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The shop offers baked goods including cinnamon rolls, cheese rolls, and scones and creates seven in-house flavors of cream cheese.
Your best bet for scoring a sourdough loaf, croissant, or scone, is by ordering online ahead of time.
Home cook Laura Streator of Brookfield loves the flavor and aroma of vanilla, especially in her scones and sugar cookies.
Popular items such as the bakery's peach cake, along with scones, danishes, bagels and the 25-cent doughnut holes, will remain on the menu.
An array of treats, like chocolate-lavender brownies, chocolate-halvah cookies, cinnamon sticky buns and scones, baked from scratch, will be available.
In the a.m., hit the pint-sized café by the entrance that's stocked with scones and brownies from local favorite Jane.
For your sweet tooth, there’s new strawberry, banana and s’mores puffle cups, vegan soft serve and waffle ice cream, and old favorites deep-fried Oreos, strawberry shortcake, scones with jam and elephant ears.
Richard Speight Jr. (Gabriel) will MC the event, and Ruth Connell (Rowena) is hosting a mega-coven event with scones on the last day of the convention.
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Origin and Etymology of scone
First Known Use: 1513See Words from the same year
Definition of Scone
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Definition of scone for English Language Learners
: a small, often sweet bread that sometimes has pieces of dried fruit in it
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