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Glazed Cinnamon Scones Recipe

Glazed Cinnamon Scones

When Angela from The Coupon Project emailed me the link to her Cinnamon Scone Recipe, I immediately knew I wanted to try it! And I knew it would be the perfect addition to our Christmas Brunch.

While Kaitlynn and Silas were taking their afternoon naps, Kathrynne and I had fun whipping these up. She’s getting old enough to really be a help in the kitchen and it’s fun to have her work alongside me — and end up actually getting more done, than just having extra messes to clean up! :)

After mixing up the scone ingredients (see below), roll these out to about half an inch thick and eight inches in circumference. There’s no need to do it perfect; I believe the beauty of homemade scones is that each one has a little bit of personality!

Put onto a greased baking sheet. Or, get smarter than me and roll it out on the greased baking sheet so you don’t have to mess with the transfer! Slice like a pizza into eight pieces (or more, if you prefer smaller scones).

Brush with beaten egg whites, sprinkle with cinnamon and turbinado and bake.

Once baked, drizzle with the glaze and serve. These are one of the best scones I’ve ever tasted — flaky, soft and beautifully delicious!

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  1. says

    First of all, I recently found your blog and just love it!

    Then, I saw this recipe and thought we would give it a try. Delicious! And 5 out of 5 family members want me to make it again!

  2. A.S. says

    I read this recipe a few days ago and thought that it would be perfect for a family brunch that we held this morning. My husband ended up making them, as I was preparing other items, and they came out perfectly. My husband is not a recipe deviator, so he followed every step to the letter. I wish that we had made two batches, as the first was one gone almost immediately. Because I love walnuts/pecans on everything, I sprinked some on my portion. Thanks for a fantastic recipe – it’s a keeper.

  3. Amy says

    Thank you so much for this recipe. I made these today and they were awesome! I replaced the vanilla extract with almond

  4. Brooke says

    Thank you so much for posting this recipe! I just made them and they’re fantastic! Even my husband likes them (which is saying a lot, lol)!!! Thanks again!

  5. says

    I saw that someone had mentioned the self rising.
    Using the baking powder and baking soda does the job of rising the scones and I have used very cold butter, but when mixing, put the ingredients together right away, the cold butter gives it that light flaky texture.

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