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Scones

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Blueberry Scones

Blueberry Scones

Blueberry Scones

You'll want to stash a few of these homemade morsels in the freezer to serve to visitors who drop in unexpectedly. "Just pop a frozen scone in the microwave for 20 seconds or so, and you have a warm treat," suggests Joan Francis of Spring Lake, New Jersey.

Hazelnut Chip Scones

Hazelnut Chip Scones

Hazelnut Chip Scones

"When I made a friend's scone recipe, I didn't have enough milk, so I substituted hazelnut-flavored nondairy creamer and added chocolate chips," relates Elisa Lochridge from Beaverton, Oregon. "Everyone loved them!"

Cherry Cream Scones

Cherry Cream Scones

Cherry Cream Scones

Serve these for breakfast or a brunch. They're also a great after-school snack. They freeze well besides—simply thaw, warm and serve when you need them. We live in a cherry-producing region—and every guest expects to find some on our table! My husband and I have three children...20,11 and 9.
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Festive Fruited Scones

Festive Fruited Scones

Festive Fruited Scones

Meet the Cook: I've found you don't need to put butter on these scones...they're delicious plain and simple. I especially enjoy them in the wintertime with hot coffee or tea. Married for 44 years, we have two grown children and five grandchildren. -Helen Carpenter, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Raisin Mini-Scones

Raisin Mini-Scones

Raisin Mini-Scones

Through the years, I've tried many sugarless dessert recipes. But these scones are by far the best. With lots of raisins and oatmeal, they make very satisfying treats.

Gingerbread Scones

Gingerbread Scones

Gingerbread Scones

These moist scones' gingerbread flavor make them just right for serving around Christmastime. They are a scrumptious treat with tea or coffee. —David Bostedt, Zephyrhills, Florida

Cinnamon Walnut Scones

Cinnamon Walnut Scones

Cinnamon Walnut Scones

I often serve an English tea for a group of ladies and I always include these scones. They have such a wonderful flavor.—Candace Stephenson, Port Orchard, Washington

Breakfast Scones

Breakfast Scones

Breakfast Scones

Add a teaspoon of ground cinnamon with the flour for a tasty variation.

Apple 'n' Honey Scones

Apple 'n' Honey Scones

Apple 'n' Honey Scones

These scones take little time to prepare and are wonderfully moist with lots of flavor.—Bernadette Colvin, Tomball, Texas

Potato Scones

Potato Scones

Potato Scones

"These pretty biscuit-like wedges are very moist and flavorful," notes Judie Anglen, Riverton, Wyoming. "They're tasty slathered with butter, honey or jam...or use them as a base for creamed dishes," she suggests.

Poppy Seed Lemon Scones

Poppy Seed Lemon Scones

Poppy Seed Lemon Scones

You'll love the appealing look and delicate texture of these lightly sweet scones. For the best results, work quickly to mix and cut them. The less you handle the dough, the more tender the scones are. They're delightful served warm with homemade lemon curd for breakfast or with a salad for lunch. -Linda Murray, Allenstown, New Hampshire
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