These birthday cake scones are loaded with sprinkles and are totally whimsical and sweet. A fun treat.
Full of rich, dark chocolate and fresh raspberries, these scones are everything we imagined and more.
Perfect with a warm mug of tea, coffee or hot cider, these gluten free pumpkin spice sones are soft, buttery and so festive for fall.
Perfect for bunch or tea, bake a batch of this sweet treat, lemon cream scones served with blueberry preserves.
These savory scones are loaded with bits of prosciutto and goat cheese and served with a sweet strawberry butter.
Loaded with sweet cherry preserves and almonds, these scones are a perfect morning treat when you want to show some love to someone in your life.
These basil, goat cheese and blueberry scones are filled delightful combination of sweet and savory flavors that are perfect for brunch.
Your morning coffee and your afternoon tea time are calling for these grain-free citrus pistachio scones.
Looking for ways to add a little seasonal flair to your breakfast? Just so happens—it’s pumpkin season, folks. Check out these eight ways to make the most important meal of the day even more fun.
Sweet with a hint of salt and made with a warm autumn tea, these sweet harvest pumpkin scones are easy to make and drizzled with a perfect salted caramel glaze.
Let a warm plate of aromatic scones made with a milk thistle, barley, and orange peel tea brighten a cold morning or easily feed a holiday brunch crowd.
These gluten free ginger scones are just as soft and buttery as the original recipe and are perfect with your morning coffee.
These gluten free scones are easy to whip up and glaze with a simply delicious ginger icing.
Bright, lemon zest scones are perfectly buttery with sweet currants hidden inside.
There are so many scone recipes and flavors in the world, but adding pumpkin gives scones the perfect soft, moist texture. Plus, they’re gluten free.
Have as a decadent breakfast or a high tea time treat. Scones are the quintessential English indulgence.
It is the perfect time of year to cozy up with a warm, sweet scone and a hot drink. Add in chocolate, nuts, jam and more.
As a dinner side or holiday brunch, make savory pumpkin and blueberry scones for a delicious smell and beautiful presentation.
Gluten free blueberry scones are the perfect addition to a cozy brunch spread with eggs and hash.
Scones made with aromatic dried tea are coved in a perfect sweet tea glazed after emerging from the oven.
These glazed peach scones taste like a peach pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and they are anything but dry.
Sweet, nutty, and with pockets of creamy blue cheese, these scones are perfect with your morning coffee and can be baking in your oven in no time.
Warm cherry scones fresh out of the oven are perfect to celebrate the special, and all too short, cherry season that is coming to a close.
Cheesy, aromatic savory scones are bursting with southern-style flavor. Perfect for brunch or a side to soup.
Take advantage of citrus. Infused with orange, spiced with cinnamon, and studded with dark chocolate, these scones are whole-grain, but still tender.
Tea parties are the perfect way to celebrate almost any occasion. With delicate, fun touches, you can host your best, and most delicious, party yet.
For a special morning treat or coffee break snack enjoy these moist scones with an incredible glaze and toasted walnuts.
These are everything a cream scone should be – light, soft, moist. The turbinado sugar adds a sweet crunch and the blackberries a burst of freshness.
An outside crust with soft insides, these lemon and blueberry scones are a perfect match for cinnamon crumble. Grab butter, jam, and tea and start relaxing.
Scones use the crème fraîche part of cows’ milk and the tangy buttermilk. Rich in dairy and dried fruit, this pastry should be eaten all day long.
Gluten-free cherry cream scones are so easy for a weekend breakfast or snack.
Poppy seeds add crunch and lemon brightens these hearty whole wheat scones.
This time of year, everything is better with pumpkin – even breakfast. And the spices in the scone and the chai flavors in the glaze give this pastry some zing.
Try these sweet, seasonal treats for a grab-and-go breakfast that will brighten your morning.
Built like a cinnamon bun, these rolls are comprised of a traditional scone dough layered with a filling of pumpkin butter, ground pecans, cinnamon, cloves, and a touch of brown sugar.
Sweet and spicy gluten-free scones are topped with a zesty citrus glaze for a breakfast or coffee break snack that will brighten your day.
In addition to adding flavor, the beer contributes carbonation that makes these scones fluff up in the frying pan.
These scones are sure to be a hit at your next brunch, light and flaky and flavorful but not too sweet.
The grapes were a beautifully sweet and delicate addition to these super simple cream scones.
It is perfectly okay to just dig into these ginger and lemon whole wheat scones.
Cvarci, is a Balkan pork crisp delicacy eaten especially during this time of the year.
Scottish scones are light, flaky and simple round cakes, and goes well with afternoon tea or can be served in breakfast table.
Ruby Moukli serves scones made (almost) as they are at Balmoral, the royal residence in Scotland.
Enjoy an elegant afternoon high tea service at The PuLi Hotel & Spa, a center of calm in the dizzying Shanghai city center.
Perfect for breakfast or tea-time, these scones pair wonderfully with your favorite hot beverage.
Join Natalie McLaury as she cooks the magazines. This time, scones are on the menu.
Kelsey Hilts likes to make scones all year, but there will always be something about them that reminds her of summer.
Although scones are traditionally made with lots of thick, rich cream, there’s no reason you can’t make scones with creme fraiche or sour cream.
Giulia Scarpaleggia stays in Royal wedding mood, and decides to find a place where she can be treated like a princess too.
Organic strawberry season is upon us, and Laura Davis celebrates by presenting a delicious strawberry scones recipe.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with her take on the American version of the British scone. Perfect for the breakfast table, and a great match for the afternoon tea