It has been so cold this past week! Today is the first day it has been above freezing. Whenever it is this cold outside, I instantly crave comfort food. I have been so busy with school projects and applying for internships, that I have barely had time to breathe, let alone bake.
I was really dying for some scones the other day, so I made these. They are so good, and a very creative take on the typical scone. They are a sweet and savory scone. The bacon is obviously salty, whereas the maple glaze is very sweet. Together, they taste like an all American brunch. I hope you like them as much as I did. They would make a perfect brunch treat for Thanksgiving or Christmas.
the ingredients together. Blend until it becomes a crumbly mixture.
cream if the mixture is too crumbly)
or scone pan (available on kingarthur.com). Bake for 18-20 minutes.
maple flavoring, and heavy cream. Add more heavy cream to reach the
desired consistency. It should be thick, yet pourable.