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Sweet Potato Scones

Sweet Potato Scones

Sweet Potato Scones

It’s a sure sign of autumn when Lily Julow whips up these tender, tasty treats for friends in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Served warm, they also make a delicious addition to any special breakfast or brunch, she notes.

Orange Cranberry Scones

Orange Cranberry Scones

Orange Cranberry Scones

I bake these simple fruit-filled scones during the holidays or any time our children come home for a visit. We all agree there's nothing better for breakfast than these scones, spread with homemade cranberry-orange butter.

Orange Yogurt Scones

Orange Yogurt Scones

Orange Yogurt Scones

"My mother handed down this recipe to me when I moved out of the house," recalls Hollye Chapman of Corvallis, Oregon. "It produces a very light scone that tastes great with orange marmalade, lemon curd or most kinds of jam. Use any flavor fruit yogurt if you don't have orange," she adds.
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Raisin Scones

Raisin Scones

Raisin Scones

Several years ago, my parents went to Scotland, where Mom was born. Mom asked Dad to re-create the scones they had on the trip. Mom agrees eating these is like being back in Scotland!—Art Winter, Trumbull, Connecticut

Almond Chip Scones

Almond Chip Scones

Almond Chip Scones

For bridal showers or other special occasions, I often triple the recipe for these moist scones. You can try blueberries instead of chocolate chips and almonds. Or cut the dough into strips like biscotti, bake them and dip them into coffee.

Festive Poppy Seed Scones

Festive Poppy Seed Scones

Festive Poppy Seed Scones

With their eye-opening citrus burst, these scones are perfect for holiday breakfasts and brunches. I like to serve them warm from the oven. –Lisa Varner of Charleston, South Carolina

Ginger Currant Scones

Ginger Currant Scones

Ginger Currant Scones

Sheila Parker of Reno, Nevada adds loads of currants to her flaky, attractive scones. Served warm with a drizzle of honey, these gingery treats are a welcome addition to breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea.

Traditional Scones

Traditional Scones

Traditional Scones

Making scones is very simple I learned when my wife and I hosted an English tea. These are light and very tasty. —Chuck Hinz, Parma, Ohio

Triple Citrus Scones

Triple Citrus Scones

Triple Citrus Scones

I love the bright and buttery flavor of these tender scones. Serve them with a yummy jam, or try them as a base for strawberry shortcake. —Angela LeMoine, Howell, New Jersey

Breakfast Cranberry Scones

Breakfast Cranberry Scones

Breakfast Cranberry Scones

Cornmeal adds a slight crunch to these breakfast or brunch treats. Kathy Zielicke of Moore Haven, Florida writes, "These scones are nice with a cup of hot tea or coffee. For a change of pace, try them with the dried berries of your choice. They're sure to brighten your day."

Oatmeal Scones

Oatmeal Scones

Oatmeal Scones

Pecans and oatmeal take center stage in these tender treats from Margaret Wilson. "They are delicious with jam or marmalade," says the Hemet, California reader. "I also like them with sharp cheddar cheese or a dab of relish at supper."
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