These are Cinnamon Praline scones I found on a bed and breakfast recipe website here. The recipe is different from any other scone recipe I have ever made. First you make a base scone recipe as usual (by the way, I added an additional tablespoon of sugar because I like my scones on the sweeter side). Afterwards, the recipe says you roll it out into a triangle. Then you brush the scone dough with melted butter...before adding a filing!
The filing, which is the cinnamon praline part, is made up of sour cream, dark brown sugar, cinnamon, and pecans. After spreading the filing on top, I rolled it up (starting at the point of the triangle) and pressed the larger side down. It was a bit messy and the filing ran out some, but it did stay together. I sliced the roll and then laid the scones on parchment paper so that you could see the filing.
They are delicious! I highly recommend this recipe. Aside from the extra tablespoon of sugar, I made no changes. Temperature and bake time were perfect too.