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These Lemon Cranberry Scones studded with dried cranberries are topped with a lemon glaze; a perfect Sunday morning treat.

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Lemon Cranberry Scones

Freshly baked scones and a hot cup of tea, is my idea of the perfect cozy Sunday morning. If you’re a scone lover like me, you may also enjoy these blueberry scones and these chocolate chip scones!

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These scones are great right out of the oven, the lemon zest and lemon glaze are a must here! If you don’t like to buy buttermilk, you can use the powdered buttermilk which lasts a long time in the pantry. Simply follow the directions for making buttermilk so you have the correct amount of liquid for this recipe.

For perfect scones, be careful not to over-knead the dough and be sure your butter is chilled. Leftovers can be stored in air-tight containers for up to two days. I’ve tried these using all whole wheat flour but I prefer to use a blend…

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