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Simple Glaze or Drizzle Topping

Some of our scones come with a glaze packet, but what if you want glaze on every flavor scone?

Adding a simple glaze to your Sticky Fingers Bakeries Scones is a great way to add some more flavor and sweetness. A glaze or drizzle can be colored or flavored to your desires. Sometimes a colored drizzle makes a fun surprise for the children or great addition to a baby shower or tea party. Our orange and red drizzle for Halloween was a huge hit around here.

To make a simple drizzle you only need a few ingredients!


Here is how to make it:

½ cup powdered sugar

2tsp Milk

A Tiny splash (about 1/8tsp) flavoring of your choice.

Mix the powdered sugar and milk together. Add more milk or less until it reaches your desired thickness.

Add in the flavoring of your choice. For a plain drizzle we usually add a splash of vanilla, for Lemon drizzle we add a little lemon juice. Get creative with flavor combinations between your scone and your drizzle.

To make it a glaze instead make the mixture a little thicker with more powdered sugar or less milk and paint it on the scones.

Have any other ideas for a drizzle or glaze? Let us know! What other flavor combinations have you come up with?


  • I found a nice warm drizzle of chocolate and peanut butter is satisfying on a chilly morning or in the summer time whipped cream cheese and honey. I’ve tried many combinations but found my most favorite to be a “Blueberry Scone with a glass of milk” a great late night snack.

    Kelly Sue Gardner
  • I use my sister-in-laws homemade Meyer lemon limoncello mixed with confectioners sugar for a drizzle.

  • Thank You! I hope you guys have a recipe book for sale I would love to be able to make your sco-nut in other flavors!!! Can’t wait to try more of your stuff!!!

  • Barbara, That’s a great idea! We will have to try that out on our next recipe! Thank you

    Sticky Fingers Bakeries
  • Why not try a lemon drizzle with dill? Or something with sweet basil.

    Barbara Nagy

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