These light airy lemon and sour cream scones served with sweet zingy lemon curd and clotted cream are a delicious treat to enjoy on a cold morning. The lemon curd is just like ray of sunshine.
These sweet honey and cinnamon scones are studded with dried figs and are about to make your mornings quite cheery.
Sweetened with maple syrup and tasting just like a sweet loaf of banana bread, these scones are light, full of flavor, and topped with a maple cream cheese icing.
Sweet scones with notes Cranberry Vanilla Tea, are crisp on the outside and soft and buttery on the inside. Serve them warm with vanilla butter for a delightful holiday treat.
Did you recently go apple picking? Do you have a hefty harvest of fall apples in your kitchen? Easily make a batch of these caramel apple tea scones with the seasonal produce.
Scones are filled with dark chocolate chunks, fresh cranberries, and drizzled with an easy vanilla icing.
Tart, slightly sweet cherry scones receive a savory touch of creamy, spiced havarti. They are perfect warm with butter, at brunch, or beside a bowl of soup.
For a reprieve from all the pumpkin desserts this Thanksgiving, here is a list of eleven baked goods that use the other sweet fruits of fall’s labor.
Delicious cheesy, spicy and fragment scones are great with eggs, soup, or a snack.
English muffins are super easy and fun to make. Together with delicious egg salad they make the perfect breakfast.