Homemade Chai Pear Scones with chai spices and plenty of fresh pear in every bite are flaky and tender with a crisp, golden crunch. Perfect for breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up! If you’re a fan of chai tea, then you’ll love these seasonal, gently spiced scones. With big, buttery flakes on the inside and a
Today I’m sharing my carefully tested and perfected BEST scone recipe. Tender, flaky, buttery, and with plenty of tips on how to add your favorite mix-ins! This recipe is simple and comes together in less than 30 minutes (including bake time!). Recipe includes a how-to video! The Best Scones of Your Life (Seriously) I always thought
This simple recipe for blueberry scones has the perfect tender texture that goes so well with a cup of morning coffee. Fresh blueberries and buttermilk offer a sweet and tangy flavor that no one can resist. I just adore summer berries. And since this may be the last recipe I share with summer berries, we’re
Bright, sunshine-y lemon poppy seed scones are a fun twist on my classic scone recipe. This recipe comes together easily in your food processor for tender, buttery, flaky scones, and I’ve included a how to video in the recipe card! Today’s recipe is a sunny cross between my classic scone recipe and my lemon poppy
Start off your day with these super thick and amazingly flavorful cranberry-orange scones drizzled with a sweet lemon/orange glaze Let’s wake up to these bright and absolutely flavorful scones, bursting with fresh cranberries and juicy oranges. I simply love the flavor combination of oranges and cranberries. The sweet and the tangy, complementing and enhancing each other.
I love coconut so when I saw this recipe, Toasted Coconut Lemon Scones from Two Peas & Their Pod I had to make them. These scones are so tender, loaded with coconut and a hint of lemon. Delicious!I did make a change to the recipe. When making scones I like the shortcut of using a
I used to work at my cousin’s coffee shop and she was the baker of the most delicious scones. I no longer work or live close by so I don’t get to enjoy her scones very often. The scones that I’ve tried at our local coffee shops always fall short, they’re dry and not flavorful.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large food processor add Sift flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Pulse a few times to combine. Cut cold butter into pats, then add to the flour mixture in the food processor. Pulse until the butter in cut into the flour. Mix vanilla cream with egg, then combine