Making your own scones is so easy with this quick and simple recipe. Make a batch to share with family and friends at the weekend. Jam first or cream? It's up to you.
Split a crumbly, lemon-infused shortcake in two, sandwich together with cream, strawberries and jam. The British take on the American classic!
Whip up a batch of these nutty savoury scones for an easy weekend treat to serve friends and family.
Stud fluffy scones with glacé cherries for easy afternoon tea bakes that the whole family will love.
These walnut and roquefort scones combine a classic flavour combination of blue cheese and walnuts with one of our favourite tea time treats. Serve warm and slathered in melting butter.
Peanut butter and jelly is a classic American flavour combination. This combined with an English classic to make peanut butter and jelly scones is sure to be a new favourite.
In this take on the classic afternoon tea treat, we use American-style buttermilk shortcake which is a cousin of the scone. The filling is a simple blueberry compote and mascarpone cream.
Authentic Wensleydale is only made at the Wensleydale Creamery in Yorkshire. Make these scones for a quick, savoury snack – they'll become a crowd favourite in no time.
American shortcakes are more like scones than biscuits. Usually filled with strawberries and cream these pink rhubarb ones make for a great British twist.
Our freezable cheese scones take just 30 minutes to bake and make a great emergency snack that cooks straight from frozen. The toasted walnuts give them a little extra crunch.
Manchego cheese and smoked paprika give these bite-sized scones a very grown-up twist. Serve them with your favourite meal or just simply have them on their own for a quick snack.
Savoury scones make a great alternative to serve for an afternoon tea with some good cheese and chutney. These ones are flavoured with sage and given extra texture from grated apple.
This savoury scone recipe is easy to make and ready in under an hour. Whether you're expecting guests or want to treat a loved one, this spring onion scone with cheshire and mustard is perfect for entertaining and an easy sharer.
Scones for starters? Greg Marchand of Frenchie in Covent Garden gives us the secret to his light and fluffy scones infused with maple syrup and studded with smoked bacon.