Scones

One of England's best exports, scones are flaky breakfast and brunch pastries that demand clotted cream and jam. Make your own scones and try adding pumpkin or blueberry to the pastries for more flair at your next breakfast or brunch.

See Popular Scones Recipes

Crisp Cornmeal Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

These nibble-size scones are easy to mix for a quick breakfast or brunch. Before baking, brush with buttermilk and sprinkle with coarse sugar for extra sweetness in the recipe.

Gingered Lemon Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

These flavored scones pair well with brunch egg casserole or a main dish lunch salad.

Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Serve these sweet and crumbly scones for breakfast or use them instead of shortcake and top with sweetened strawberries and whipped cream.

Strawberry Shortcake Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Ricotta cheese adds extra tenderness and richness to these strawberry and cream scones.

Double Chocolate Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

These decadently delicious scones will be a hit with chocolate-lovers! Powdered sugar and drizzled vanilla glaze make these homemade scones better than you find in a coffee shop!

Lavender-Honey Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Dried lavender buds stepped in warm cream lend a nice floral quality without overpowering these light scones.

Bonnie's Sensational Scones

Midwest Living

These little cinnamon nut scones are the perfect size for breakfast.

Manchego and Brandied Cherry Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Dried cherries, brandy (or apple juice), rosemary, and Manchego (or Asiago) come together in these full-bodied scones. They can be completely made-ahead. Just prepare and store in the refridgerator for up to 12 hours prior to baking.

Jammy Scones

Parents

Bypass the bakery and make your own fruit-stuffed scones for brunch or a snack!

Total: 35 mins

Chocolate Peanut Butter Scones

Diabetic Living

Bakery muffins, scones and bagels are calorie bombs. Instead of buying, bake your own pastries at home to control the ingredients and keep the fat low. These sweet scones still taste like a big treat, even though they only have 180 calories!

Ham-and-Cheddar Scones

Midwest Living

These deli-inspired scones feature ham and cheddar, and get a little lift from Dijon mustard and dill. Make them in under an hour!

Pumpkin-Currant Scones

Midwest Living

Pumpkin adds moisture to these little biscuits. They complement a dinnertime feast as well as breakfast.

Lemony Scones with Dried Fruit

Better Homes and Gardens

Dried apricots and plums dot these lemony glazed scones. They make the perfect sweet bread recipe for brunch.

Cranberry Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Bacon and Dried Tomato Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Winner: Jeanne Walker, Oxnard, CA Category: Bacon Beyond Breakfast; 2010

Currant Scones

Midwest Living

These little breakfast biscuits get their rich taste from the whipping cream and butter used to make the dough.

Blueberry-Orange Scones

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