Classic combo. Super simple scones. Recipe from King Arthur.
Recipe adapted from Optional Kitchen.
These savory scones fill the kitchen with a mouth-watering aroma when I bake them on a Saturday morning. Sometimes I make this recipe with just a handful of chopped chives instead of scallions and jalapenos, which is also super tasty.
These classic cream scones are perfect for a weekend treat. The texture is quite different from the silky scones I like to make with frozen butter, but delicious all the same. For a slightly different flavor, sometimes I like to put a little citrus zest into the cream or replace some of the sugar with maple flakes.
The dough isn’t quite as easy to work with as scones with regular flour, but this gluten free brunch treat is tasty.
The pear adds just a hint of fruity sweetness to these herbal, savory pastries. Perfect for bringing to a tea party with some lemon curd.
This may just be my all time favorite scone recipe. I love the combination of tangy lemon with herbal rosemary. And served with fresh homemade lemon curd it’s an absolute treat.
Melt in your mouth buttery pecans with fresh sage make for a divine savory scone.