Scone and Bannock Recipes, page 1
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- Almond Scones with Amaretto
- Amaretto Scones
- Apple Cheddar Scones — Unlike traditional scone recipes that call for generous amounts of butter and
cream, this version is leaner and lighter, though rich in apple flavor.
- Apple Thyme Cheddar Scones
- Apricot Scones
- Apricot Streusel Scones
- Banana-Toffee Drop Scones — Make coffee-shop scones at home. It's easy when you get a jump start with
dependable Bisquick® mix.
- Black Raspberry Buttermilk
- Blackberry Cream Scones
- Blueberry Bannock — A whole-wheat, baked version of a traditional Aboriginal recipe. Canola oil helps
produce a light and tender crumb.
- Blueberry Scones
- Breakfast Scones
- Buttermilk Peach Scones
- Candied Ginger, Cherry and
Pineapple Scones — These are best served with Devon cream.
- Cheddar Cheese Scones
- Cheddar Dinner Scones
- Cheesy Scones — Make up this cheesy scone recipe and pop in the oven first thing in the morning
for a warm mid morning snack!
- Cherry Almond Scones
- Cherry Cream Scones
- Cherry-Chocolate Chip Scones — Mix up a little Bisquick® mix with whipping cream, egg and extras like chips
and fruit, and you'll have melt-in-your-mouth coffee shop scones.
- Cherry-Filled Scones
- Chocolate Almond Scones
- Chocolate Chip Scones
- Cinnamon Bun Scones
- Cinnamon Coffee Scones
- Cinnamon Schmear Scones — These tender, buttery scones feature a thick, rich swirl of cinnamon through
their center. Because of their moist cinnamon filling, they remain soft and fresh
longer than most scones.
- Cinnamon Scones
- Cinnamon Walnut Scones
- Coconut Scones
- Coconut-Almond Scones
- Cranberry Oat Scones
- Cranberry Scones
- Cranberry Scones 2
- Cranberry Scones 3
- Cream Cheese Apricot Scones
— Moist and light scones flecked with apricot.
- Cream Scones
- Creamy Orange Scones — With their bright orange topping of marmalade, and creamy interior accented by
both orange zest and vanilla, these scones are reminiscent of one of our favorite
summertime taste treats: vanilla ice cream with orange sherbet. Unlike most scones,
these require no rolling or shaping; simply dollop batter into a cake pan, top with
marmalade and sparkling sugar, bake, and cut into wedges.
- Creme Brulee Scones
- Currant Scones
- Curried Pumpkin and Ginger
Scones — These scones are a deep russet-gold, the color of birch leaves in autumn, and
they're so simple to make.
- Double Orange Scones with Orange Butter
- Fig Scones
- Fresh Strawberry Scones — A warm and buttery crust surrounds delicately baked strawberries in these scones
that are lightly sweetened with fruit juice.
- Fruit Cocktail Granola Scones
- Fruit Studded Cream Scones
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