Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones Recipe

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! My boys have been talking about this day for the last week… The funny thing is, we usually don’t go all out for St. Patrick’s Day, but we have made a few crafts and created yummy recipes in the past. Speaking of recipes, Irish Soda Bread just seemed the perfect recipe to share; but I decided to switch it up a little and make the bread into biscuits, or scones.St Patricks Day food, like Irish Soda Bread, is so de-lish! Take Irish Soda Bread and give it a li’l twist, creating Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones. Grab this easy scones recipe, perfect for breakfast on St Patricks Day or any other day of the year.

I mixed up a batch in no time. These scones, baked in a muffin tin, are so simple and easy to make.St Patricks Day food, like Irish Soda Bread, is so de-lish! Take Irish Soda Bread and give it a li’l twist, creating Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones. Grab this easy scones recipe, perfect for breakfast on St Patricks Day or any other day of the year. I didn’t realize how big a hit they’d be, but Jacob absolutely loved them. We actually had to limit how many he could have in one day. Goodness!

Below you’ll find a printable recipe. Enjoy!St Patricks Day food, like Irish Soda Bread, is so de-lish! Take Irish Soda Bread and give it a li’l twist, creating Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones. Grab this easy scones recipe, perfect for breakfast on St Patricks Day or any other day of the year.

Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 18 -24
Author Mel Lockcuff

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 400° and grease muffin tins.
  2. Mix dry ingredients together.
  3. Melt butter and add to dry ingredients.
  4. Beat egg and milk together, also mixing into dry ingredients. If more milk is needed, add ¼ cup at a time to dough mixture; dough should be the consistency of a stiff biscuit dough.
  5. Finally, add raisins to the mixture.
  6. Add dough, by the spoonful, to muffin tins.
  7. Bake at 400° for about 30-40 minutes, or until tops of scones are golden.
  8. Serve while warm and enjoy! You can also drizzle with a simple powdered sugar frosting, if desired.

15 thoughts on “Irish Soda Bread Cinnamon Scones Recipe”

  1. How timely! Perfect for spring tea party. The only thing is it snowed this morning and I am still trying to figure out why. Where is spring anyway? Regardless, this would be great to make today because we are snowed in. I have all the ingredients too.

    • Lisa, oh perfect for a snow day! You’ll have to let me know how they turned out. Oh, and I am so ready for spring too. We got up yesterday morning to snow, which we didn’t see coming at all. It was beautiful, but I’m ready for more warm days with the windows open.

  2. Every year I make Soda bread, but this year I was just tired of it. We only eat a small section of it before it goes bad. Next year I want to make these! Yum. The perfect size, too.

  3. I made these scones and they were delicious. I added some maple syrup to the egg and milk mixture and it gave these scones a great flavor combin d with the cinnamon. I served them with corned beef and cabbage, beans, and hash browns and my family gobbled it up. I will definitely make these scones again! Thanks for the amazing recipe.

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