Scones can sometimes be dry, hard and crumbly, but these scones are incredibly light, moist and delicious! It’s a good, basic recipe by Alton Brown that I found here. You can pretty much add whatever you like to it, such as dried fruits, nuts or, as I did, two handfuls of mini chocolate chips. I added the thin vanilla glaze* after they had cooled.
The recipe directs you to roll out the dough and cut into biscuit sized rounds. I used this pan, instead:
the Nordic Mini-Scone Pan. After a quick spray with Pam, I pressed the dough into each little triangle (there was enough dough for 14 scones).
Off to the oven and, 15 minutes later:
mmm….lightly golden, tasty scones. You can enjoy them just like this, or add a thin drizzle of vanilla glaze.
They’re pretty easy to make, and they’re just the right size to go along with that afternoon pick-me-up cup of coffee or tea!
*I cut this recipe in half.