How to Make Glaze for Scones

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Glaze for scones is easy to make using a simple base glaze scone recipe.

You can make this glaze for scones into any flavor you like.

Start by adding 90 ml of liquid in a medium sized bowl. You can use milk (vanilla glaze, tea glaze, spiced glaze), lemon juice (lemon glaze), orange juice (orange glaze), etc.

Add 1 tsp of flavoring like vanilla extract, lemon zest, orange zest or tea leaves.

If you’re wanting a spiced glaze, add only 1/2 tsp of spices to the glaze for flavoring. Mix the flavoring into your liquid ingredient.

Slowly begin to add 3 cups of powdered to your liquid ingredients. It’s easiest to remove the clumps of powdered sugar with a whisk.

Whisk vigorously until your scone glaze is smooth.

Check its consistency, if you’re wanting the scone glaze a bit thicker, add 1 tbsp of powdered sugar.

If you’re wanting the scone glaze thinner, add a small amount 1-2 tsps of liquid (milk, lemon juice, orange juice).

Once the scones have cooled to room temperature, use a spoon to place the scone glaze on top of the scones.

You can drizzle the scone glaze, or cover the scone fully. This scone glaze recipe is enough to fully covery 12 scones with glaze.

How to Make Glaze for Scones

Another option is to make a vanilla scone glaze and drizzle it on the top of your scones.

Add a sprinkle of lavender, chocolate chips, sliced almonds, or walnuts for a beautiful finish to your scones.

The scone glaze will harden onto the scones, making it easy to stack them when you’re ready to store them.

How to Make Glaze for Scones