Despite being an incredible mess to put together…

IMG_7711J and I’s Valentine scones turned out really tasty!

Valentine SconeWe made them using The Pioneer Woman’s Maple Oat Scone recipe, but substituted chopped cherries for pecans. Then instead of the maple icing I melted 1 cup of white chocolate chips in a double boiler until smooth, added a tablespoon of heavy cream off the heat (make sure you leave the heavy cream amount out for a bit, if it’s too cold it will seize up), and mix until smooth. Then I added several drops of Wilton gel food coloring in red to give it the hot pink color. Drizzle over the scones with a fork and let set before storing in a sealed container.

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