What's not to love about Pinterest, right?! I mean, seriously, what did we DO before Pinterest?! We had to buy cookbooks (which I still still absolutely adore) but we were so lost out there on our own...stranded in the darkness... thank GOODNESS for Pinterest is all I can say. And thanks to Pinterest, I found the cutest food blog, Little Dairy on the Prairie, which is loaded full of recipes and other fun things.
Being that we LOVE breakfast at my house, I saw this recipe and knew we had to try it. Of course, it was a huge hit, the whole family loved it, and paired with some eggs or a protein source, it made a fun addition to a busy school morning breakfast! I made it the night before, super quick & easy, and for me it tasted better the next day warmed up a little.
It's part biscuit, part cake, super moist, and SO incredibly delicious!
original recipe here
Raspberry White Chocolate Scones
(I doubled the original recipe so that I would have leftovers, so this version is DOUBLED already)
4 c. unbleached all-purpose flower
1/2 c. granulated sugar
4 tsp. baking powder
1 1/2 tsp. salt
12 Tbsp. butter, diced
1 c. half and half (plus a little more if you need)
2 tsp. vanilla
1 1/2 c. fresh raspberries
1 c. Ghirardelli's white chocolate chips (they just taste so much better than most)
coarse sugar for sprinkling on top
2 c. powdered sugar
about 3 Tbsp. canned milk (or whatever milk you have, whipping cream would work, too)
Wash raspberries and set in a single layer on a plate or sheet. Freeze while preparing the rest of the recipe. Keep butter in the fridge until needed, as well. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, set aside.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a food processor, add flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Pulse until combined. Add butter and pulse until pea sized crumbs start to form. Add half and half and vanilla. Pulse only until the dough starts to come together. Add extra half and half if mixture is too crumbly.
Remove dough onto a piece of parchment paper. Gently incorporate the raspberries and chocolate chips into the dough without handing it too much. It's okay if the dough gets a little sticky from the moisture in the berries. Just press everything in together gently until it's evenly distributed.
Place the dough onto the baking sheet lined with parchment paper, form into a round disk, about an inch thick. Sprinkle the coarse sugar all over and cut dough into 16 wedges.
Bake for 20-25 minutes. Make the glaze by combining all ingredients until you reach the desired consistency you want. For thick glaze, add less milk; for thinner glaze, add more milk. If you get it too thin, just at some more powdered sugar. I have found that my favorite glazes ever are made with heavy cream, but these scones are rich enough without it, so it's up to you on what you would like.
Glaze the scones when they are warm but not too hot.