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.

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.

Delicious ingredients mixed until light and fluffy, then chilled.
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!

2 thoughts on “Scone Butter

  1. The scone butter was lovely how long will it keep when refrigeration or is it best just to Mack what I need at a time


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