Monday, November 16, 2020

Maple Walnut Scones

How about a maple walnut scone and a cup of maple tea today?  My leopard print pumpkin was mod podged my me several years ago, by using leopard print tissue paper.  It looks pretty with my quilt-as-you-go minky throw that I made about 10 years ago.  It was a fun project, and was pre-cut in fabrics that I chose. 



The little cottage girl teapot was one that my mom gave me, and she had found it at a thrift store. Isn't it sweet?  It's elevated on a teacup and saucer.  The maple tea was given to me from a friend, who visited Canada (before Covid-19!!).


This is a Johnson Brothers Olde English Countryside teacup.



This pretty brown transferware plate is called Harvest, by Clarice.


My grandson, Riley, turned 17, and completed three birthdays in one week of grandchildren!

 
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Author: Kitty, but recipe is adapted from King Arthur Flour
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Maple Walnut Scones

Maple Walnut Scones

The original recipe made 24 mini scones or 12 large. I cut the recipe in half.

Ingredients

  • For the Scones:
  • 1 and 3/4 cups flour
  • heaping 1/3 cup toasted walnuts, chopped finely (save some extra for garnishing)
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/3 cup butter (I used salted), cold, and cut into pats
  • 1/2 cup cold milk
  • 2 and 1/2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla (maple flavoring would be good, but I didn't have any)
  • For the glaze:
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1/8 teaspoon vanilla (or maple flavoring)

Instructions

Notes:

I like to freeze the unbaked scones and then pull out what I need and bake them fresh. You may allow a few extra minutes of baking time, if needed.

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23 comments:

  1. Why yes, Kitty, a maple walnut scone and a cup of maple tea would go down very well, thank you. Such a pretty teacup and plate and the teapot that your dear mum gifted you is very sweet. Love the pumpkin, and the throw looks lovely and warm and cosy.

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  2. Wow, Kitty- you sure get a nice rise on your scones. They're gorgeous. Your tea setting is wonderful - well put together. And you are so talented making quilts, baking, hodge-podging (is that how we're supposed to say that? haha)

    Happy bday to your grandson and all those who celebrated so close together. Our big month was December. Groan. What a month back in the day!

    Have a fabulous week. Hugs.

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  3. I love the leopard print pumpkin and blanket! During one of my pandemic stress-induced online shopping, I ordered a leopard print sherpa hoodie. It's so warm and comfy!

    What's the tea company of the maple tea? I'm embarrassed to admit that I haven't even broken the seal of the maple tea that was part of my fall tea hauls. You know you have too many teas when...

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  4. Kitty, Your walnut scones looks delicious and I would love to join you for one and a cup of tea! I love your sweet teapot gifted by your mom along with your pretty brown transferware. I'm wild about your quilted throw and leopard pumpkin too! I can't believe how grown up Riley is! ♥

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  5. I'll be right over! Maple Walnut Scones sound like such a delicious treat. Happy Birthday to Riley!

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  6. I like the pumpkin and the blanket you made. The scones sound wonderful. So many birthday celebrations. Thanks for the recipe Kitty and enjoy the week.

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  7. Your scones sound great Kitty and I know I'd love the maple glaze:@)

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  8. Oh Kitty - your scones are beautiful! I can almost smell them. Love all the photos! Everyone that knows me knows I'm wild about jungle prints! =) I just stopped at a local maple syrup 'shack' this week and bought some local honey too. What a treat - such great health benefits too. Thanks much for sharing. What a birthday week your family had - I'm sure that's tons of fun for the birthday folks. =)

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  9. Maple walnut scones are some of my very favorites. Your recipe and mine are almost the very same. I always enjoy seeing the beautiful dishes and tea pots and tea cups that you feature. These are so November. Riley is one handsome kid. Hope his birthday was a happy one.

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  10. Humm,delicious recipe!Happy Birthday to Riley!Love that sweet teapot.Wonderful teaset too!Hugs,dear Kitty!I think Riley has your smile!

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  11. Those scones look delicious! My son just started baking scones a year or two ago and I was so surprised to find that I actually liked them; I always thought scones were dry and tasteless but fresh, real scones are amazing. Pinned.

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  12. Oh Yum! Those Maple Walnut Scones look so delicious :)

    Belated birthday wishes to Riley.

    All the best Jan

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  13. Happy Birthday to your handsome grandson, Kitty! They grow up so fast....Love your leopard pumpkin and quilt and that little teapot is just precious. Maple scones sound wonderful on the cold, rainy days we are having here. Sending hugs xo K

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  14. Happy Birthday to your handsome grandboy! He is really a cute guy! Those scones sound amazing!!!! xo Diana

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  15. Hi Kitty,

    You sure are talented with your quilting, my friend! :) Your little cottage teapot is so cute and I love, love that Johnson Brothers teacup and saucer. You know I'm all about the transferware! Your scones look absolutely delicious. As always, thank you for sharing the recipe, and I'm going to pin this right now. Happy Birthday to your handsome grandson, Riley.

    Warm hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  16. Kitty, thanks for the recipe. Sounds delicious! Your pumpkin is perfect w/ the quilt.
    Happy Birthday to the grands!

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  17. The scones look delicious. I have never made scones. I love the flavor. Such a pretty teapot and cup. Gotta love your leopard pumpkins, one of my favorite prints. Happy birthday to all of your sweet grands.

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  18. I've never tried making scones, and come to think of it, I don't know that I have ever eaten one, either! LOL! I need to try them to see if I like them, I suppose. I love your pretty handiwork in the pumpkin and quilt. God has blessed you so many talents. May He continue to keep you safe and health in these crazy times.

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  19. Such a lovely table Kitty. Your recipe for scones sounds delicious, wish I had one now with my coffee. Wow, you had a busy birthday week for grands..........Happy Thanksgiving!

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  20. Lovely photos, these do sound good :)

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  21. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday, 511. We will be live for our special Thanksgiving Edition on Tuesday this week, be sure and stop by! Hope you have a very special Thanksgiving!
    Miz Helen

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  22. I wish I could join you in a scone and some tea, Kitty! Your scones look so delicious and your sweet teapot and brown transferware is perfect for the season. Wow, that's a lot of birthdays, they do seem to run around the same couple of dates in our family also :) I must be a heredity thing. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Kitty! ♥

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