Fruit scone recipes

    Perfect buttered warm from the oven, we have irresistible fruit scone recipes to enjoy with tea. Find recipes for scones studded with currants, raisins or sultanas, as well as blueberry scones, cherry scones and more.

    39 recipes



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    32 reviews

    A light and fluffy treat to go with afternoon tea, that's quick and easy to make.

    Recipe by: mymommydearest

    8 reviews

    A very easy way to make fantastic rock cakes for everyone to enjoy. This mix will make approximately 8 buns.

    Recipe by: Moose-Cake

    6 reviews

    Fruit and spice and all things nice! These little buns don't have to look perfect which makes it a lot easier. They'll be eaten up in no time too.

    Recipe by: nisacke

    7 reviews

    Have made several scone recipes in the past but decided to 'tweak' the basic recipe by adding single cream and milk to make them really yummy!

    Recipe by: loulou48

    6 reviews

    This is a healthier and simple version of a classic scone recipe. It is completely vegan! The dried fruit is not optional as you need it to increase sweetness and moisture. Try anything from raisins and sultanas to mango and cranberries.

    Recipe by: SunnyCat

    360 reviews

    This has a terrific aroma and taste. These scones are perfect for tea.

    Recipe by: Carol

    6 reviews

    A fantastic recipe to make after a family blueberry picking outing. Enjoy warm or cold with cream and jam.

    Recipe by: Hanni

    132 reviews

    Serve these scones warm with clotted cream and strawberry jam.

    Recipe by: BIANCA123

    24 reviews

    These fruited scones have a little cinnamon and nutmeg added, to give them a little oomph. They are also made with 50% wholemeal flour. Be sure to handle the dough as little as possible, to ensure a light and fluffy scone.

    Recipe by: Carol

    606 reviews

    These scones are perfect for afternoon tea. They are light and fluffy. The trick is not to overwork the dough. Overworking the dough will result in a tough and rubbery scone. Serve with butter, clotted cream and jam.

    Recipe by: FRIENDLYFOOD

    2 / 5

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