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Scones

Looking for recipes for scones? Find recipes for scones including blueberry scones, cheese scones, and more recipes for scones.

Currant Drop Scones

Currant Drop Scones

Currant Drop Scones

"One lazy Sunday afternoon when I had a craving for a good biscuit or scone, I came across this recipe in an old cookbook," notes Lois Smyth of Pincher Creek, Alberta. "The scones have become a favorite in our home because they're so quick and easy to prepare. Serve them warm," she adds.

Currant Jelly Scones

Currant Jelly Scones

Currant Jelly Scones

These golden goodies dotted with festive red jelly are rich, light-textured and delicious. Plus, they're quick and easy to prepare—no kneading is required.

Cranberry Pecan Scones

Cranberry Pecan Scones

Cranberry Pecan Scones

Cranberries adds festive color and fun flavor to baked goods and other dishes. These scones are a favorite treat for breakfast or a snack.—Sandy Ferrario, Ione, California
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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."

Basil Cheddar Scones

Basil Cheddar Scones

Basil Cheddar Scones

Our Test Kitchen home economists suggest you tuck these oven-fresh savory scones into a napkin-lined gift basket, along with a package of pasta and jar of spaghetti sauce.

Whole Wheat Cranberry Scones

Whole Wheat Cranberry Scones

Whole Wheat Cranberry Scones

With a biscuit-like texture, these sweet scones are wonderful spread with butter or jam. Serve them alongside a medley of berries at your next holiday brunch…or enjoy them as an afternoon snack with a hot cup of tea.

Pumpkin Ginger Scones

Pumpkin Ginger Scones

Pumpkin Ginger Scones

I made these lovely scones one day when looking for a way to use up leftover pumpkin, and I was not disappointed. I often use my food processor to stir up the dough just until it comes together. It so simple to prepare this way. —Brenda Jackson, Garden City, Kansas

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."

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.

Orange Ginger Scones

Orange Ginger Scones

Orange Ginger Scones

A sprinkling of sugar tops off these tender treats with a touch of sweetness. I like to serve them hot with butter and jam.—Edna Hoffman, Hebron, Indiana

British Scones

British Scones

British Scones

I love going to British teas—we have a popular tearoom here in Albuquerque. These scones have an outstanding flavor and tender flaky texture.—Carole Jasier, Lecanto, Florida
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