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Baking at Home

    Find all of the information that you need to bake your frozen, ready-to-bake scones at home.

      Before You Start

      • Scones need a hot start to rise and produce those beautiful buttery layers, once your oven has reached temperature we suggest waiting 5-10 minutes before putting your frozen scones in.
      • To create the best layers, the butter in your scones needs melt in your oven, not on your counter or in your hands, so keep those scones frozen right up until you put them in the oven...there's no need to thaw them!
      • Line your tray or baking sheet with the parchment paper provided with your ready-to-bake scones. This parchment can usually be re-used 3-4 times before it starts to darken and become brittle.
      • Scones need room to rise and expand, make sure that there is about 2" of free space between the scones. Scones that are too close together may end up touching as they expand, those ones will end up being doughy and under-cooked in spots.

      Electric Oven

      • Pre-heat your oven to 360F
      • Place frozen scones on a tray, lined with parchment paper, on the center of the middle rack.
      • After 5 minutes, reduce oven temperature to 350F
      • Total baking time will be between 25-30 minutes depending on your oven. Check scones at 25 minutes and add 5 more minutes if needed.

      Electric Convection Oven

      • Pre-heat your oven to 350F
      • Place frozen scones on a tray, lined with parchment paper, on the center of the middle rack.
      • After 5 minutes, reduce oven temperature to 325F
      • Total baking time will be between 25-30 minutes depending on your oven. Check scones at 25 minutes and add 5 more minutes if needed.

      Gas Oven

      • For a standard gas oven, follow the directions for the electric oven but note the possibility of a longer baking time.
      • For a gas convection oven, follow the directions for the electric convection oven but note the possibility of a longer baking time.
      • Gas ovens are more moist and tend to require a longer baking time. Check the scones at 27 minutes and add more time if needed.

      AGA Cooker

      • Place frozen scones on a tray, lined with parchment paper, into the bottom right-hand oven for 20-23 minutes.

      Baking Small and Mini Scones at Home

      Small and mini scones follow the same temperature guidelines as their full-size counterparts but require less time.
      • Small scones require approximately 20 minutes to bake
      • Mini scones require approximately 16 minutes to bake

      Baking Low Gluten Scones at Home

      Our low gluten scones are smaller than the wheat scones and are made with ingredients that release moisture very quickly when they are baked.
      • Bake for 18-23 minutes