Recipe by ANGELSTAR
"These are so delicious they just melt in your mouth! They have a bakery back home that has these amazing lemon scones that I was addicted to. Through much trial and error I think I've got them!"
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1 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
cold butter, cut into pieces
2 1/2 teaspoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
2 1/2 tablespoons
water, or as needed
If you love lemon, you must try these scones. You will love them. They have the perfect texture and a fabulous lemon flavor. I’m lazy, so I used my food processor to cut the butter into the flour mixture, and then added the liquid mixture through the shoot. Fast and easy, just be sure you don’t over process. This is a keeper.
Had to make numerous adjustments to this recipe. I doubled it with allrecipes automatic feature, and the dough was super wet--had to add almost a cup of flour extra. The flavor is not very lemony. I made the glaze, cutting that in half, and before I added all the butter it was almost too thin--no milk was needed at all. With the icing, the flavor was more lemon, and the texture of the finished scones was very nice--not too dry.
These were very good. They turned out very soft, almost cake-like. It isn't precisely what I was expecting but they are tasty!
I made these as directed last night. They came out perfect! Had a hard time finding just lemon scones, then I found this gem. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!
Yummy, I have to make at least 2 sometimes 3 batches, or else they're all gone in an hour. I follow the recipe for the scones as is except that I use whole wheat flour. I still prefer my old recipe for the lemon glaze ( 1 1/2 cup icing sugar, 2 tbsp lemon juice, and add hot water- til liquid enough to brush on.)
These are delicious! I made them for my friends birthday and we could not stop eating them! I followed the directions exactly and they turned out better then expected. The were light, crumbly, and very flavorful. There was plenty pf extra glaze which i put on some extra cookies i had lying around, and it was scrumptious!
I loved the texture and flavor; they rose nicely in the oven and were delicious warm. Easy and fast to make; ready to eat before you know it. I'd like a bit more intensity in the lemon flavor in the scones and frosting.
Either halve the frosting recipe or double the batch of scones! There was more than enough to slather on every bite and we still had leftover frosting. We ran out of scones way too soon.
We can't eat a lot of real sugar. Made the scones with splenda and they came out fine. The real sugar frosting was too sweet for us. Next time I'll try a sweetened lemon butter with zest in it instead of frosting; or a lemon-flavored cream cheese frosting. We can use splenda since sugar isn't the main ingredient.
All Recipes Cranberry Scones By Anne DeCosta has a great butter recipe that should adapt to lemon zest and splenda.
Even though we can't eat the sugar, as is, Angelstar's Amazing Lemon Scones recipe is 5 star. This would be lovely for Christmas breakfast or for a ladies tea. Then by all means make all the frosting and serve the extra "on the side."
So good and so easy! The glaze really makes these scones - don't just drizzle it, frost them with it! I think my lemon juice might have been old, so I added about a tsp of lemon extract to the scone mixture as well as the glaze and it was perfect. I myself am not a lemon fan but my husband is and we both enjoyed these. A great brunch or dessert scone.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Amazing Lemon Scones
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 185
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