Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Bacon – Apple Cheese Scones



About a week ago my husband took me to Burgerville USA for a snack; this is a 50's style fast food place we have in the Great Pacific Northwest. I go at least 3 times a year for their seasonal shakes and sweet potato fries, OMG they are to die for. Anyways I digress, for the fall season they are doing apple dishes and they had this fabulous light and fluffy bacon-apple cheese scone. We loved it so much we just had to do our best to make our own version of it, they turned out simply delish..... I will give credit where it is due because even though ours turned out great Burgerville USA still has the best in town. So if you live in the Pacific Northwest and want the best fall inspired fall snack then you must go to Burgerville for the bacon-apple cheese scone and a pumpkin shake on the side, YUMM-O!!!





1 – 18 oz. Box - Fisher Fair Scone Mix
¾ C. - Water
1 C. - Shredded Cheddar Cheese (fine shred)
1 – 13 oz. Jar - Apple Cinnamon Jelly (Cost Plus World Market)
6 Slices - Bacon (diced & cooked but not crisp)
½ Stick - Melted Butter
¼ C. - Cinnamon Sugar Mix


In a bowl combine the scone mix, water, cheese, bacon and jelly. Stir with a fork until well mixed. Place parchment paper onto baking sheets and using an ice-cream scoop place the batter onto the baking sheets about 2 inches apart. Top with the melted butter and bake in a 400 degree oven for 10 minutes, take the pan out of the oven and apply little more butter on each scone and sprinkle each with some of the cinnamon sugar mixture and finish baking for another 5 minutes. Let cool and enjoy a very flavorful, light & fluffy scone.


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18 comments:

Selba said...

Wow! Looks so yummy.... never ever tried bacon with apple cheese scones.

Melody said...

Burgerville is the BEST! I miss their shakes and vidalia onion rings. What a cool concept of apple bacon scones. Yum-o indeed!

Donna-FFW said...

Oh an apple cheese scone sounds delightful, and a pumpkin shake to boot, how I wish there was a burgerville in NJ!!

Coleen's Recipes said...

I've never heard of burgerville, but these scones sound excellent.

Ginger said...

I want to go to Burgerville!!! The scones look so unique and YUMMY!!

Susan @ SGCC said...

Burgerville sounds great, as do these scones. I've made them with cheddar and apple, but never tried bacon. I'll bet they're awesome!

the ungourmet said...

What a fun blog you have over here! I love these scones, they are packed full of yummy stuff and I like that they are easy to make! :D

Grace said...

well, this is terrific. apple jelly is something i can eat with a spoon by the jarful, and i kid you not. involving it in a breakfast pastry with bacon is simply fantastic!

teresa said...

i wish we had a burgerville, it sounds awesome, as do these scones!

bsg said...

It has to be Tillamook cheddar cheese! Burgerville is famous for local sourcing of their ingredients and uses Tillamook all the time. Thanks for going to the trouble to duplicate this. I love Burgerville!! When I was a kid they had the BEST EVER broasted chicken....yummmmmy.

3 hungry tummies said...

what a combination, must try!!!

5 Star Foodie said...

I'm loving the sweet & savory flavors of these delicious scones!

Julie said...

I'll bet that's a fabulous combo! I love sweet with bacon...yum!

Cathy said...

Lucky me - there is a Burgerville 5 minutes from my house. They're sweet potatoe fries are delish. Great onion rings too. Love the flavors in these scones.

Happy Halloween Marybeth.

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Gabe's Girl said...

OMG, these look amazing!

Katherine Aucoin said...

Oh my, you had me at bacon, i have to try this!

Elizabeth said...

What a perfect ingredient combination for scones!

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