Apple Pie Scones:  yields 1 dozen small pcs

2 cups                all purpose flour

3 1/2 tsp             baking powder

1/2 tsp                cinnamon

3/4 tsp                salt

1/3 cup               sugar

6 TB/90 ml          cold butter, diced

1/4 cup               milk

1/2 cup               yogurt

1                          egg

1/2                       large apple, diced small

-Preheat your oven to 400 F.

-Whisk together the dry ingredients to incorporate, then paddle the butter into the dry ingredients with a stand mixer until they resemble small peas.

-Add the apples and mix until coated and well dispersed, then add all of the wet ingredients at once and mix until just combined.

-Roll the dough out onto a well floured surface and push any loose pieces together into a large mass with your hands.

-Press the dough down gently and begin rolling it out until it’s approximately 3/4 inch thick.

-Cut the scones into desired shapes and sizes, brush with a little cream, melted butter, or egg wash, and bake until golden.

-Cool on a wire rack until room temperature, and enjoy!

*** If you like a little icing to jazz them up.. whisk together icing sugar with a small splash of water and a squeeze of lemon juice until smooth. You can add 1 TB of water at a time until you get the consistency you prefer!


Posted by:Ashley

22 replies on “Apple Pie Scones

  1. I do not see where it says to Bake for a length of time.
    It says to Preheat Oven to 400 and then what?

    1. Hi, yes it’s a simple icing made by just mixing icing sugar with water until the desired consistency is reached. I also add a small splash of lemon juice to offset the sweetness. I will add that to my post… thank you!

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