Try these oatmeal and dried-cherry biscuit scones for a tasty snack. For more delicious recipes featuring Quaker Oats, visit quakeroats.com.

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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper; set aside.

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  • In a medium bowl, whisk together flour, oats, granulated sugar, baking powder, and salt. Using a pastry cutter or your fingers, cut butter into oat mixture until the mixture resembles a coarse meal; whisk in dried cherries. In another medium bowl, mix together egg, buttermilk, and vanilla and almond extracts until well combined. Add egg mixture to flour mixture; mix until well combined.

  • Turn out dough onto a lightly floured work surface; roll out to a 1-inch-thick 8-by-6-inch rectangle. Cut biscuits into eight 2-by-3-inch rectangles using a sharp knife; transfer biscuits to prepared baking sheet. Brush biscuits with buttermilk and sprinkle with sanding sugar.

  • Transfer biscuits to oven and bake until tops are lightly browned, 18 to 20 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack and let cool slightly before serving.

Reviews (14)

17 Ratings
  • 5 star values: 9
  • 4 star values: 3
  • 3 star values: 3
  • 2 star values: 2
  • 1 star values: 0
Rating: Unrated
07/21/2011
I followed the receipe exactly and found the scones very dry and crumbly - I might try the receipe again and add more buttermilk etc ... and perhaps a little more sugar.
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01/18/2010
Do you have the Nutrition Information on these Oatmeal Biscuits?
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03/17/2009
I have made these five times now and everyone loves them! I have a new oven and they do take about 25-27 minutes to bake. I've tried them with dried blueberries and craisins but the cherries are the best. Try adding a little fresh lemon zest. That is a great taste with the cherries.
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03/13/2009
These are delicious! However, mine also took a little longer than the listed baking time. Mine took about 30 minutes. Next time I make these, I'm going to substitute the dried cherries with orange flavored dried cranberries (from Trader Joe's).
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02/03/2009
svebacks comment about cooking them longer is right and like he said do look at them cause other wise they will be soggy in middle
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02/03/2009
this recipe is easy enough that you can measure the dry ingredients and keep them in a ziplock bag till you are ready to add the butter dried fruit and wet ingredients, mine didn't come out flaky but they were golden brown and i have a crappy oven so i didn't want to keep them in there to long did cook them for 25 minute so longer might make them more flaky
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02/03/2009
these came out great according to my boys big teens always hungry
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02/03/2009
they came out great the boys big teens said great.... hope everyone else will like them
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02/03/2009
it is snowing here this evening so i decided to put this snowy night to use and bake will i watch the inches grow here in Asheville ,we don't get much so its a big deal LOL since i am from Buffalo NY originally will let you know the results as soon as my guys get home to taste .Bye and happy baking
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02/02/2009
I made these and they took longer than the stated time in this recipe(more like 40 minutes). Please look at them before you remove them or they will be fully baked.
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01/25/2009
This recipe looks delicious and a good alternative to store-bought bars, I will probably use dried cranberries or dried blueberries that I have in my pantry instead of the dried cranberries, can't wait to make this!
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01/25/2009
This recipes looks delicious, I can't wait to make it today with my boys
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01/23/2009
I'm allergic to dried fruit, so I substituted 1 small apple and my own dried grated coconut to equal the amount of dried cherries. They came out divine. I had no idea what a scone was until my daughter married a Brit.
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01/22/2009
Not being a cherry fan (sorry, George), I used dried-apricots, much to my greater satisfaction!