I’ve gotten in the habit of making breakfast most Saturday mornings. I like to keep it fairly simple but still love to try new recipes. Unfortunately though, I have a really bad habit of not planning this breakfast out in advance. Plus, I have a tendency to sleep to late/waste time on the internet on Saturday mornings. So this usually seems to leave me a few ingredients and a lot of time short of what I want to make.
However, this scone recipe fits the bill for being quick and using pantry ingredients. I have been wanting to make scones for a while because they seem so fun – they have the texture of a biscuit but they’re a little sweeter. These scones were just perfect. Just a hint of sweetness + all the blueberry goodness and then on top of that a wonderful lemon glaze. I like a little more lemon glaze on mine than the hubby did, but we both like these blueberry scones.
I did take another picture to demonstrate how to cut the scone into 8ths (like a rectangle pie, basically), but my camera has this terrible habit of occasionally malfunctioning and deleting whatever pictures I took most recently. Really. I should have checked to make sure the pictures were there, but I trusted my camera.
Oh well. If you need more step-by-step help, check out For the Love of Cooking blog where I found this recipe. (link below)
For the glaze:
1 cup powdered sugar