How to Enjoy a Scone at its Best

Most of the time we do not have the luxury of enjoying a scone fresh from the oven.  However, by heating up the scone in the microwave for 10 seconds or 20 seconds if you took the scone out of the freezer, you will find that it tastes as though it just came out of the oven!

I personally love to top my scones with plenty of cream and jam.  Authentic Clotted cream or Devonshire cream, unfortunately, is virtually impossible to be found in the US.  But don’t despair!  A quick and easy substitute is Whipped Cream.  Use generous amount of Whipped Cream in the place of clotted cream and add some fresh fruit jam on top a warm scone will make every bite of that scone heavenly!

Here are 2 new flavors that have been added to the line of Scones at Twee-tea-licious.

Strawberry Buttermilk Scone

Strawberry Buttermilk – A crumbly buttermilk scone topped with fresh strawberry





Orange Raisin Scone

Orange Raisin – Made with freshly grated orange zest and preservative free raisins


The Twee-tea-licious scones are now sold in a bag of 4 or a box of 1 dozen.

Scone Gift Box

Scone Gift Box – $34

  • Contains 1 dozen of freshly baked scones
  • Choice of 1 flavor
  • Wrapped with a beautiful gross grain ribbon
  • Can be shipped within the US at cost, approximately $12

Scone Bag – $10

Scone Bag
  • Each bag contains 4 freshly baked scones
  • Minimum order is 3 bags or total 1 dozen
  • Choice of 1 flavor
  • Each bag is tied with a pretty ribbon bow
  • Can be shipped within the US at cost, approximately $12

Scones are best consumed within 24 to 48 hours of purchase.  You may freeze baked scones in tightly wrapped plastic and aluminum for longer storage.


10 thoughts on “How to Enjoy a Scone at its Best

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