Gluten Free Apple Pie Scones

Recipes, Scones

  1. Dawn says:

    In northern England, where I am from, what you are calling scones, we call Rocks. A scone is made by rolling out the dough & using a deep cookie or scone cutter to cut out the shapes. After baking, we wrap the scones in a clean tea towel so the moisture stays in & doesn’t dry out the scones.

    Your addition of glaze would be put on rocks but not scones. Also, scones are often savory rather than sweet and in recent years have become more experimental or creative, with mixed results.

    Americans have fallen in love with Rocks but call them scones for some reason, perhaps because The name, Rocks, is not so appealing?

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