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Spiced Banana Bread Scones

Spiced Banana Bread Scones

Combine the bananas with enough milk to take the combined measurement up to 1 cup. Stir in the yogurt.

In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon. Work the butter into this mixture using a fork or your fingertips, until all the pieces of butter are smaller than a pea.

Pour the banana-yogurt mix into the flour and stir just enough so that all the flour is incorporated. Fold in the walnuts.

Line a dinner plate with a piece of wax paper, and turn the dough out on to it. Pat the dough into a 1-inch thick disk, and cover with another piece of wax paper. Freeze the dough for 30 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.

Peel off the top layer of wax paper and invert the dough onto a parchment-lined baking sheet. Peel off the second layer of wax paper. Slice the scones into 8 wedges, and pull them apart a little to give them room to expand.

Bake for 25-30 minutes until firm to the touch and golden brown on the edges. Cool completely and cut apart any scones that have joined together.


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!


MAPLE GLAZED BANANA BREAD SCONES

Today let’s make Banana Bread Scones! These scones are light and raised high and infused with a delicate banana flavor. And they are topped off with a silky maple glaze! Instead of making banana bread when you have overly ripe bananas try making scones. You will love them!

This is the most delicious banana recipe! Actually, if you have just one large banana you can make these scrumptious scones!

But before I go any further, I have a fun surprise for you!

Today, I’m partnering up with my friend Ann at On Sutton Place so you can enjoy two beautiful scone recipes! She is also sharing a scone recipe today.

Ann is a fabulous cook and a master baker!

See her delicious Cherry Almond Scone recipe at the end of this post.

But lets’ make Banana Bread Scones first!

If you are like me I seem to always have one or two bananas that don’t get eaten soon enough and get overly ripe! And I’m not a fan of too ripe bananas!

But I am big fan of scones!

When I was a young girl growing up in Scotland and England I loved scones!

They were pretty dense and I remember they had currants. And we had them for tea with clotted cream and jam! We always had tea with scones. Oh, what a lovely memory!

We even made them in school once.

But there is a big difference between the scones from Scotland and England that I ate as a girl and the scones we make in America. And that difference is butter! American scones are baked with a lot more butter!