Posts Tagged ‘Scones’

Savory Scallion and Cheese Scones

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Savory Scallion and Cheese Scones

I’ve become somewhat of a scone connoisseur in the past couple years from making them so much.

There is just something about scones that appeals to me… (more…)

Cranberry Scones {Paleo}

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Paleo Cranberry Scones

When I was developing this recipe, I almost didn’t expect to like these scones. (more…)

Classic Cream Scones & Peach Cobbler Jam

Monday, July 29th, 2013


What’s your favorite summer food?

I bet your answer will be different depending on where you’re from. Different areas are known for different things, and regional pride definitely comes into play. (more…)

Savory Cheddar-Dill Scones

Monday, June 24th, 2013

DSC_6310(small)I have an aunt who absolutely goes nuts if you use her toothpaste and don’t roll the tube up from the bottom.

And my mom – she’s like the princess in the children’s story The Princess and the Pea when it comes to a grain of salt or sugar on her kitchen floor. She sweeps her kitchen religiously three times a day and loses it if she steps on a single grain. I have no idea how she feels them, lol.

One of my best friends will only drink coffee in a lidded reusable plastic cup, even at home. No idea what’s up with that.

I have my fair share of pet peeves/quirks too. (more…)

PB&J Scone Sandwiches with Brie

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013


With Mother’s Day just a few days away, you might have your brunch menu all set…but if you’re still looking for the perfect addition, these scones are it! They bring the whimsy of a nostalgic pb&j sandwich, but the elegance of a scone. It’s a fun combo, one that is sure to be a winner with everyone.

You can check out the full recipe for my PB&J Scone Sandwiches with Brie on the Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog. There’s also the chance to win a jar of Smooth Operator Peanut Butter, Rip-Roaring Raspberry Preserves, and a can of Honey Roasted Peanuts, the Peanut Butter & Co. products used in this recipe!

Butternut-Maple Butter and Spiced Maple Scones

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

A couple weeks ago I was at a farmers’ market and I couldn’t help but stock up on winter squash. (Don’t blame me though…who could turn down a beautiful sugar pumpkin for $1?!) I also got a gorgeous, nearly four-pound butternut squash for under $2. And maybe the best part (even though it isn’t squash), was a huge (and I do mean huge…it was also almost four pounds!) rutabaga that I picked up for $1!

When you buy more than you can use, you’re basically at the point where a bargain is no longer a bargain. Luckily, this was not the case since all the things I bought are easy to process and preserve for later. (Even the rutabaga! I peeled it up, cubed it, flash froze it, and then packed it in freezer-safe containers for later use. But that’s a chat for later, right now we’re talking about that gorgeous butternut.)

Speaking of butternut, if you like pumpkin butter, oh boy do I have a treat for you today. (more…)

Autumnal Afternoon Tea

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

A couple weeks ago I hosted a cozy afternoon tea with an autumnal flair. It was so much fun and there was talk of making it seasonal affair, which I think is a wonderful idea! I’m going to be sharing the recipes I made throughout the next month or so, but for now I’m going to let the photos do the talking.


Cherry-Vanilla Sour Cream Scones with Vanilla Cream Spread

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Cherry-Vanilla Sour Cream Scones with Vanilla Cream Spread

I have always loved tea parties.

I remember being a little girl and playing make-believe tea time with my best dolls arranged around a little table. I’d wear a hat, gloves, dress, and high-heeled shoes spirited away from my mom’s closet…and of course I always gracefully (haha!) tripped all over the place because of the shoes and too long dress. I only served water and crackers, but with a very proper (at least to my five year old ears) British accent, it always felt nothing short of elegant. (more…)

Maple-Walnut Buckwheat Scones with Honeyed Sage Butter

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Can I let you in on a little secret?  I’m not really sure how I feel about buckwheat.  (Probably not the best way to sell you on these scones, but I have to keep it real, right?)  This was the first time I baked with it, and actually, the first time I’ve knowingly had it (other than in soba noodles, which I do enjoy).  Buckwheat is so healthy, I wanted to like it, really I did.  But it’s just so…I don’t know…grassy, maybe?

Truth be told, cardboard-y is probably a better word. (more…)

Olive Oil Scones with Cinnamon Figgie Butter

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

This month’s 5 Star Makeover theme is “Gourmet Picnic Food” in honor of upcoming Memorial Day.  Since this theme is so wide open, I had a lot of fun with it and chose a more non-traditional picnic theme:  teatime!  For my picnic, pack a thermos full of tea (spiced black tea is fantastic with these scones!), some finger sandwiches, and these Olive Oil Scones with Cinnamon Figgie Butter… (more…)

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