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BEST LUCIOUS LEMON POPPY SEED SCONES

BEST LUCIOUS LEMON POPPY SEED SCONES

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Thank you for stopping by and checking out these lemon poppy seed scones.  If you love lemon or scones, I am so glad you landed here. 

These Lemon Poppy Seed Scones make me happy with a huge burst of lemon flavor.  They include fresh lemon juice and lemon zest.  The icing is just a bonus burst of lemon flavor.  What is my problem with scones?

#Lemon Poppy seed #Scones Full of flavor and delicious. #breakfast

#Lemon Poppy seed #Scones Full of flavor and delicious. #breakfast

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8 Responses to BEST LUCIOUS LEMON POPPY SEED SCONES

  1. Hi, I can’t wait to try these for my Christmas Tea Party this Friday… I am just in awe though. I have never grated butter for scones. I was always told that it’s the butter chunks that make the scone… Just confused.. Thank you

    • Janet,

      Thank you for stopping by Recipes for our Daily Bread. I am thankful you found my lemon poppy seed scones. I love scones and have lots of scone recipes on my blog including Lemon Blueberry, Orange Poppy Seed, Orange Cranberry and more. I found the grated butter trick years ago from watching Food Network make biscuits. Since, scones are a kicked up biscuit I use the shredded butter in them. The butter is more evenly dispersed in the biscuits. It is has butter chunks in the flour but you do not have to work hard to cut the butter into the flour. Put the butter in the freezer before grating it. It will be easier to grate and stay harder longer. You can make these biscuits up early cut them out and place them into the refrigerator or simply put them in the oven as soon as you cut them out. If they sit out, they will spread out more in the oven.

      Let me know how your scones turn out.
      Have a terrific Christmas season.
      Many many blessings,
      Diane Roark
      http://recipesforourdailybread.com/orange-cranberry-scones/
      Check out my travel ideas at http://ouramericantravels.com/
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  2. I make these all the time, they are always a huge hit. I also drizzle a little lemon juice/powdered sugar glaze across the top, the little extra hit of lemon and sugar just really makes them. Delicious.

  3. I love your trick, hey a mom’s gotta do what a mom’s gotta do! Your scones look amazing and your tips here are really great. I must give these a try soon for my dil father who’s family is from England. He will love this. Thank you so much for sharing. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow
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