These blueberry lavender scones are a lovely breakfast or afternoon snack! Bursting blueberry scones topped with sweet lavender glaze. Delish!

I have the prettiest blueberry lavender scones to brighten up your breakfast table!

lavender glazed blueberry scones

These bursting blueberry bites of love and blanketed with a sweet and slightly floral glaze that tastes amazing. Scones with summer fruit are one of my favorite things and I can hardly handle how delicious these are! It’s like a big bite of blueberry muffin, but not quite as sweet and with a lovely little icing on top. 

So fun!

lavender glazed blueberry scones

I love the blueberry lavender combo. A few years ago, I made this blueberry ricotta cake with lavender glaze and it’s just fantastic.

Like my other favorite lavender treats, I have two ways of bringing in the lavender flavor. I’ve been making things with lavender for years now and initially, I only ever flavored things with the dried culinary lavender flowers. This is a great method and I do love the flowers. I have them on hand at all times.

It’s how I make my favorite lavender coffee syrup. It infuses a classic lavender flavor and is super good! 

P.S. I never want to forget about this lavender latte ice cream either. OMG.

lavender glaze

However, I have found lavender extract and I LOVE that too for baked goods. For things like cakes or cookies or even these scones, I find that it brings a lavender flavor throughout the treat that can be hard to achieve with the dried flowers. Both the flowers and the extract are pricey, but both last a really long time, so you can store them on hand and have lavender dessert any time you wish!

drizzling lavender glaze on blueberry scone

Speaking of, I never really consider scones to be dessert. Unless it’s, like, breakfast dessert. I mostly prefer savory breakfast dishes, but then after breakfast I still want a bite of something sweet.

Enter: breakfast dessert.

It’s just like that!

These are perfect for breakfast dessert, or regular old breakfast if you’re not a crazy person like I am. They are great for brunch, afternoon tea or snacks or even real dessert at night. 

lavender glazed blueberry scones

I’ll save you the rambling story that I’ve told ten million times before – how I grew up hating scones and then a friend made this recipe 15+ years ago which changed my life. But it is true, and I can say with absolute certainty that these scones are not dry at all. Their texture is wonderful and the other thing I love is that they stay fresh for a few days.

You can make a batch for summer breakfast for the week!

lavender glazed blueberry scones

And maybe just enjoy that glaze with a spoon.

lavender glazed blueberry scones

Blueberry Lavender Scones

Blueberry Lavender Scones

These blueberry lavender scones are a lovely breakfast or afternoon snack! Bursting blueberry scones topped with sweet lavender glaze.
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lavender glaze

  • 1 1/4 cups of powdered sugar
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ¼ teaspoon lavender extract
  • 2 tablespoons heavy cream
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons milk
  • a drop of light pink or purple food coloring, if you wish
  • optional: culinary lavender flowers


  • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
  • In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, soda and salt. Add the butter and using your fingers, a fork or a pastry blender mix it together and combine until the butter forms coarse crumbs. I usually take a full 2-3 minutes and do this with my fingers. (Note: you can also add in 1 teaspoon of dried lavender flowers here, if you want to flavor the scones with the flowers!)
  • Make a well in the center and add in buttermilk, vanilla extract and lavender extract (if using it). Mix with a large spoon until a dough forms and comes together – it will be sticky! Stir in the blueberries. Make sure your hands are floured and so is your work surface. Divide the dough in half and pat it into two 6-inch circles on the floured surface or one larger circle. Cut the circles into 6 or 8 wedges. Brush each with some melted butter. Place the scones on a baking sheet and bake for 10 to 12 minutes – or about 15ish minutes for larger scones. Top with the lavender glaze before serving.

lavender glaze

  • To make the lavender glaze, whisk all ingredients together until smooth. If it seems too thick, add in more milk 1 teaspoon at a time. If desired, you can add a drop of food coloring to make it pinkish-purple! Drizzle on top of the cooled scones. Sprinkle the glaze with the lavender flowers.

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lavender glazed blueberry scones