It's a good thing this recipe only makes two scones because if it made any more than that I would be in deep, deep trouble! These are fabulous! I found the recipe over on a page called Dessert for Two and it looked like it would be somethine we might enjoy and so I went for it!
On looking a bit closer at the recipe I could see that it was a riff on a delicious scone recipe from Wolfgang Puck, albeit of a much smaller quantity and with a Maple Glaze added. There really IS nothing new under the sun, only new ways of doing things!
I didn't do anything different, I just made them and baked them and then we devoured them. I have done the hard work of converting the measurements to UK measurements and that is how I made them, using UK measurements, so that I could be sure that they worked, and they did. So that was my addition to the recipe.
You really have to bake these. They are quite simply amazingly fabulous. You can thank me later. ;-)
*Small Batch Maple Glazed Black Pepper Scones*Makes 2 very large scones
Mmmm . . . gorgeous served warm, and pretty damn good served cold. These babies are huge so Todd and I shared one the first day and then had the second one the day after cold. Scrumdiddlyumptious!