Triple Cinnamon Scones — 35 Comments

    • Hi CanadianBaker, I’m sorry I really don’t. I think these scones would still be delicious with out the chips. Thanks for visiting! 🙂

    • CanadianBaker: I live in the U.S. and I can’t find cinnamon chips anywhere either any more. BUT, you can order cinnamon sweet bits from They aren’t too badly priced and a lot cheaper than buying cinnamon chips from Amazon. And they are amazing. Hope you get to make these, because they are to die for.

    • I did not have cinnamon chips either but i did have white chocolate ones. I added some cinnamon to the white choc chips, poured in the milk and let it sit…came out deeelish!

  1. Hi Becky, You’re right these scones are delicious. I got this recipe from my Mom’s recipe box….she had hand written it so I didn’t know where it came from. The recipes do seem to be almost exact.

    • Oh….that sounds good Condace. Like Mexican chocolate with the cinnamon. The reason I soak the chips is the give the scones extra cinnamon flavor. You don’t have to soak your chips but it will add a little bit more of a chocolate flavor if you do. 🙂

  2. Hi Sheryl, I made these delicious Triple Cinnamon Scones today. They’re so good! The only thing I did differently was to brush a bit more than 1 tablespoon of the softened butter on the dough before adding the filling. I’m looking forward to trying some of your other scone recipes now. Thanks for posting!! I posted a picture of my scones on my blog: It’s just a private blog I share with family and friends only, but feel free to take a look. I did reference you as the author of the recipe and put your URL for people who may want to give these scones a try. I did not post the recipe. Thanks again!!

  3. Hi Sheryl,
    I’ve been searching for a cinnamon layered scone recipe that is as yummy as the one I get at my local coffee shop. This one sounds even better! Can’t wait to try it! YUM! Thanks!

  4. Hi Sheryl thanks for the recipe I will make these today. Could you tell me what the procedure is f we want to freeze them? Saw you mentioning it but don’t see the instructions to do so. Thanks for your help

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