Peanut butter and chocolate scones

Peanut butter and chocolate scones | http://roxanashomebaking.com/
Now don’t give me that look! I know what you’re thinking : tempting you with chocolate so early in the day. But I love you so much and I could NOT forgive myself if I keep this recipe to myself.
Despite the heaviness of the peanut putter these scones are light, fluffy with a mild peanut butter flavor. The smell coming from the oven while these scones are baking will make everyone come and see what you’re baking.
Those of you that already have breakfast can print  the recipe and make it tomorrow morning. Those who are thinking about breakfast I’m wondering why you’re not hitting the print button and run in the kitchen. You really should make these scones.
We’re talking peanut butter and chocolate here! Don’t think I have to tell you how insanely delicious these are!
I mean, com’on, look at them and tell me you don’t crave one!
Peanut butter and chocolate scones | Roxanashomebaking.com
To make these scones it’s fairly easy. All you need are a couple of ingredients (which I’m pretty sure you already have on hand) a food processor (makes your work lot easier) and a baking tray or scone pan.
Start by measuring your flour, baking powder, sugar, butter and peanut butter.
Add them to the food processor with a pinch of salt and pulse a couple of times until it resembles breadcrumbs.
Through the feeding tube add enough milk to make the dough hold it’s shape. It should have the consistency of molding clay.
Place the mixture into a bowl and fold in the chocolate chips.
With your hands form a disc and press down on the scone pan (if using one) or put it on a baking sheet and with a sharp knife cut it into 8 triangles.
Peanut butter and chocolate scones | http://roxanashomebaking.com/
Bake in preheated oven until golden. Enjoy!

Peanut butter and chocolate scones (vegan)
Peanut butter and chocolate scones | http://roxanashomebaking.com/
Ingredients
1 1/2 cup all purpose flour
2 tsp. baking powder
pinch of salt
1/4 cup sugar in the raw
3 tbsp. chilled vegan butter cut in cubes
1/4 cup creamy unsalted peanut butter (I advice you to pick the one that doesn’t have any other ingredients except peanuts)
~6 tbsp. almond milk
1/4-1/3 cup (mini) vegan chocolate chips
Directions
Preheat the oven to 425F. Grease your scone pan if using or line parchment paper on a baking sheet. Set aside.
In a food processor add the flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, butter and peanut butter. Pulse a couple of times until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Through the feeding tube slowly add the almond milk. The dough should resemble modeling clay. If it’s too dry add a few more drops of milk, if too wet add a little more flour.
Take the dough out of the food processor and place it in a bowl. Mix in the chocolate chips. I used 1/3 cup but if you’re not a big fan of chocolate chips you can add 1/4 cup or  less or simply skip them.
Shape the dough into a disc. Press it down onto the scone pan or lay it on the baking sheet. Cut it into 8 triangles.
Bake it for about 18 minutes until golden.
Enjoy!
Sending love your way,
Roxana

Comments

  1. Sandra says

    :)) Honestly, that looks so good that I would eat the dough itself:)) Awesome recipe, and I love this combination with PB & Chocolate..Yummy!

  2. Sanjeeta kk says

    Oh…I love PB in the scones have never tried doing the same..but your scones make me do so. And love that baking gadget :)

  3. Tina says

    This is a keeper, never had these flavors in scones! These look so tasty-they would be a great way to start the day or even have as an afternoon snack. Thanks for sharing-yum!

  4. Maggie says

    Oh my gosh…now I can have peanut butter and chocolate for breakfast?!? YES!! This is the best recipe ever! Thank you. I will be making these next weekend for sure.

  5. Ruth Reynoso-Sance says

    I've been craving scones for days now and these don't help my cause! They look delicious! They're going to my favorites :)

  6. Diane {Created by Diane} says

    These look delicious, I LOVE that scone pan and eye it all the time at the store. Think it's going on my Christmas list this year :)
    I love peanut butter scones, they smell amazing!!!

  7. Ann says

    These look absolutely stunning…and so light! The scone pan is amazing (although here in the South we call that a corn bread pan!). Peanut butter and chocolate is one of my favorite flavor combinations!

  8. the Junkie book says

    you've the best motive to share this recipe with us! and yes who wouldn want to try this insanely delicious comb! especially when i have both at hand! they look heavenly.

  9. thecompletecookbook says

    What an original idea for scones Roxana. I love the idea of the chocolate chips, but would not have thought about adding peanut butter. Will definitely give these a try.
    Have a great week.
    :-) Mandy

  10. Sylvia@peachesanddonuts says

    scones alone already taste great so with the addition of peanut butter and chocolate, they'll be out of this world!! I like!!!!

  11. Koci says

    Those scones look so delicious! Chocolate and peanut butter are one of my most favorite flavor combinations ever. These scones would make such a fantastic breakfast!

  12. www.you-made-that.com says

    Roxana, these scones are right up my alley, I love PB and choc :) thanks for the recipe. Your photos look wonderful.

  13. Lizzy says

    As such a fabulous bread baker, I know your poviticas must be stunning…can't wait to see what you come up with! Happy Monday~

  14. Biren @ Roti n Rice says

    I have never tried using peanut butter in scones. They sound really good! I will have to give it a try sometime.

  15. Kitchen Belleicious says

    Okay these look delicious and although I am intrigued by the ingredients and the ability you have to make something so wonderful I am also memorized by the pan you baked them in? where did you get it and I need one!

  16. Junia says

    peanut butter and chocolate are my two favorite combinations of flavors. i seriously love the scone pan you have! i've been eyeing one for awhile. i am afraid of vegan butter… haven't mustered up the courage to use it yet!

  17. Elisabeth says

    Roxana-your vegan chocolate scones look so incredible! I used to have a cast iron skillet like that, and I'm so sad that I got rid of it…just donated it to Goodwill, and now I can't find one like that!
    Your vegan scones look yummy, and a recipe that I would like to try!
    Hugs,

  18. Amber, RD says

    I have never seen a scone pan like that. It looks like it would be really handy! I just posted today on pumpkin scones, but I love all things that have chocolate and PB!

  19. Rebecca from Chow and Chatter says

    great scones thanks for the kind comment on the breast feeding vlog post your a fab mum all the best for new additions

  20. Heavenly Housewife says

    Peanut butter, chocolate and scones, you can't go wrong :D.
    I love your scone pan by the way, fabulous!
    *kisses* HH

  21. Laurel @ Lolly's Sweet Treats says

    Peanut butter and chocolate is a glorious combination and what better way than to start your day off with it!

  22. Jeanette says

    Who could resist the combination of peanut butter and chocolate – would love to get my hands on one of those scone pans.

  23. motherrimmy says

    I love your scone pan! I have to find one and try this peanuty scone recipe. I have a feeling my husband will love them for Sunday breakfast with his coffee!

  24. Nami | Just One Cookbook says

    I love your scones Roxana. This kind of combination is hard to get at bakery store – you know they have typical scones flavors, but not PB&Chocolate. I love scones more than muffins or cupcakes. It's a perfect breakfast for me. Once I start baking scones, I will definitely buy this pan. It looks so cool and never seen it besides your blog!

  25. julie says

    Oh man… chocolate AND peanut butter? In a delicious hot scone? You've definitely got my attention. Those look amazing!

  26. aipi says

    Vegan cooking has been fascinating me a lot lately, maybe its time for me to take the leap..especially seeing such wonderful possibilities.
    I love the pictures of your beautiful scones n that iron skillet is awesome too..
    USMasala

  27. scrambledhenfruit says

    I love peanut butter and chocolate and these are much more civilized to eat for breakfast than a Reese's cup. :) They look yummy!

  28. raquel says

    hi roxana, love your recipe here… I love baking cookies and cakes too …I hope I could taste one of your creation…but I will also look forward to try this.

  29. Feast on the Cheap says

    What a fantastic combo! Never thought of peanut butter in my scones and the addition of chocolate – perfection!

  30. lisa is cooking says

    Scones are a big favorite in my house, and I baked them frequently, but I've never made peanut butter scones. I need to and soon!

  31. FOODESSA says

    Never truly been a fan of scones…however, I do make exception if they are as you mention…fluffy and light. Of course, the yummy ingredients do manage to sway me a little more your way Roxana ;o)
    Love that skillet!

    Ciao for now,
    Claudia

  32. Magic of Spice says

    The look so good, and I don't think I have ever had a peanut butter scone before…love the combination!

  33. Daksha says

    Hi Roxana The scones are super. I'm your new follower ur blog is really nice and i love baking but i'm veggi so ur recipe is lots of helpful for me. Thank u so much sharing here.Must try.

  34. the Junkie book says

    a month later i still want to make these. may try some subs…daring baker style!

    how you been. haven't heard from you in a long time. you've been consistently blogging. so i guess you should be doing great!

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