The fresh baked scone with jam and cream is an Aussie favourite. Whether you prefer a sweet scone or a savoury scone, there is something here for everyone. Try a cheese or olive scone for a twist on the classic, or stick to your favourites with a pumpkin or lemonade scone.
A fresh take on the old English classic (and they’re completely vegan).
This basic scones recipe uses only three ingredients to make. Serve with jam and cream.
Gluten-free blueberry and white chocolate scones
These decadent gluten-free blueberry and white chocolate scones are the perfect accompaniment for morning or afternoon tea – simply divine!
These light and fluffy scones are made without butter to create a beautiful morning tea treat with less fat. Serve them warm with a slice of sweet jam for a beautiful treat.
Mini choc chip hot cross scones
A super fast and easy recipe for classic hot cross scones with the distinctive chocolate cross on top.
Cranberry oatmeal and cinnamon scones
White chocolate and blueberry scones
How do you improve on the classic scone? Add blueberries and white chocolate, of course.
Parsley and chive scones
Sun-dried tomato scones
Pumpkin and date scones
Pistachio and rosewater scones
Give your scones a delicate twist
Hot cross bun scones
Combine the moist, crumbly texture of homemade scones with the fruity flavours and spices of hot cross buns.
Apple and cinnamon scones
With chunks of apple and a sprinkle of cinnamon, these quick and easy scones are the perfect way to jazz up your morning tea. Best served warm with jam and cream.
Smoky cheddar & mustard scones
Hot marmalade scones
Brushed with a honey glaze, these citrusy scones are heavenly served straight out of the oven with a hot pot of tea waiting.
Honey wholemeal scones
Goats’ cheese scones
Sage pastrami scones
Cardamom marmalade scones
Blueberry ginger scones
Added sweet bursts of blueberry and delicately flavoured with ginger for a gorgeous twist on the classic scone.
American cheese scones
These molten hot cheese scones are perfect for a hungry crowd.
Cheesy pumpkin scones
These traditional pumpkin scones with a cheesy twist are perfect for morning or afternoon tea.
Sticky date scones
Give your regular afternoon-tea fare a sweet lift with these sticky date scones. The butterscotch sauce adds a deliciously luscious note to this decadent treat. Enjoy.
Apricot and almond scones
Bursts of sweetness from dried apricot and added crunch from slivered almond gives these scones an extra boost.
Nothing beats hot, freshly baked scones served with jam and whipped cream.
This gluten-free recipe uses mashed potato and gluten-free flour to create a light and fluffy scone.
These light, fluffy scones with the added sweetness of dates are perfect for a morning or afternoon snack.
Jam and cream is optional here but we know how we like to eat ours!
If you have any leftover cooked pumpkin, you’re well on your way to a delicious plate of these traditional pumpkin scones. We’ve used a simple, basic recipe here. Sometimes the original really is the best.
Gluten-free scones No need to stay away from scones any more if you follow a gluten-free diet. These fluffy bombs use xantham gum to recreate the comforting textures of scones that we all love
Lemonade scones Crumbly and soft, these scones are a perfect base for other flavours to make white chocolate, date scones, or coconut scones.
Gem scones Old-fashioned cast gem irons are available from specialty cookware shops or second-hand shops give these gem scones a distinctive shape.
Spinach & cheese monster scones
Spinach & cheese monster scones Spinach and cheese go together perfectly in this Popeye approved version
Date, walnut and banana scones
Date, walnut and banana scones Packed full of sweet dates, bananas and walnuts. They’re perfect for the kids lunches, or served warm with cream at any afternoon tea.
Spiced apple scones
Spiced apple scones Try something a little different with this spiced apple version.
Goat’s cheese scones
Goat’s cheese scones Crumbled goats cheese and chives gives these savoury scones their distinctive flavour.
Basic scones This basic scones recipe uses only three ingredients to make. Serve with jam and cream.
Sultana scones These wholemeal scones are sweetened with sultanas and served with low fat ricotta for a healthier twist
Coconut scones You can find it in almost everything now, so why not add some coconut to your scones. Its delicate flavour works well served with jam and cream or plain butter.
Cheese scones Add cheese and cayenne pepper for a savoury twist to these scones. Best served warm with chive butter.
Spiced pumpkin scones
Spiced pumpkin scones Pumpkin adds a subtle flavour and texture to these fluffy scones. The hint of spices will ensure your kitchen smells amazing while baking