When you're checking out the breakfast options at your local bakery or coffee shop, scones are a given. Somewhere between biscuit and muffin — with a delicately crusty exterior, and tender, light crumb within — scones have become part of the morning ritual for many: grab your travel mug and a scone, and hit the road. Wedge-shaped or round, filled with chocolate, or even savory (bacon-cheddar, anyone?), scones are surprisingly simple to make — and irresistible.
Pumpkin Cake Doughnuts
If you're going to bake just ONE THING this month (or this week, or today – choose your preferred frequency)... Let it be these cinnamon-y pumpkin doughnuts. As a test baker here at King Arthur Flour, I clearly do a lot of baking. And I enjoy most of it. Oh sure, there's the odd failure now and then. But on those occasions I simply sigh, walk out back to the treeline, and leave what's sure to be a nice meal for the squirrels, birds, and other scavengers who might appreciate a change from…
Fresh Apple Cinnamon Scones
There's nothing like fresh, hot apple scones on a chilly Sunday morning in October – especially when you're feeding a crowd. Make and shape them the night before, stick in the freezer, bake early the next morning, and Bob's your uncle – by the time your house guests emerge from their respective beds, breakfast is ready. Of course, it helps if you remember to PUT THE SCONES ON THE TABLE. The pumpkin doughnuts, too.
Homemade burger buns with step by step video
No fail, easy to make 6 ingredients homemade burger buns with a secret ingredient to keep them soft and fluffy longer. You will never buy burger buns from the store once you try these!
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Here at King Arthur Flour's Baker's Hotline we hear a common lament from frugal sourdough bakers: “Why do I have to throw out so much sourdough starter every time I feed it? Isn’t there a way to avoid all this waste?”
The BEST Glazed Lemon Blueberry Scones
Moist and flavorful, sweet and tangy, these Lemon Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glaze are definitely my best scone recipe!
Cream Tea Scones
These scones couldn't be more basic — or more delicious. Simply stir together flour, sugar, salt, leavening, vanilla, and enough cream to make a cohesive dough. Pat into circles, cut into wedges, chill, bake — and enjoy ultra-tender, warm "cream tea" scones, perfect with butter and fresh preserves.