Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Scones

Did you guys all have an amazing Thanksgiving? Did you stuff yourself with turkey or was it the mashed potatoes that got you? And what kind of Jell-O did you have? I am still on vacation. I typed this up before we left so I sure hope I am having a good time.

Even though it hasn’t happened yet, I can confidently say that I had a great Thanksgiving meal with friends and family. Hoping I didn’t just jinx myself there. But seriously, 7 straight days not spent at work, not spent in the cold weather. How bad could it be?

I saw these scones on Pinterest and I just knew I would love them. It is like having chocolate chip cookies for breakfast. But, it is acceptable because they are scones which are definitely breakfast appropriate. Sometimes scones can be a little dense or dry. These are not. Thankfully. Heavy, dry scones are just gross. I like fluffy and soft. I tasted some of the dough and it tasted just like cookie dough. Yum! These were excellent and I will be making them again. Maybe for Christmas breakfast? Now that thanksgiving is over I am thinking Christmas!

One note about these scones. The name is cookie dough scones which might make you think that there are chunks of cookie dough in them like the ice cream. There is not, but they are still excellent!

Here is what you’ll need

Combine the flour, sugar, salt, and baking powder into a large bowl

Whisk together the eggs, vanilla, and milk

Add the liquid ingredients to the dry ingredients

Roll the dough into an 8 x 8 inch square

Cut the dough into 32 pieces

Once cooled, dip into the glaze

A great breakfast for any occasion


  1. says

    So I am always afraid to delve into the realm of scones because they always seem so dry. And people say that is how they are SUPPOSED to be, but who the heck wants a dry baked good? unless it’s biscotti: no thank you. So thank you for sharing this lovely recipe with words like “soft” and “fluffy” with your scones. I now strongly want to make these 😀

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