Eggnog Scones

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This is a great breakfast recipe to make with your leftover eggnog for your lingering relatives… really delicious, addictive, not-dry-at-all scones! The recipe can be found here: Cinnamon- Eggnog Scones.

Here’s a pictorial how-to:
Start by mixing dry ingredients with butter.

I made these before Christmas one morning before I was headed out to do a bit of shopping. When I came home, several were gone… nibbled to bits. My husband explained that he simply couldn’t resist. They’re that good! Good thing this recipe yields 12 scones… plenty to go around 🙂

This recipe can be found here: Cinnamon Eggnog Scones

Other scone recipes you might enjoy:
Fresh Cranberry Scones by Two Peas and Their Pod
Starbuck’s Maple Oat Scones by Eating Out Loud
White Chocolate and Sour Cherry Scones by David Lebovitz
Chocolate Chip Toffee Scones by RecipeGirl
Whole Grain Fresh Strawberry Scones by RecipeGirl

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  • Kimmy Kimster wrote:

    Is it possible to leave one of the wheels in the dough in the freezer and bake it later?

  • justcooknyc wrote:

    If I hadn’t just baked up a batch of brownies, I’d probably be making this recipe right now.

  • Barbara Bakes wrote:

    These look fabulous! The eggnog is gone, but I’ve got plenty of cinnamon chips. Maybe I could substitute a little low fat sour cream?

  • Isabel wrote:

    I love the pictures!! Makes doing the recipe so easy and appealing… Now I only wish I could find the cinnamon chips in Spain…

  • Cookin’ Canuck wrote:

    What a fun idea for scones! We are the lingering relatives right now, so maybe I will make these for my in-laws.

  • Sues wrote:

    These look out of this world good!! I can never find cinnamon chips, so when I do, I’m going to majorly stock up!

  • Nicole wrote:

    So pretty, Lori! I love the color the cinnamon chips give the interior, yum.

  • Sharlene wrote:

    Oh this sounds right up my alley!! YUM!

  • Angela wrote:

    Where do you find the cinnamon chips. I have never seen them. I seen a recipe for muffins that called for them. I bet they would be wonderful in pancakes too this looks amazing. Might give it a shot!

  • Stay-At-Home-Chef wrote:

    These look delicious! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas 🙂

  • Margaret wrote:

    Found these this a.m. They are now in the oven!!!

  • sara wrote:

    Mmmmmmmmmm, these look SO good! Yum. 🙂

  • Heather wrote:

    these just look as decadent as they come…absolutely delicious!

  • Blog New Black wrote:

    Creative idea! I was looking to use up both the last of my cinn chips AND my nog! 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration!!!