Thursday, March 1, 2012

Nutella Scones - Club Baked

I love nutella! The combination of chocolate and hazelnuts is so rich and delicious! This recipe combines chocolate scones with a nutella filling. I love the way the Baked bakers instruct you to make the scones. You make a square, fold them and then cut them in triangles. So much easier than the ways I have formed scones in the past.

My scones were a little dry. I think I overbaked them just slightly. I am still trying to get baking right in my new convection oven. I also think they needed more nutella in the middle. All in all I was a little disappointed.



If you'd like to give these a try, you can find the recipe at the PhDcupcaker. Check out the other Club Baked baker's scones here!

I am linking this to Miz Helen's Full plate Thursday, Foodie Friday and Sweet Tooth Friday.

18 comments:

  1. Nutella fiend - right here. These are a need-to-try!

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  2. Julie - These look good, even if you thought they were a little dry. This was my first attempt at scones. It wasn't as difficult as I thought it would be. I agree that they could have used even more Nutella. They weren't sweet enough for me. Also, I noticed that you are in Omaha, NE. We are moving to Lincoln, NE this summer!

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  3. I thought they were a little dry also. I think another fold and a second layer of Nutella would have been nice to add moisture. But I was afraid to over work the dough.

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  4. Definitely need more nutella in the middle but mine didnt come out so dry. Yours look great.

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  5. You might be disappointed, but the photos look yummy enough to me!

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  6. Too bad they were disappointing, they look great. I'd love the flavor of the nutella in a scone!

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  7. I did add extra Nutella in mine. I think that may be the trick. Mine did not seem dry. They look tasty.

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  8. Great job! More Nutella could never hurt.....right?

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  9. Oh no - I liked mine! Maybe you'll like the next recipe in the book!

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  10. I wouldn't give up on the recipe. It always takes me a while to figure out a new oven. The concept sounds great!

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  11. Your scones look beautiful, and your photos are fantastic. I thought mine were a little dry also. I agree with some of the comments~more Nutella in the dough!!

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  12. I'm with you, Nutella is awesome. I thought the dough could have been a little more sweeter (even though I added extra sugar). But you slather Nutella on top of most anything and it tastes good!

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  13. Mine came out a little dry too. They still look great though :)

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  14. Mine weren't dry at all, but I pulled them out the second they were done. And I drizzled a ton of nutella on top, so that helped!

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  15. I so wanted to have time to make these - even bought the Nutella, but didn't have time. Will note adding more Nutella. How was your trip?

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  16. They do look good! I will have to get a new stove soon; a bit nervous about convection. I guess it comes with practice; still trying to decide.
    Rita

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  17. Hi Julie,
    Those Nutella Scones sure do look good. This is a great recipe. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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