Biscuits have to be one of my top comfort foods. Growing up, we served these beauties fresh from the oven and served them with a warm bowl of soup or stew. I recently made these Irish Cheddar Buttermilk Biscuits to go with a big batch of Broccoli Potato Soup on a Sunday afternoon, and both…
Blueberry Lemon Scones
Nothing will impress your guests (or yourself) more than pulling a fresh batch of Blueberry Lemon Scones out of the oven for breakfast! Fresh blueberries and lemon zest add an irresistible freshness to this easy recipe.
Pumpkin is incredible. Seriously. Not only is it a nutrition powerhouse (full of fibre and beta carotene), it is ridiculously versatile. Is there anything this vegetable can’t do? Soups, donuts, pie, risotto, muffins, waffles, ice cream… and now scones.
Apple Cinnamon Scones
Cozy up with these homemade apple cinnamon scones! These biscuits are the hug we all need right now, on a plate. Just add a cup of tea and you’re set.
Light and fluffy homemade biscuits warm out of the oven – comfort food doesn’t get any better than this! Seriously, if you want to impress your family (and yourself), make these biscuits! Served with a hot bowl of soup or stew, you’ll be the most popular person in the house – which means a…
Peaches & Cream Scones
These Peaches and Cream Scones are probably the coziest way to use up the last of those peaches – and are such a fun weekend baking project! I’ve been making scones since I was 14 years old, so when I picked up a flat of peaches from Paynters, I didn’t think twice before making a…
Raspberry Lemon Scones
Freshly made scones are one surefire way to impress your guests and this Raspberry Lemon Scone version is sooo pretty! If you’re still contemplating ways to spoil your mom this Mother’s Day, may we suggest baking a batch of these?
Whole Wheat Plum Scones (dairy free option)
When you have a plum tree in your backyard and a penchant for baking, things like plum scones seem inevitable. Zero complaints over here, our whole street smells like magic! Keep reading if this sounds like your ‘jam’.