Scones

Light, tender scones are a real treat when you want to curl up with a warm mug of tea or coffee. And you can make yours savory or sweet to pair equally well with bacon and eggs or homemade jam. Food & Wine's guide includes recipes like these sugared lemon-rosemary scones or these mouth-watering ice cinnamon buns scones. You'll find tips for making the process easier if you're not a natural baker and techniques for creating the best texture.

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13 Scone Recipes to Master

Scones are delicious sweet or savory, and luckily, we have recipes for both. Justin Chapple’s double-lemon version is a play on lemon-poppy seed cakes; date scones from chefs Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook are paired with fleur de sel whipped butter for a sweet-salty flavor. We also have sugared lemon-rosemary scones, ginger-molasses scones, and more—read on to find your next weekend baking project.
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Ginger-Molasses Scones

“These scones are basically my excuse to eat gingerbread for breakfast,” says Claire Ptak of Violet, a cult London bakery. She adds whole-wheat flour and molasses for a rich and hearty flavor. Slideshow: More Breakfast Pastry Recipes
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Sugared Lemon-Rosemary Scones

These tender, fragrant scones are especially easy to make because you roll the dough into a log, then slice. Slideshow: More Breakfast Pastries
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Bannock Scones with Three Butters

Bannock may traditionally be a heavy flatbread, but in the hands of chef Paul Berglund it becomes a tender, fluffy scone. Slideshow: More Bread and Biscuit Recipes
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Glazed Lemon-Ginger Scones

Aimee Olexy’s lemony, cream-based scones are light, moist and laced with pieces of chewy candied ginger. Slideshow: Terrific Breakfast Pastries
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