English Scones (Dairy-free / Vegan)

These delicious scones are dairy-free, contain wholemeal flour and are filled with strawberry fruit spread, so they’re far more nutritious and healthier than classic scones.  Their fat content is also very low and they are cholesterol free, so you can indulge in them to your heart’s content 😉


Vegan Cream Tea

6 thoughts on “English Scones (Dairy-free / Vegan)

  1. Hi Sharon, I haven’t made scones for a couple of years now. The last time was when I found a jar of clotted cream here in the US. They brought me back to my days in Cornwall/Devon and my basic everyday greediness whilst growing up in the UK. That was back in the day when I ate gluten, dairy and refined sugars. I stumbled across your posting from searching for vegan English scones, and although I have enough knowledge to create my own recipe, I think I will be tweaking yours with my own gluten-free flour blend, psyllium husks to hold them together, coconut oil and coconut sugar. The whipped coconut cream and grape sweetened jam will be a treat with these! Thanks!

    1. So lovely to hear from you Linda ♥
      People have been asking me whether I have a gluten-free scone recipe, but since I’m not confident at baking gluten-free yet, I haven’t attempted to make a GF version. Sounds like you’re the perfect person for this job 😉
      I’ve come across some US/Canadian gluten-free scone recipes, but I think their scones may be different to our English scones. (That’s something you’ll know for sure!)
      If you do try a gluten-free version of the English scone, please do let me know how it works out for you. Good luck! xx

      1. You’re right, American scones are nothing like English scones. (In fact, English scones are closer to American biscuits… ). Anyhoo, once I have baked and blogged about the gluten-free version, I will link the original recipe to your blog. Thanks again!

  2. I made these the other day and oh wow, best vegan scone recipe ever! I also adapted it for cheese scones using VioLife Vegan Mozarella… Sooooo delicious! Thank you, tagged you on my IG pics so you can see the result 🙂

    1. YAY! I’m so pleased that you enjoyed them!! Great idea adding the Violife to make cheese scones too! I can’t wait to see your pics on Insta. Thanks for tagging me! ☺️ xx

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