Strawberry Scone Recipe with Lemon Glaze

This Strawberry Scone Recipe with Lemon Glaze is wonderful breakfast or brunch treat. Sweet from the strawberries with a slight tang from the lemon glaze!

Strawberry Scone Recipe with Lemon Glaze | thewickednoodle.com

I am forever on the lookout for the perfect scone recipe. Scones are something I could eat every morning for the rest of my life but only when they’re tender and soft. Far too many are dry and flavorless making them something I’d rather use as a door stop. But this scone recipe? This scone recipe comes out just the way I love them every time.

These strawberry scones are soft with a tender crumb, not too sweet with a wonderful strawberry flavor. The glaze adds sweetness, too, so don’t skip it as they won’t be sweet enough without it. And it makes such a pretty gloss on them that you’ll love how pretty they are. I have another scone recipe that I love to make although it’s savory and not something I’d serve for brunch (but I will, of course, share it with you soon). I also came across this Blueberry Scone Recipe that looks amazing!

Strawberry Scone Recipe with Lemon Glaze | thewickednoodle.com

Strawberry Scone Recipe with Lemon Glaze | thewickednoodle.com

Comments

  1. says

    Wow, such a scary moment – a reminder that things can change so quickly. Even though we blog and read blogs for entertainment and fun, it’s important that we remain firmly grounded in the realities of life too, and your story is definitely a reality check. Thanks for the uplifting ending – the scones look beautiful.

    • says

      Thanks Carrie. Definitely sad, but I agree that it’s important to be reminded that bad things can happen so that we can be more diligent in protecting our precious kids. Thanks for swinging by!

  2. michelle @ The Village Cook says

    I can imagine what a haunting experience that must have been & still is. Hopefully you will hear news that he is fine & you may finally be at peace with the memory. ~hugs!

  3. says

    Really sobering intro. Good reminder for all of us to be watchful and careful. Things can happen so quickly, so it’s important to stay alert. Moving on, nice scones. Great way to use all of the strawberries that are so abundant right now. I’ll take mine with clotted cream, please. ;-) Thanks for this.

  4. says

    These look fabulous…I’m just sorry that Kentucky’s strawberry season ended so early this year. And thanks for the reminder about pools…as my kids become better swimmers, I tend to get lazy. We need to make sure to keep an eye on them at all times!

  5. says

    Wow, what a terrifying moment to witness. I hope the rumors are true and that he recovered fully. I witnessed a man have a seizure at an outdoor market last year (it was so long his lips turned blue) and thought of him daily for a long time. I stayed until the paramedics arrived but I’m not sure what ended up happening to him. I hope he is ok too. Awful moments, but they do serve as good reminders that life is short and unpredictable and we should seize every moment…
    On a brighter note, your scones sound delicious :)

  6. says

    I have bad dreams all the time about one of my kids drowning, being hit by a car, falling off a ledge. Is it any wonder I’m a nervous wreck? Horrific. I hope that little boy is okay. And the scones…didn’t I just write to you about scones? I know I did! I bet these are as good as my sister’s. Will need to make them. *shuffles off to give kids big hugs*

    • says

      Amy, I do the same thing. It’s gotten better but it’s always something that fills me with anxiety (and not in the normal, mothering kind of way; it’s over the top…ugh). You DID just write to me about scones! I commented back that I actually HAD SCONES IN THE OVEN when you wrote that! Isn’t that crazy? Great minds, my friend!

  7. says

    I don’t have kids, but that would be a traumatizing experience for anyone to witness. Hopefully the little boy is okay.

    Your scones look perfect! (Sometimes they can be a tad dry.) Lemon glaze…genius. Also, I’m stealing the word “foofy.”

  8. says

    That must have been a terrible thing to witness. I was absolutely paranoid about swimming pools until my girls were both strong swimmers – and I still am in a way. You just can’t drop your attention for a second.
    These scones do look like a wonderful way to celebrate a great Dad.

  9. says

    It is really sad to hear news like that but sometimes that serve as a hard smack on the back of our head as parents to be more protective of our children and be mindful of their safety. I hope and pray for that child’s recovery. These scones look lovely-delicious, Kristy. What a beautiful plate of goodies you got there. Enjoy the rest of the week, Kristy and be safe.

  10. CJ at Food Stories says

    I know it was a sad story but I see this type of stuff all the time (I work in healthcare). Things can turn on a dime so great reminder for everyone.

    • says

      Yep, I hear about these stories all the time. But, for me (especially since I don’t work in healthcare), it was extremely upsetting to see something like this happen before my eyes. I hope I never see anything like it again.

  11. says

    OH what a scary moment, sending him well wishes and prayers. Busy pools always make me super nervous in the summertime. I love tyler’s scone recipe, I make them with blueberries, but they look so pretty with strawberries. Great pics, bright and cherry. Have a wonderful weekend and father’s day!

  12. Heidi says

    It is really sad that a boy of that age to go through all that. I am so glad to hear that he survived. Otherwise the foods are awesome, they look yummy. Though fathers day is over I will still try and make them.

  13. Tamar says

    That is so scary. I hope that he is well now :( ION, the scones and the lemon lemon glaze look incredible.

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