It is time for International Scone Week 2022! My olive oil scone recipe still outperforms any other on my blog. Created in 2017 for this celebration, it still gets over 400 monthly views. That is a lot of baking 🙂
A little bit about this
Starting in 2011, bloggers around the world gathered to make scones. To see how they came together, take a look at Celia’s post. She is the original hostess of this baking extravaganza, and if you want to read more about saving the planet or baking bread, head on over to her blog.
International Scone Week 2022
No matter where you are, or what style blog you have, you are invited to take part in #ISW2022. Please follow these steps in order to be featured in the link up.
- Create and blog a scone recipe and post it anytime from the 8th to the 14th of August.
- Link back to this post in your blog post.
- Use the hashtag #ISW2022 in your social media
Everyone will be featured for the year in the sidebar of my blog. If you are in need of inspiration then take a look to see what was baked last year. The 2021 recipes will stay up until the 15th of August.
- Apple and Cinnamon Scones
- Aussie-style Rustic Date Scones
- Bacon And Avocado Scones
- Banana Scones with Coffee Drizzle…ish
- Belinda’s Cheese Scones
- Blackberry and Apple Scones
- Buttermilk Scones
View the previous posts on August 1:
- 2021: Win
- 2018: July 2018 Showcasing In My Kitchen
- 2016: Vegetarian Schmaltz
- 2014: August 2014 Showcasing In My Kitchen
- 2013: August 2013 Showcasing In My Kitchen
- 2012: August 2012 Showcasing In My Kitchen
- 2011: Food Quiz Number 61 For A Friday
- 2010: Food Quiz Number 32 For A Friday
21 thoughts on “International Scone Week 2022”
Use plant milk to make them and then they’re vegan too
That is a great idea!
Hi Tandy, We are away from 6 to 9 August but I will try to do a post for this next week. I should have been more prepared.
Enjoy your time away! and I will include it, even if it is late 🙂
looking forward to getting my scone recipe up after the 8th. thankfully i made them before i had the big fall down the stairs!
That was fortuitous!
Scones are made, just need to type it up.
Looking forward to your recipe Pauline 🙂
Tandy, your scones look really delicious. I’ve never baked scones, and I think I’ve only tasted a scone once on a cruise. Thanks for sharing these recipes.
Scones feature regularly at home as they take no time to prepare 🙂
Thanks for the heads up. Love ISW as it always makes me put my thinking cap on. I used our garden figs this year and have made fresh fig and honey scones – https://tinandthyme.uk/2022/08/fresh-fig-scones/
And I think I know what I am making this weekend!
If you have lots of fresh figs, they’re a must bake.
I shall have to forage some in season 🙂
I;ve finally been organised enough to join in this year!
Thank you so much for taking part!
Hi Tandy – thanks for the reminder – and amazingly I managed to bake some scones for you for International Scone Week. Thanks for the inspiration to do some fun baking and have scones for tea and in the freezer! That is a great way to start the week. And finally Thanks for keeping ISW going – I will look forward to coming back and browsing the scones send in.
Thank you so much for taking part 🙂
Oops – forgot to add the link to my Pumpkin, Pineapple and Cheese scones – https://gggiraffe.blogspot.com/2022/08/pumpkin-pineapple-and-cheese-scones.html