Recipes

Scone Butter

We had a summer brunch the other weekend and I made scones and scone butter. We had a great time with several friends who play and enjoy watching tennis. The occasion was our second annual Wimbledon brunch. I selected Wimbledon inspired foods for the brunch table.

Here is the recipe.

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English Toffee Scones were enhanced with my recipe for scone butter. So good!

Scone Butter

1/2 cup unsalted sweet cream butter at room temperature

1 tbs honey

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tbs of grated lemon peel ( I used the peel from one lemon)

Add all ingredients to a mixing bowl and beat with electric mixer until light and fluffy. Chill for 30 minutes before serving. I chilled the butter in a small glass jar and put an ingredient tag on the jar for my guests to read.

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Delicious ingredients mixed until light and fluffy, then chilled.
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Scone Butter is wonderful on toast, biscuits, scones, or on a baguette slice.

I hope you enjoy a relaxing morning with something freshly baked and a little scone butter to top it off!

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