Recipe by The Quaker Oats Company
"A cinnamon-pecan swirl and creamy glaze imparts the flavors of a bake-shop cinnamon bun to these easy-to-make oat scones."
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Quaker® Oats (Quick or Old Fashioned, uncooked)
butter or margarine, chilled and cut into pieces
whole or 2% milk
egg, lightly beaten
toasted, chopped pecans
orange juice or milk, or as needed
We Just Love scones and oatmeal always adds nice flavour. Especially nice these fall days ahead. A hot pot of tea along with it sounds just right.(Or Coffee if you favor, :O)
These weren't the best scones I've had but they were really easy to make, and they were good. I'll probably make them again.
Wonderful recipe! Definately will make this again. The taste and texture was excellent and very easy. The only thing I did different was I used self rising flour and omited the baking powder and I patted the dough into a 7" round circle and cut into 8 wedges. Very Very good :)
Excellent. Very tasty, moist and delicious. Easy to put together. There is one glitch in the recipe. In the directions section combining ingredients, it reads ...1/4 cup sugar, that should read 1/2 cup. Otherwise you end up with a 1/4 cup left over. Also, I found it impossible to get them all on one sheet, I needed two.
I have made these scones many times over the last several years. The only time they didn't turn out well was when I tried to make them as mini scones, freezing them to bake later. However, that is my fault, not the recipes. One note though- several reviewers have referred to these scones as healthy. Look at the nutrition information: Scones are basically sweetened biscuits. If you make 12 scones as the recipe indicates, each contains 292 calories and 12.8 grams of fat. These are wonderful for an occasional treat; they are not health food.
I am not a very good pastry cook, but these came out wonderful. I used a metal potato masher to mix the butter with the dry ingredients and it worked pretty well. I also added a little vanilla to the glaze... I love vanilla.
these were very tasty, plus felt a little healthier/heartier because they contain oatmeal. I will make these again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cinnamon Bun Scones
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 116
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