Saturday, August 29, 2009

Quick Scones

I claim no responsibility for these. So when you make them and want to eat them all at once, its not my fault.


It is all her fault. Her being Jacqueline from Sweet Beet and Green Bean. The delicious offender? Apricot Scones.



Scones are one of my favorite things, but they always seem to come out better when other people make them. I actually tried to make some recently and just threw them out before they even got baked (I will not name the source). These were amazing. Just totally amazing. They were just solid enough so that you could cut them into triangles, and they baked up light with a crispy exterior. Plus, the apricots are perfect.



I got mine from the farmer’s market.



I don’t think I ever would have thought to make scones with apricots in them, but they were the perfect amount of sweetness and chewiness. I did use whole wheat and spelt flour instead of the unbleached flour listed in her recipe posted above.


Makes 10

Nutrition Information: 179.3 Calories; 8.2g Total Fat; 2.1g Saturated Fat; 0.0mg Cholesterol; 25.7g Carbohydrates; 3.4g Fiber; 4.1g Protein


That’s it. Probably the shortest post I’ve ever done because I want to save you time so that you can go make some scones. Also, if you have some time on your hands, I’ve made her omelets before, and they’re really good too!


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8 comments:

  1. Yum! Super recipe. I never would have thought to use apricots either, but I like uniqueness so these are perfect! Especially when they are fresh from the farmer's market.

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  2. Apricot scones sound so wonderful! A perfect afternoon treat.

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  3. these do look fantastic, especially with your description ;)

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  4. Oh, these look fantastic! What a fun combination of two fabulous foods!

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  5. Just love scones. I never made them with apricots before. That will be the thing next time.

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  6. Gauri Radha गौरी राधाMay 6, 2011 at 11:17 PM

    Oh apricot scones sound perfect right now! Those look great.

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