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Blueberry Scones Recipe from Scratch

Blueberry scones are the best companion to your tea or coffee, why not make some tender and flavorful scones this morning? It hardly takes a few minutes. Take advantage of those juicy fresh blueberries and make an awesome breakfast using this blueberry scone recipe. 

Close shot of blueberry scone.


I love scones and that’s no secret. I find them to be a royal treat. Savory or sweet they’re just amazing. All you have to do is get your fresh ingredients ready, don’t over mix your dough, and there you have it, the perfect scones.

The recipe I’m sharing with you today has no eggs. These scones are crunchy from outside, buttery, tender, and light from inside.

Don’t mistake scones with biscuits; scones have tender crumbs almost like cake. Biscuits have layers and are flaky. Some will argue that both are the same but originated from different places.

I am not here to argue about scones vs. biscuits. I’m here to share a delicious blueberry scones recipe with you!

blueberry scone served in a plate.

How to Make Blueberry Scones?

To make a mouth-watering blueberry scone, you will need flour, sugar, baking powder, vanilla or another flavoring, butter, milk or cream; I sometimes use evaporated milk if I’m short on milk.

You don’t have to use fresh blueberries for this recipe, but if you are using frozen blueberries make sure that they are not bleeding otherwise, the scones won’t look appealing, and the scones will get mushy.

butter and flour in a bowl.

Milk added to the blueberry scone dough

Raw blueberry scone dough ready to be baked.

Blueberry scone fresh out of the oven.

Can I Make Blueberry Scones Ahead of Time?

The best thing about blueberry scones is that it is a time and a life saver. You can prepare the dough, cut it in slices or any shape you want, place it in a zip-top bag and freeze it up to two months when you are ready to bake the scone, place them at a countertop for an hour and then bake the scones. It will take longer to bake since some part of it might still be frozen.

In case of baked scone, place the scones in a zip-top bag and leave at room temp for up to three days, or you can freeze them instead. To heat the scones, place them in the microwave for 10 – 11 seconds.

Blueberry scone ready to be eaten.

Be it scones or biscuits; both can be tasteless and dry if overbaked, therefore make sure that you are baking the scones at the right temperature. Keep an eye on the scones while baking, they turn golden quickly and from there can get dry fast.

Let’s make breakfast!

Over head shot of blueberry scones.

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  1. Gorgeous scones! A simply wonderful treat, esp. after a long day!
    Have a great Sunday, Muna!

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  3. Her collection of hard-to-find varieties of dried mushrooms would be great to cook with. Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. The organic honeydew melons look great!

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  6. Organic cantaloupe sounds perfect to pair with homemade vanilla bean ice cream.

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  8. The edible flowers look awesome. And so do those scones!

  9. I would love to try some of those chili peppers! (And those scones – thanks for posting the recipe!)

  10. Love the recipe you shared. Just printed it off so I can head to the kitchen to make some. I visited Melissa’s site and the Rambutans definately caught my eye. Had those when I was in CA and they were wonderful. Can’t find them around here. Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway.

  11. scones looks very ymmy

  12. Gorgeous scones!
    Visited Melissa’s website: love Tamarillo!
    Thanks, great giveaway!

  13. Perfect looking scones, Muna! And awesome giveaway too! I visited Melissa’s site. Would love to try their Strawberry Papaya and Rambutan…

  14. Hi Tina, thanks for the kind words dear 😉

  15. I have never actually tried making scones, but these sound wonderful. This would be a perfect recipe for when we go blueberry picking!