Delicious warmed with butter! I used half whole wheat flour and skim milk, and they turned out great. Thanks!
I replaced 1/2 cup of the flour with oatmeal, and added a few dashes of cinnamon and a bit of nutmeg. Delicious with milky coffee for breakfast on a snowy morning!
I followed previous suggestions and used a cup or so of diced apples, added 2t. of pumpkin pie spice and also subbed half heavy cream and half apple cider for the milk. So flavorful and yummy! Perfect fall weather breakfast!
thanx so much!! i luv this
I made these using 1 c. of apple or a little more. I added about 2 T. cinnamon in with the batter, and sprinkled some on top with the sugar too. These were great scones! Potzi
This was my first attempt at scones. They came out great, I won't hesitate to try them again. I used one whole apple, nearly a cup, otherwise stuck to the recipe. Thanks, Amanda2.
I changed the recipe a little by adding 2 large apples 2 tsp. of cinnamon (in the scones) and 1/2 c. sugar. I also added 1 c. walnuts for a nice crunch. For the topping I made a cinnamon and sugar glaze and they came out wonderful!
I used carrots for 1/4 of the apples. I found these to be tough. REALLY sticky.. ok flavor. kids ate them, but we were very hungry. seemed to be too wet.
scones have nice texture but i agree with others that they could use more apple flavor. i added a full cup of shredded apples as others suggested, but feel a bit more could be used. i am thinking next time i might also add a splash of apple juice to help boost the flavor. i made these as a vegan recipe, substituting vegan butter and soymilk for their dairy equivalents.
Yeah, I agree these were good probably the same day they were made. I only had a piece left over the next day and it wasn't as good as the same day it was made. Still very good though and easy to make.