Best Scones Recipe Collection to Try
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Best Scones Recipe Collection to Try? For me, the ideal way to spend a lazy afternoon is to sip tea from a cup in one hand and a scone on the other side. If you are an expert baker or just want to revamp a standard scone, you will love this guide, which has 25 of the best scone recipes. It will surely change the way you take tea.
Best Scones Recipe Collection to Try
Sriracha Almond Bacon & Sharp Cheddar Scones
If you are looking for a healthy grab-and-go breakfast, then you can prepare these scones as they do not have loads of sugar. I am a big fan of Sriracha, as it is sweet and spicy at the same time. Even if you are afraid of Sriracha, you must try this recipe at least once.
Rocky Road Scones
In case you are not aware, Rocky Road is a very well-known ice-cream flavor. It is used to prepare these chocolate scones with chocolate chips, and marshmallows. We like to have these for breakfast rather than as a dessert.
Funfetti Chocolate Chip Scones
Birthday cakes inspire these scones, and they have a fair share of chocolate chips and rainbow sprinkles. The scones look very colorful and have a buttery feel to it. You may use vanilla icing for a finishing touch, but that is optional.
Pumpkin Scones with Cinnamon Glaze
Mmmm……my favorite scones. They are packed with the goodness of pumpkin and presented in a flaky and soft package. If you are health conscious, you will love this recipe as it is low carb.
Toasted Coconut Chocolate Chip Scones
I have always enjoyed the unique combination of chocolate chip and toasted coconut, so these scones were terrific when I made them. The scones are very tender and feel buttery when you bite into them. Make sure you try them fresh from the oven!
Toasted Coconut Lemon Scones
I love coconut, and when it is added to the refreshing taste of lemon? Winner! The scones are very tender, flaky, and light in nature. Why save them for breakfast – they are practically a dessert!
Maple Oatmeal Scones
The Maple Oatmeal Scones are one of my favorite scones. It can be had anytime, and the cold weather makes these scones just perfect for a chilly day.
Orange Poppy Seed Scones
The orange poppy seed scones have a tangy-sweet orange flavor and are an excellent option for breakfast and brunch. Contrary to what many believe, the scones are not dry and bland, but a little bit less sweet.
Sweet Lavender Scones
These sweet lavender scones are an excellent accompaniment for your afternoon tea or when you are enjoying your drink in the morning. These scones have a delicate hint of lavender in them that make for a special treat.
Orange Currant Scones with Melted Chocolate
These homemade scones are quite easy to make, and the orange currant scones are flavored both with black currant juice and black currants layered throughout the scone. Add choolocalte? Heaven in your mouth!
Toasted Almond Gingerbread Scones
Gingerbread is a prevalent flavor during the winter months, so I decided to prepare some gingerbread scones with almonds spread throughout. These scones freeze well so you can keep them in the freezer after preparation, and re-warm them before serving.
Lemon Scones with Strawberry Glaze
These lemon scones are light and fluffy, and are drizzled with fresh strawberry glaze. Your breakfast becomes more exciting when your days start with lemon scones with strawberry glaze as these two flavors play off of each other perfectly!
Maple Pecan Scones
Take the rich flavor of maple, and embellish it with savory pecans? That creates these maple pecan scone that are perfectly shaped treats that you can have for breakfast or brunch.
Cranberry Scones with Chai Spice
If you want a bit of warm spice to the cranberry scones, then you can turn to chai spice as they complement the cranberry scones perfectly. The cranberry scones are my favorite scones of all time, and since I am a chai tea addict, I love these scones.
Eggnong is the real star in these eggnog scones. The sweet vanilla edge and the rich egginess make the eggnog scones a real favorite among my family members.
Nectarine Vanilla Bean Scones
These scones have a secret ingredient – vanilla paste! While beyond tasty, this scone recipe is a bit different from other scone recipes.
Bacon Cheddar Scones
When it comes to scones, we usually think of them as sweet treats and not savory. But the Bacon Cheddar scones are packed with dollops of cheddar cheese, and flavorful diced bacon. You can serve these scones with a salad or a soup.
If you can’t get your Girl Scout cookie on then you need to save this recipe! We all love samosas for their unique combination of rich flavors. You need to prepare this scone at least an hour before serving so that the scone is properly set up.
My best friend loves cherry scones, but she cannot bake them at all! So whenever she comes over, I make these gems as they only take 15 minutes!
Salted Caramel Scones
These salted caramel scones are amazing, but do make sure to add a little bit of butter to make the scones more delicious!
White Cheddar Chive Scones
I love the combination of cheddar and chive so these scones are a huge hit with a big bowl of potato soup!
Rosemary Citrus Scones
Baking scones need not be an intimidating experience. Rosemary citrus scones bear testimony to this. It is one of the most natural scone recipes, but this tender scone is low fat and goes well with soups and salads.
Strawberry & Goat Cheese Scones
I always prefer scones that are full of fun ingredients. The goat cheese & strawberry scones are a perfect combination for a weekend. You can make these scones well in advance as they freeze and reheat beautifully.
Pina Colada Scones
These scones take you back to the tropics on a cold winter day with the flavors of the Pina Colada. These were terrific, and even the kiddo gave two thumbs up!
Triple Chocolate Scones
The triple chocolate scones are any chocoholic’s dream as they are delicious and full of flavor, even if they taste more like brownies. It is an easy recipe for those who want to prepare rich chocolate scones that are full of molten chocolate and topped with glaze.
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