Savory scones are the perfect addition to an afternoon tea, or as a side for a soup or chili.
Savory scones without cheese can be made with sundried tomatoes, bacon, or fresh herbs to give them their vibrant flavor.
Classic English Style Scones
Classic scones are buttery and flakey. They are usually served with clotted cream and jam for a creamy and fruity treat for afternoon tea.
Classic scones are buttery and flakey scones. You can eat them with a little bit more butter spread onto them if desired.
Sundried Tomato Herb Scones
Sundried tomato herb scones are made using a combination of fresh herbs like basil, chives, oregano, and rosemary.
You can use all of them, or just one if you’re going for a specific flavoring for your savory scones.
Sundried tomato herb scones go well with soups, or pasta as a side dish.
Everything Bagel Scones
Everything bagel scones taste just like an everything bagel! They look just as intriguing as well.
Everything bagel scones are made by adding chives, minced garlic, pepper, and onion powder to scone dough.
The scones are shaped and placed on a baking sheet, and then they are brushed with a bit of heavy cream on the top.
The everything bagel spice mixture is sprinkled onto the heavy cream of the scone, and then baked in the oven.
The scones will come out golden brown, and smell savory and aromatic!
Cranberry and Rosemary Scones
Cranberry and rosemary scones are made with dried cranberries which make them have a little bit of a sweeter finish to them.
Fresh rosemary is added to the scone dough to add an aromatic herb flavor, which compliments the dried cranberries well.
You can serve cranberry and rosemary scones as a side dish with dinner, or as a snack in the afternoon.
Sweet Potato Sage Scones
Sweet potato sage scones are made using mashed up cooked sweet potatoes and fresh sage.
Sweet potatoes have sweet undertones, making these scones extra tasty.
The sage gives a rich, savory flavor to these delicious scones.
You can serve sweet potato sage scones with roast chicken or turkey dinner. They work as a side for dinnertime.
Bacon Jalapeno Scones
Bacon jalapeno scones have a spicy and savory flavoring to them.
The jalapeno is cut into small pieces, so as to not be too overwhelming with spice. The bacon compliments the jalapeno well with its mesmerizing flavor.
Bacon jalapeno scones go well alongside chili, soups, or roasted meats as a side dish.
Parsnip scones have grated parsnips put right into the scone dough. You don’t need much for it to have that earthy flavor.
Parsnip scones go well with hot soup, like tomato soup or potato and leek soup.
You can serve it as a side with butter, or you can dip your scones right into the soup.