Sunday, March 25, 2012

Snow Scones

Like I told you before that we have amazing foods that I like to share that you'd love to try. This is a dessert that you might've not heard before. Snow Scones. I thought of this idea myself. Snow Scones are kind of like a sundae with scones in it It's really a fun treat. My mom likes chopped nuts on her snow scone. If you would like to, you can try the recipe on here.

frozen roll dough
cooking oil
vanilla ice cream
chocolate syrup
strawberry jam
nuts – other sundae toppings

 Thaw out the roll dough by placing it on cookie sheets and covering with plastic wrap. Make sure you use some cooking spray on the sheets and wrap so they don’t stick to the dough. When the dough is completely thawed but not yet begun to rise, heat your cooking oil. You can do this in a frying pan but it must be at least an inch deep. We use a deep fryer, but either way will work.

Pull the dough flat with your fingers, trying not to rip it. It needs to be about ¼" thick. Then drop it in the hot oil. When the edges start to brown, flip it over. When it is a beautiful brown color, pull it out and let it drain on paper towels.
Then build yourself a sundae on the top of the scone. For the kids I tear the scones up just to make them easier to eat, but if you want pretty, do it like the one in the picture. Enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Oh, yummy!! I'll have to look for some frozen roll dough at the grocery store. I'll just bet that if it was coated with sugar and cinnamon, it would be just like going to the fair!! Have a great week at school, Nate!!


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