Scones aren't just for tea time. We have sweet and savory recipes that we know you'll love, any time of day.
Whether it's tea time or dinner time, these scone recipes are perfect for any occassion.
Our first recipe is Toasted Almond and Cherry Scones.
These scones come together in less than 30 minutes and are best served warm from the oven. Substitute an equal amount of chopped pistachios or walnuts for the almonds, if you prefer.
View Recipe: Toasted Almond and Cherry Scones
Make a quick bread even quicker with the addition of a convenience product. Low-fat baking mix shortcuts the process because
the flour, salt, and baking soda are already added in the proper ratios—allowing you to be a baking rock star, in less time,
with less fuss.
Semisweet mini chocolate chips complement the currants beautifully.
View Recipe: Chocolate Chip Scones
Enjoy these barely sweet scones with strawberry jam. Try substituting other dried fruits, such as cranberries or blueberries,
for the currants.
View Recipe: Classic Scones
Whole-wheat flour adds nutty flavor to a basic scone recipe. Split one in half, and fill with your choice of curd.
View Recipe: Sour Cream Scones
Scones, like biscuits, are most tender when handled minimally. So have your ingredients ready, and use a soft touch when mixing
and patting the dough.
View Recipe: Dried Pear and Cardamom Scones
Canned pumpkin puree makes these scones moist and tender, and it imbues them with the antioxidant beta-carotene. Pumpkinseed
kernels add nutty crunch. Serve with a hearty vegetable soup or a meaty stew.
View Recipe: Pumpkin-Parmesan Scones
Our basic biscuit dough is enriched with sugar, egg, fruit, and nuts to make a sweet breakfast scone that's equally tasty
served warm or at room temperature. A sprinkling of coarse turbinado sugar creates a crunchy topping.
View Recipe: Pistachio-Cranberry Scones
Partner these savory scones with soups and salads. Freeze for up to three months.
View Recipe: Chipotle-Cheddar Scones
Once baked, jalapeño peppers add relatively mild heat. If you want to tame it even further, reduce the amount of pepper or
omit it. Or substitute serrano chiles for a spicier version.
View Recipe: Cornmeal, Jalapeño, and Fresh Corn Scones
Make these scones a day or two ahead, and store in an airtight container. Resist the temptation to knead the dough; doing
so would break apart the tender blueberries. Leftover scones are nice with tea later in the day.
View Recipe: Blueberry-Pecan Scones
These savory scones are perfect paired with a salad or soup for a light meal.
View Recipe: Ham and Cheese Scones
These delicious homemade scones, studded with chopped dried apricots, are perfect for a British-style breakfast or afternoon
snack. Experiment with other dried fruits for endless variations on this basic scone recipe.
View Recipe: Apricot Scones
Slighty sweet sun-dried tomatoes paired with the salty bite of Parmesan cheese make these scones a real treat.
View Recipe: Sun-Dried Tomato-Parmesan Scones
Dried cranberries and apricots, as well as orange rind, give these scones a sweet, tart flavor. But you can mix and match
any dried fruits to create your own fruit scone.
View Recipe: Triple-Fruit Scones
These scones are the perfect sweet snack any time of the day. Just as appropriate with coffee for brunch or as an after dinner
View Recipe: Tart Cherry-and-Vanilla Scones