Soft, supple scones in Edmonton

Scones are often thought of as the ultimate British snack food, but that hasn’t stopped them from hopping over the pond and invading Edmonton. These establishments all serve fresh-baked scones in a variety of flavours, ranging from classic to double chocolate. And, yes, all of them are excellent with a spot of tea.

Leva

1
11053 86th Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 0X1

This always busy, always fantastic coffee bar bakes their scones full of love and deliciousness. The rosemary-infused scones are fluffy and perfectly scented without being overwhelming. Get there early to get your pick of these prime scones, made in-house daily with fresh ingredients.

Wild Earth Bakery & Cafe

2
8902 99 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 3V4

The delightful scones here are so decadent. With flavours that include raspberry white chocolate, blueberry oatmeal, pumpkin white chocolate and cheese, you can’t go wrong with whatever you choose. If you’re having trouble deciding, order a variety of the mini scones so you can sample all the amazing flavours without having to buy new pants.

Duchess Bake Shop

3
10720 124 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5M 0H1

You will find both savoury and sweet scones at this French patisserie, located in the trendy 124 Street area. There’s always a line-up out the door for breakfast pastries, and the scones are no exception. Try the blueberry lemon glaze scone, milk chocolate orange or raspberry white chocolate if you prefer a sweet scone, or go for the cheddar pepper scone if you prefer a bit of a kick.

Cobs Bread

4
100-11169 Ellerslie Rd SW, Edmonton, AB T6W 0E9

This bakery has a plethora of scone choices, ranging from traditional and fruit to double chocolate and banana chocolate chip. If those don’t pique your interest, try the date scone, dotted with bits of the sweet, caramel-tasting fruit. The bakers here start at 2 a.m. so that your scone will be ready and waiting for you at breakfast time.

Block 1912 Cafe

5
10361 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 1Z9

Kick your breakfast or brunch up a notch by trying one of Block1912’s amazing scones. They also go great with the homemade soup at lunchtime. The scones, like the rest of their menu, are prepared by a NAIT-certified chef, using home recipes and high-quality ingredients. Hint: the secret ingredient is love.

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