🌸 Hello everyone, I’m Vivian, I’m going to share with you today, a super simple bacon and cheese scones (English muffins) in one pot, just chop up the leftover bacon and cheese in the refrigerator, add it and stir That’s it! Evil and delicious, can’t stop, let’s do it with me
🌸For those who don’t like sweets, you must try this high-textured, non-greasy savory scones.
❤ This recipe shared today is flour-free, gluten-free, and we needn’t be afraid of blood sugar shock after eating them.
Delicious Cheese Scones with Bacon
Scones IntroductionFor the British, as the most important representative dessert of English afternoon tea, Scones definitely has its classic and inviolable status. In the UK, scones often appear as "Cream Tea" in the late morning or afternoon tea time before noon, and it is also an indispensable part of the afternoon tea that is well-known as a full-fledged dessert combination on a three-tiered dessert plate.As for what is Cream Tea? Some people directly translate it into cream tea. The basic combination is scones, Devonshire cream (clotted cream/Devonshire clotted cream sauce) and jam, and then a cup of brewed hot tea. The combination of this iron triangle is simple and delicious. !Although in the UK, scones can be said to have a place in people's diets, the ingredients and methods used in it are actually very simple, and it is a very suitable snack at home. Want to know the difference between British Scones and American Biscos?Scone and Bisji are quite similar in practice and appearance, but in fact, there are obvious differences in taste and flavor between the two. Generally speaking, British scones are mostly "sweet", but Bisquid in the southern United States has a "slight salty taste", not sweet; if the impression of Bisquid is sweet, it is mainly because the outer layer is coated with A layer of honey (but the early KFC's Bisji did not pre-spray honey, but provided extra jam and honey packets).Then there is the softness of the interior of the sikang and the taste of the cake, while the biscuits have a layered texture, like the taste of bread.There are also obvious differences in the method and ingredients. For example, scones have eggs, but Bisji does not. Scones does not need to fold the dough, but Bisji has to fold and so on.
Calories: 294kcalCarbohydrates: 14.2gProtein: 6.8gFat: 23.9gFiber: 7g