Easy Drop Biscuit Recipe, Homemade Drop Biscuits | Baker Bettie
This easy drop biscuit recipe only requires 5 simple ingredients! In under 30 minutes you can have homemade drop biscuits on your table!
Glazed Cranberry Orange Scones
These Glazed Cranberry Orange Scones are soft and buttery and bursting with flavor in every bite. It's a delightful way to start out the morning.
How To Make The BEST Scones - Little Sweet Baker
These scones have a dark-golden and crunchy outer crust. They are tender, moist and buttery on the inside. Plus you can easily adapt this recipe with your favorite add-ins.
Coconut Lemon Scone Recipe
Tender, flaky coconut lemon scones with a sweet lemon glaze and toasted coconut topping. These scones are a great for breakfast, brunch, or tea time.
Orange Cranberry Scones Recipe
Citrus-y and not too sweet, they're perfect for breakfast or afternoon teas. Just pat out the dough in a circle, cut with a pizza cutter, and bake.
Cranberry Orange Scones
Moist and scrumptious, these scones come out perfect every time. I savor the chewy dried cranberries and sweet orange glaze. There's nothing better than serving these remarkable scones warm with the delicate orange butter. —Karen McBride, Indianapolis, Indiana
WELLINGTON BAKEHOUSE - THE Cheese Scone
Prep Time : 15 Minutes | Cook Time : 20 Minutes | Total Time : 1 hour | Difficulty : Easy Hello my lovelies! While you know I love a savoury scone and I’ve posted a few of those I’ve ne…
Newfoundland Raisin Buns - a decades old tea bun recipe like Nan made!
Traditional Newfoundland tea buns are a cousin to scones and biscuits. Everyone's Mom or Nan made them. Perfect with a steaming cup of tea.
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Irish Soda Bread Scones With Honey Butter
I'm pretty sure there are a million or more variations on this recipe. I happened to find mine in a Women's World Magazine a year or two ago. It turned out so delightful that I decided to keep it as my go to. I made one or two teeny changes and it is a family favorite now. It makes its appearance at St. Patrick's Day, of course, but also about once a month it is made just to go with afternoon tea/coffee. I like mine with a little honey butter to sweeten them up a little. The secret to…