Whether classic or with a new flavour twist, we've got all the scone recipes you'll need.
Make Mother's Day extra-special this year. These raspberry scones are made with pink lemonade for a fabulously fluffy texture. Serve with jam and a generous dollop of cream for a sweet treat mum will love.
A classic, crumbly scone is the pinnacle of afternoon tea, and this vegan scone recipe means that everyone can still enjoy them. Flavoured with a hint of lemon and served with a generous dollop of coconut cream, just add your favourite fruit or jam for the
These blueberry and oat scones are gluten-free and vegan! Serve warm with a generous slather of butter.
A festive bake that everyone can enjoy, these vegan scones are gluten-free and dairy-free. We love them served with a dollop of fruity compote and creamy coconut yogurt on the side.
These easy lemon and poppy seed scones are gluten and dairy-free
These gluten-free fruit scones are studded with sweet sultanas. Topped with a sprinkle of demerara sugar and serve with a generous spoonful of jam and clotted cream
These gluten-free scones are made with fresh raspberries and creamy buttermilk
A dairy-free, gluten-free alternative to classic scones so you don't have to miss out on one of life's best teatime treats. Punchy Cheddar gives these scones an irresistible flavour, topped off with dairy-free cream cheese spread and sprinkled with fresh chives.
Enjoy an easy cream tea with a twist
There isn't a combo quite like pulled pork and sweet, jammy caramelised onions - so why not mix up into a swirled scone?
These vegan alternatives to pulled pork scones may cut out the meat, but one thing's for sure is that the big, bold flavours remain
A British take on pulled pork sliders, these scones are perfect for drawing in a crowd
These gorgeous zesty orange and cinnamon scones are perfect for an afternoon treat or with a spot of tea
Treat your party guests to these delicious savoury dill scones topped with a generous dollop of creamy horseradish cream and salmon flakes
This savoury scone recipe with maple-bacon and spring onions is really easy to make – perfect for weekend baking ahead of a picnic
Sweet and mild spring onions and sharp cheddar make for a great taste combo - add smoked salmon and soft cheese to bring this snack to the next level
These mouthwatering apple scones are light yet hearty and the most flavourful of the bunch
These delicious blueberry scones are surprisingly simple to make – the perfect afternoon tea treat. Go on, get your bake on!
Made using sweet potatoes, these gluten-free scones are an ideal light afternoon treat
The rich flavours of Red Leicester cheese and salty Marmite are a match made in heaven in these delicious scones
Supersize your scones into this giant scone cake recipe for the ultimate afternoon tea. Using ready-made scone mix means this showstopper bake is ready in no time, waiting to be filled with soft whipped cream and fresh strawberries for an easy bake.
Savoury picnic snacks don't come much better than this - a tasty twist on traditional scones that makes the most of three delicious cheeses
Not your average scone recipe – these Cosmo cocktail-inspired bakes are topped with a cranberry compote and flavoured with orange and lime for a delicious spin on the afternoon tea classic.
Give your scones a savoury twist and they'll become the perfect sidekick for any soup
Give buttery scones a seasonal makeover with crème de cassis cream and tart autumnal blackberries
Everyone needs a tried and true scone recipe as part of their cooking repertoire, especially if you’re British. This classic version is light and airy, thanks to the addition of natural yogurt, with an egg wash glaze.
Afternoon tea wouldn't be complete without a buttery batch of scones. This simple recipe uses buttermilk in the scone dough for extra flavour, and scatters the tops of the scones with sugar for a golden, crunchy finish.
Nothing says afternoon tea like scones. These fruity scones take less than 30 minutes to make from start to finish, while zingy blueberries and tasty clotted cream are used to make the actual scones. Serve with more cream and berries, and jam, if you like.
Afternoon tea isn't complete without scones. Bake our classic fruit scones recipe for light, fluffy scones studded with plenty of sultanas and mixed fruit before making the big decision - will you add jam first or cream first?
Scones don't always have to be served with jam and cream. This teatime treat brings out the flavour of another classic British favourite, Cheddar, and once baked and served warm with a smear of butter these savoury cheese and herb scones will be hard to resist.
A citrus-heavy, zesty treat for family and friends to enjoy, this recipe for lemon scones with clotted cream is a pleasant twist on the classic scone. Lemon curd takes the place of strawberry jam in this perfect summer's day bake.
A lovely savoury twist on the traditional scone, these pesto-laden scones would make a fine addition to any staid afternoon tea. We'd recommended eating them when they're warm and fresh out the oven. No cream or jam necessary.
Need to use up some potatoes? Then take some inspiration from Scotland with these tattie scones. Usually enjoyed as part of a fry-up, we think they're great whatever you have them with. Simple and super-tasty.