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These Apple Fritter Scones Are To Die For!
I have only three words to say about these apple fritter scones; Oh. My. Goodness. Not only are the scones incredibly tasty, but that mouthwatering glaze takes these to a whole new level. I wouldn’t mind having these for breakfast, lunch and dessert – every single day of the week!
I haven’t always been a huge fan of scones, and that’s probably because I haven’t had much luck choosing the recipe. Everything I’ve tried has turned out rather dry and bland, but that certainly isn’t the case with these scones.
I think it must be the apple sauce that makes these so moist and delicately sweet. I would imagine using homemade apple sauce would make these even better, but I used store-bought and they still turned out heavenly.
As if that wasn’t enough there’s this stupendous maple syrup glaze with a touch of bourbon… Now, I don’t like bourbon at all but apparently the combination of these two has just become my new favorite! Sooo yummy!
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Quick Tip: Adjust the maple syrup/bourbon ratio to your taste.