Bacon Scallion Scones
Add cubes of butter and mix on low speed until the mixture is crumbly and the butter pieces are the size of small peas. (Alternatively, this can be done in a food processor, which is what I used. Once the butter was pea sized, I transferred the mixture to my stand mixer bowl. Or, you can use a pastry knife to cut the butter into the flour).Mix in the green onions and bacon. Mix on slow until just combined.
**Just using ONE kind of cheese?
If you are going to use just one of the cheeses, then this is the point where you would add the cheese and mix until just combined. Add the cream and mix until combined, then mix with your hands until it forms a ball. If dough is still too dry, add an additional 1-2 tbsp of cream at a time, until dough can be formed into a ball.
***Using TWO kinds of cheese?
If your going to split the recipe like I did, then measure out the flour mixture 1/2 cup at a time until you have an equal amount in two separate bowls. Add feta cheese to one bowl, and cheddar in the other. Start with one of the bowls, return the mixture to the stand mixer, and add 1/2 cup cream until just combined, then mix with your hand until it forms a ball. If dough is still too dry, add an additional 1-2 tbsp of cream at a time until dough can be formed into a ball. Repeat this with the other cheese mixture.
Transfer dough to a lightly floured surface and pat the dough into an 8 inch disk. You can slice the dough into 8-10 wedges, or use a round cookie cutter and cut the dough into circles. Transfer scones to a baking sheet lined with parchment.
Bake for 18-20 minutes, or until golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
Recipe adapted from Annie’s Eats and What’s Megan Making?
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Is there anything better in life than a scone? Yes, two scones!!
I want to give these a try and fill them full of cream cheese.
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thanks for sharing.