Tomato and sage savory scones – cause it is still summer to me!

Savory scones are amazing – in fact I think I prefer them to sweet scones, and nothing beats a ripe tomato right now and a little sage and cheddar cheese to make them interesting. I am slowly becoming the biggest scone baker I know, since baking the peach lavender ones a while back. I had the pleasure of trying a cheddar dill scone one of my coworkers made that made me realize that I am pretty much a savory scone fan. It was delicious.

And since this is probably the last bit of summer I am going to be able to squeeze out so I wanted to incorporate the gorgeous tomatoes I snagged at the farmers market. Pretty sure this is the last of them, and I will be on to everything pear, apple and pumpkin  in no time. But for now, it is 80 and sunny outside and like ZERO humidity, and tomatoes are still everywhere, so I am gonna force out every ounce of anything summer I can. xo

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Tomato and Sage Scones

Course Bread, Breakfast
Cuisine American, British
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 cups + 2 tablespoons of flour
  • 1 tablespoon of baking powder
  • One teaspoon of salt
  • 3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons of  heavy cream
  • Four ripe tomatoes - seeded and chopped use any kind of tomato you like
  • One cup of grated sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1/4 cup of chopped sage

Instructions

  1. In a stand mixer combine the flour, baking powder, salt, 3/4 cup of cheddar cheese and sage and mix together with the paddle attachment. Slowly add the the 3/4 cup and one tablespoon of heavy cream. Mix together until just combined - don't overdo it. On the lowest speed, stir the tomatoes into the dough. turn the dough out onto the parchment paper and press into a circle that is around an inch thick - try to make it even thickness all the way around. I used a dough cutter, but you could use a knife or pizza cutter too, cut the circle into eight pie pieces, but leave it together - don't pull them apart completely. Brush all over with the two tablespoons of cream and sprinkle the remaining cheddar cheese on top.
  2. I baked mine for 30 minutes until the top was golden and browned up and when I slightly pulled out one of the pieces the center wasn't doughy. I eat these warm, but you can cool and they will last about two days - not likely they will be sitting there for two days though.

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19 Comments

  1. Yumm looks so healthy and delicious

  2. Omg! I will be making these soon. The pictures are making my stomach growl. Yum!

  3. WOW! These look incredible! Your pictures are awesome too!

  4. These scones sound incredible! I always loved adding flavours to scones so it spices them up a little bit. I’ll definitely have to give this recipe a go!

  5. This recipe looks amazing! I love scones! It looks like it’s really easy to make, also.

  6. Looks delicious! I’m not a sausage fan buy you got with this one!

  7. I’ve only had savory scones, so I really want to try this! Would go so well for breakfast with eggs!
    xoxo
    Annie

  8. This is something you can eat year round because the tomato is not seasonal. I love the savoriness of a veggie scone because it works at any time of the day too.

  9. Wow. I never had this before, looks very yummy. Def. going to try this out tomorrow with my kids. Thx!

  10. Looook sooo yum! I love scones but I’ve never had savory scone… please reserve some for me. 😍

  11. We love scones and adding tomatoes just made them better! Can’t wait to try these.

  12. What a great idea to have savory scones. I have only had plain ones with sweet toppings (butter/jam).

  13. LavandaMichelle

    I would love to cook these for my family. They look delicious and easy to make

  14. this just made me super hungry at the moment! i really am copying the recipe because my son would love this!!! thanks!!

  15. These scones are right up my alley. I am not a big fan of sweets in breakfast so this is a great scone recipe for me

  16. I love anything with tomatoes! This looks so easy and Delish. Have to try this.

  17. They look so delicious! It is still summer to me too, I can’t get used to the fact that we are in September, and not in August :)))

  18. Indeed it’s a summery scone! Love the colors of the veggies. I am not familiar with baking scones but I wonder, should it be that brown? Have seen in some pictures that their scones were lighter. Or is it the veggies?

  19. Tomato sage scones sound delicious. Thank you for the easy to follow recipe.

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