Rediscover a delightful morning treat in these gluten-free scones loaded with fresh blueberries and drizzled with a sweet lemon glaze. Instead of wedges, you can also scoop and drop the dough by 1/4 cupfuls onto a parchment-lined baking sheet for easier prep and more crispy browned edges.
Gluten-free scones that taste like pizza? Count us in. Turkey pepperoni, three types of cheeses, and Italian seasoning give these savory scones convincing pizza flavor, making them the perfect kid-friendly treat!
Sorghum flour and brown rice flour give these scones a heartier texture that mimics the wheat-based variety. Serve them with a mug of hot chocolate or mulled cider for a delicious breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
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Semisweet mini chocolate chips complement the currants beautifully.
These scones use our homemade Biscuit Mixflavored with bittersweet chocolate and dried cherries. Freeze a batch and reheat by microwaving at HIGH just until warm. Or pop a scone in your toaster oven, and bake at 300° for 10 minutes.
While chocolate and cherry is a heavenly combination, there are others: Try toasted pecans and dried apricots, diced crystallized ginger and lemon zest, or dried cranberries and orange zest.
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.
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.
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.
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.