Triple Cinnamon Scones
This triple cinnamon scones recipe has three layers of cinnamon with a cinnamon glaze you will love. You can make this fun and easy baking recipe ahead of time and freeze to enjoy later. Always wait until the day you are going to serve them to glaze. This simple baking recipe has step by step photo instructions to walk you through the recipe process. You don't need any special tools to make this simple baking recipe for triple cinnamon scones, just a baking sheet. The recipe has three steps to include the scone recipe, filling and cinnamon glaze. The scone recipe has cinnamon chips for full cinnamon flavor, while the filling and glaze have ground cinnamon to make this the perfect recipe to enjoy in the morning or for an afternoon snack. This is sure to be one of the best baking recipes you try. This recipe makes about 24 mini scones, the perfect size for little hands and adults alike. It may seem like a lot of steps when you look at the recipe, but after you make it once you are sure to try it again. The total preparation and cooking time for these triple cinnamon scones is only about one hour and seven minutes.
Using cinnamon in this simple baking recipe idea will fill your house with the lovely aroma of baking. Some fun facts you might not know about cinnamon include that the spice comes from the inner bark of cinnamon trees. Cinnamon is a popular spice that can be used in both savory or sweet food recipes. Cinnamon spice is one of the oldest spices known; it was even mentioned in the Bible and used in ancient Egypt as both a beverage flavoring and medicine, along with being used as an embalming agent. Cinnamon was highly treasured and considered more precious than gold. Cinnamon bark is one of just a few spices that can be used as is. There are four varieties of cinnamon, with the most popular being Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon. In Chinese medicine, you will find cinnamon used to treat nausea, colds, diarrhea, and painful menstrual cramps. Cinnamon was used in Ancient Rome in funeral pyres. In 65 AD, the Roman emperor Nero burned a year’s supply of cinnamon at his second wife Poppaea Sabina’s funeral to show the depth of his grief. In the Middle Ages, cinnamon is a spice that was only affordable to the wealthy elite of society. A person’s social rank could be determined the number of spices they could afford. In two teaspoons of ground cinnamon, there are about 12 calories.
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Nutrition Facts for: Triple Cinnamon Scones From Lady Behind the Curtain
Ingredients: Half and half cream, cinnamon chips, all-purpose flour granulated sugar, baking powder, salt, butter, eggs, vanilla extract, light brown sugar, ground cinnamon, confectioners' sugar.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 24 servings * Per Serving:Calories 249, Calories from Fat 88, Total Fat 9.8g 15%, Saturated Fat 6.1g 31%, Cholesterol 36mg 12%, Sodium 135mg 6%, Potassium 132mg 4%, Carbohydrates 38.5g 13%, Dietary Fiber 1.0g 4%, Sugars 25.6g, Protein 2.9g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 7%, Iron 6%
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