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Top Rated Scone Recipes

Adding fresh, tart cranberries to these scones makes them a true fall treat. Like traditional British tea cakes these are only lightly sweetened; they’re perfect slathered with butter or fruit preserves.Scones are best served the day that they are baked. Even if you store them in an airtight container, they’ll soften and lose their crisp exterior. Bake these the day you plan to eat them or freeze them for up to 1 month, wrapped tightly in plastic wrap.
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Leek and Onion Scones
Irish chef Catherine Fulvio shares her recipe for savory scones with wilted leeks, onions, and Dubliner cheese. Watch Fulvio's demo here.
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Scones are said to have originated in Scotland in the early 1500s. Legend has it that Scottish kings were once crowned at the Stone of Destiny (or Scone), and that’s how this single-serving quick bread got its name. It seems odd that such a flaky, moist taste treat would be named after a rock! A little denser than a biscuit, these bonny brownie scones are delicious with coffee or tea and a welcome addition to a holiday brunch.Recipe excerpted from Sheila G’s Butter & Chocolate: 101 Creative Sweets and Treats Using Brownie Batter by Sheila G. Mains, creator of Brownie Brittle. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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Almond Scones
It's not often I make a batch of scones, but when I do, it always feels special — biting into a warm scone that just popped out of the oven is somehow unforgettable. What prompted me to create this recipe, though, was having bitten into one too many heavy, door-step-looking scones from a local bakery. I came home one day, hell-bent on making the lightest, crumbliest scones ever. It took a few tries, but I can honestly say that this recipe yields the fluffiest scones I've ever tasted! So indulge yourself now and then, and make a batch of these irresistibly crumbly morsels.
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Currant Scones
In Britain, these are tea time favorites, but in the States, we like them for breakfast, too. Just follow this recipe and you'll get flaky, buttery scones that are excellent partners with your finest jams. 
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This dessert uses flax seeds, which are high in protein and fiber. In addition, the flax seeds add more texture to the soft raspberries.  Click here to see the 10 Dessert Recipes for Diabetics (Slideshow)
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Banana Bread Scone
Make these breakfast banana bread scones ahead of time and simply reheat them when you wake up in the morning.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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Designed with the candida diet in mind, these bite-sized blueberry scones are a perfect way to indulge a craving for sweet breakfast treats without risking your health. Made with coconut flour, stevia, and just enough blueberry, these sugar-free, gluten-free scones are sure to put a smile on your face. Click here to see the story on the candida diet
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Pumpkin Cranberry Scones
For those of you with Thanksgiving on the mind (or the extended weekend that brings all sorts of invited, and uninvited guests along with it), keep this recipe from Culinary Content Network blogger, Civilized Caveman Cooking, on hand for a delicious and flavorful breakfast or holiday-themed snack. 
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This dish would be a favorite of Countess Cora’s to offer to her younger guests with their tea. While visitors such as the Dowager Countess might prefer less flavorful options, these scones would give a needed variety — not to mention flavor — to a meal that most of Cora’s guests would have experienced on a daily basis.
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scones
These scones are the perfect morning indulgence — they're cheesy, buttery, and flaky with just a hint of sweetness.
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Using just a few ingredients, this recipe is a quick and easy way to whip out elegant chocolate scones infused with the fruity essence of oranges.
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