Posts tagged ‘scone’

April 16th, 2013

Lemony Poppy Seed Scones {with Sweet Vanilla Glaze}

by Chrissy

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One word. Zesty.

These little scones are zesty. And they have the perfect balance of sweetness.

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They are buttery and lemony tidbits of joy, glazed with a sweet vanilla drizzle. These scones are perfect for tea parties, brunches, breakfast, or a slightly sweet & sinful treat, just because.

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I love making treats for people. Nothing can beat the smile that is received, in return. Sharing homemade goods really spreads the love, and also maybe the calories, but who cares? … Read more...

July 31st, 2012

Savory Ham, Cheddar & Chive Scones

by Chrissy

It’s like your favorite omelet, egg scramble, egg sandwich…

…or Hot Pocket. Pretend, I didn’t say that. But if you can’t pretend, my only statement is that I may have looked forward to those frozen ham and cheese hot pockets, dressed in weird microwavable sleeves, for an after-school-before-soccer-practice snack.

Hey, we all do things we aren’t proud of.

I feel like my only redemption for my past indulgences was to make this savory scone.

Fresh out of the oven, these …

July 8th, 2012

Balsamic Cherry & Dark Chocolate Chunk Scones

by Chrissy


I always thought I disliked the Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia ice cream flavor.  That is Chris’s favorite flavor, which meant that when Lauren and I shipped him out on an ice cream mission, we would have to specify the flavor we wanted otherwise we knew what the default choice would be.

It wasn’t until a few months ago, that my curiosity got the best of me and I dug a spoon into the cherry and chocolate ice cream. … Read more...

June 15th, 2011

Fresh Apricot Blueberry Drop Scones

by Chrissy


So, for those of you Little Yellow Kitchen followers, you already know that my mom has four fluffy chickens. As they are pets, egg-layers, and garbage disposals, they make great friends at the Morris household…except for when I realize that there are no eggs in the fridge, and I am already sauteing veggies for the perfect omelet, to satiate my morning hunger.

It was about to get ugly. I am not a “morning person” so, at the time, … Read more...