I sure make a lot of scones, don’t I? I’ve already shared recipes on how to make blueberry, chive, and cranberry white chocolate versions, and I’m sure I’m not even close to being done. It’s funny because I only started making them in the last year or so—before that I’d never even eaten one. I always catch on to great ideas wayyyy too late. If you want another example, I recently had the epiphany that if I rinse out my laundry detergent[Read more]
Today, I bring to you salvation. Or should I say salivation. Because these scones are packed with more cranberries than the amount of references to the band that I plan to make in this post. Salvation was one of those references. Great song. Dried cranberries aren’t the only feature of this scone though—oh no—I have also included some white chocolate chips, chopped pecans (simply leave out if you have a nut allergy) and white chocolate drizzle. They are the scones[Read more]
Hello lovers. You may remember how a while back I posted a recipe for some delicious Cheesy Chive-y Scones. I don’t make savory scones too often, but when I do they are usually packed with cheese and fresh herbs just like the scone gods intended. You don’t want to upset the scone gods. Today though, I’m taking a break from the savory to share with you a super easy blueberry scone complete with a sweet, oat-y crumb topping. Warning: These scones[Read more]
Savory scones with fresh chives from the garden and shredded Gouda and cheddar cheeses.