Caramel Apple Scones
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min. + cooling
I made this recipe just this morning. I have to agree with the last reviewer, my dough was very wet and sticky. I ended up baking it anyway, just like that, formed into a round circle with parchment paper lining. I baked for 20 minutes when it was hard enough to cut into triangles. I cut it, separated, then baked 4 more minutes. It didn’t come out like the dry consistency of a scone, it was softer like cake but it was a actually really good! I was so surprised! I drizzled it with the Carmel sauce and it gave it enough sweetness. I was also surprised there was no cinnamon in the recipe so I may add that next time. I also used a Granny Smith apple so I did taste the apple which was good. My husband loved it so I’ll be making it again.
This was so wet and sticky that I had to add a lot of flour when kneading the dough that the apple flavor was lost. It also made them thicker and more biscuit-like I'll not make this again.
I added cinnamon (about 3/4 tsp) to the dry ingredients, which kicked the flavor up a notch and really compliments the apples. Also did not measure the apples, just used one medium sized apple, peeled and grated. Good recipe!
They were very good except I couldn't taste the apple/caramel very well. I would add more flavor
Lovely! Also good without the caramel drizzle.