Last week I got a cold and, as usual, my taste buds went into hibernation. It wasn’t until Sunday that I finally felt confidant that anything I created in my kitchen wouldn’t be some strange disaster of salt and too many eggs. I went into my kitchen and stared at my pantry for a good 30 minuted before I decided to try to adapt one of my all time favorite scone recipes. This is the recipe that won the the heart of my Mother-in-law. Actually, I’ve the saying “The stomach is the way to a man’s heart” pretty much applies to anyone. If you cook them a good meal, they can’t help but think kind thoughts about you.
This is so simple but tasty and seriously pretty darn close to the original. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
In your food processor, add the liquid ingredients and pulse for 30 seconds to combine.
Shift in the dry ingredients and pulse until you have dough.
Take the dough and roll out into a cirlce that is 1/2 thick.
Cut the dough into triangle pieces and place on baking sheet lined with a silpat.
Turn on your oven and set it to 350. Set the baking sheet inside and bake for 20 - 23 minutes. Remove and set aside.
To make the sauce, in a sauce pan over medium heat add the honey, butter and orange juice and cook for 3 - minutes.
Brush the tops of the scone withe butter and enjoy!
© 2011-2014, A Girl Worth Saving. Feel free to pin my posts but do not repost my full recipe on your blog, Tumblr, or any other website.