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My "Starbucks Inspired" Vanilla Bean Scones

Hello Everyone!!!
I'm in love with Starbucks Vanilla Bean Scones..
Everytime I'm at Starbucks, I make it a point to buy their tasty scones, but they can be a little pricey. 
So I did my research on the YT and other blogs and found an easy recipe from The Pioneer Woman. Rea, does it again and knocks it out the park with this one.

Don't they look delicious and they taste even better.

The ingredients you'll need:
3 Cups of flour
2/3 Cups of Sugar
5 teaspoons of Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon Salt
2 Sticks of Butter Really Cold Almost Frozen (I used Margarine)
1 Egg (Room Temp)

5 Cups of Powdered Sugar
1/2 Cup of Whole Milk
1/2 Tablespoon of Vanilla
Dash of Cinnamon

Preheat oven 350 degrees..
In a separate bowl combine 3/4 cup of Heavy Whipping Cream, 1 tablespoon of Vanilla and 1/2 teaspoon of Cinnamon. Let set aside and marinate until needed.

Close View on the Vanilla Cream

In your mixer or bowl mix all dry ingredients.

Cut the cold butter up.

Add into the dry ingredients

Mix until it looks like corn meal.. 

Just like the bottom picture

Now add the room temp egg into the Vanilla Cream

Add to mixture

Quickly mix ingredients together.
Mix about 10 times then stop it.

It should looks like this.. 
Crumbs, flour and all

Place on counter and form into a ball.

Take rolling pin and roll out dough

You should get 24 scones out of the recipe.
I did!!

Put on cookie sheet and bake for 18 minutes or until just before they start to turn golden brown..

Take them out and let cool for about 15 mins..
Then glaze then and let them dry for about and hour.
They're so soft and chewy

I've made these 3 times and each time they come out better and better.

Please try these and let me know what you think about it..
Feel free to ask questions or comments below.

Until Next Time..
Bake It Chic.... 


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