German Scones with Cinnamon Honey Butter


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Now on to the recipe. I have been on the hunt for a scone recipe. I really want one that is similar to what you find at a restaurant here called Chuck-A-Rama. I found this version on Cafe Zupas blog, which also has restaurants here. I have been there before and it was fabulous. These scones turned out wonderful. They aren’t exactly like the ones at Chuck-A-Rama. For those of you that know the fast food restaurant called Sconecutter, these are very similar in texture to their scones. I also love the scones at Sconecutter. My favorite is with cinnamon honey butter. So with the cinnamon honey butter recipe that was included with the scone recipe, you have a very good copy cat recipe of that version from Sconecutter. This dough was easy too make and I loved that the dough went into the fridge until you were ready to use it. I made this in the morning and at dinner time I just rolled out the dough and fried them up. It would be great to make the night and then it would be ready for you in the morning and would make a fabulous breakfast. This dough was very easy to handle too. I must tell you it made a ton. I think it was around 24 scones. Definitely a keeper. It got thumbs up all round with my family.


German Scones
 
Ingredients
  • 2 packages dry yeast
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • ½ cup butter
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 4½ cups flour
Instructions
  1. Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add the 1 tablespoon of sugar; set aside.Pour the boiling water over the remaining ½ cup sugar, the butter, and the salt. Add the eggs, mix well. Add in the yeast mixture and 2 cups of the flour. Beat with a mixer until smooth. Add the remaining 2½ cups flour and mix in.
  2. Let this rise for 1 hour (I just kept it in the mixing bowl) and then refrigerate until cold.
  3. Roll out very thin (about ¼ inch) on a floured surface, and cut into 3 inch squares. Fry in hot oil until brown, then flip and fry until both sides are browned and puffy.Serve with butter and honey, cinnamon honey butter, jam, or coat them with granulated sugar.
Cinnamon Honey Butter
 
Ingredients
  • ½ cup butter
  • ¼ cup honey
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients and whip with mixer until light and fluffy.
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21 comments on “German Scones with Cinnamon Honey Butter

  • Quick question about the Cinnamon Honey Butter~ do you recommend using salted or unsalted butter…?

  • I have made these so many times my family loves them. We recently switched diets and we no longer eat eggs and butter. But I have been craving scones and Navajo Tacos so I made this with a few adjustments and it still tasted wonderful. I use a little applesauce to replace the butter and then egg replacer to replace the egg. We also used half wheat flour.

  • Good stuff! I travelled to England this summer and had my first ever afternoon tea with scones , and it was absolutely delicious I figured I’d try make my own last week. I might have broken a few rules though – I found a internet site of random scone recipes here and made 6 different types! My friends were so happy when I brought them round for tea and scones. Lots of fun!

  • I made these today! My kids and I just got done sampling them, actually and I have to say..what a tasty tasty treat! I can’t wait to try out more of your recipes!

  • Patti, on those scones I didn’t punch the dough down. I just left it as is and just rolled it out.

  • Do you punch the dough down after it has risen before you refrigerate it or just pop it in while it’s puffy? My adult daughter was just craving scones the other day…

  • We tried these scones last night and they were a huge hit with my family, my 3 year old who only wants hot dogs and mac n' cheese gobbled these down and my husband ate FOUR! My 8 yr old & 19 month old aren't such picky eaters but they loved them too. Thanks so much for the great recipes

  • Your new blog look is simply adorable! Love it!

  • We love the scones at Chuck-a-Rama, thanks for the recipe! I’ve followed your blog for a couple months now and I just love it. I have just left you an award on my blog:
    http://karaskitchencreations.blogspot.com/

    Thanks for all the great family friendly recipes!!

  • Yummy!! I love honey butter. I also love the new look of your blog!! :)

    http://day2daywithhollyj.blogspot.com

  • I have to say your food looks delicious lol.. also wanted to add that my daughter alana is 6 1/2 and has autism and turner syndrome. :-). Are you aware of the turner parents group on yahoo?

  • Yum!! We call this fry bread at our house! Looks SO good!! We serve ours with honey butter or taco fixings on top! I can’t wait to try your cinnamon honey butter next time we make them!

  • They look so yummy! I have accidentaly found your blog about a week ago. I made your creamy ranch chicken and absolutely LOVED it! I also like the descriptions and stories you write with each recipe. Keep up the good work! I am excited to try many more of your recipes!

  • I soooo have been craving scones. Thank you for the recipe. I will be trying these ummmm…today!!!

  • Oh yum, that looks so good!

  • I enjoyed checking out your blog today. I came from the Tribune article. I’m going to put you on my blogs to follow list.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe! We are huge scone lovers. So I’m going to try it this weekend. We also love the scones from One Man Band and Johanna’s kitchen.

  • What a treat!! These look so good!!

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