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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Petite Vanilla Bean Scones (like Starbucks)

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11 comments:

Kylie said...

I made these today and they are so nice! I've never had the Starbucks version before, but I'm 100% sure they can't be better. These are super easy (especially since there is no cutting in butter!) and definitely please a crowd. They're also the perfect size for the amount of sweetness they pack. To get the little bit of vanilla scraps for the glaze I put the 4 tbsp. of milk and the cleaned out vanilla bean halves in a small container with a lid and let it sit in the fridge until it was glazing time so any bits left would come out. I think these would be an excellent addition to a holiday treat plate with festive icing!

Shannon said...

Kylie, thank you so much for the nice comment. I am so glad you like these, that is a great idea about decorating them for the holidays.

mamasonshine said...

my son calls them baby scones, or baby banilla scones.
I too had the same thought, about making them at home, just yesterday.
Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

Shannon said...

Mamasonshine- Hope they turn out as well for you as they did for me. :) I love your blog, will totally be using your Build-a-Bear pacifier trick with my son. :)

Anonymous said...

Loved this recipe! Turned out much better than the dried out ones from Starbucks! Moist and delicious! Bought vanilla bean paste the other day.. Can't wait to substitute the vanilla extract for that! :) Thanks for the recipe!

Shannon said...

Do glad you liked them. I agree, they are much Bette than Starbucks! Love the vanilla bean paste idea. Thanks for visiting!

mamasonshine said...

Thanks Shannon!
I let my son help shape them, so they didn't turn out quite so nice looking, but he did love them.
I only baked about half the recipe and then saved the rest for later in the week. Worked great. :)

Shannon said...

Mamasonshine, so much fun to cook with the kiddos in the kithen! I am glad you enjoyed these. Thanks for the comment and for visiting.

Silence M. King said...

These were fantastic! I ended up halving the glaze, and it still seemed like it was a lot.

I had always read that butter had to be kept cold, cold, cold when making scones, so I was curious how these would turn out. They were absolutely delicious, and I'm about to make my 2nd batch right now.

Shannon said...

Thus is my first scone recipe without cold butter as well! I'm so glad you enjoyed them as much as I do, thanks for the comment and for visiting!

Shannon said...

Thus is my first scone recipe without cold butter as well! I'm so glad you enjoyed them as much as I do, thanks for the comment and for visiting!

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