English Scones & Vegan Cream Teas!

It’s Wimbledon season! And, for once, it looks like a Brit might actually have a shot at winning. If Murray does make it, he’ll be the first Brit to win the men’s singles title since Fred Perry in 1936!

Fred Perry


Like many Brits, Wimbledon is the time of year when I indulge in an English scone or two and big piles of English strawberries.¬† This year, I decided to go one step further and have been making full-on English Cream Teas ūüôā

But how can you have scones or cream tea if you don’t consume dairy, you ask?¬† Well, I’ve got some great tasting alternatives for you.¬† In fact, I would even stretch as far as saying that they taste better than the traditional recipes.¬† English scones are often very dry and heavy (hence why they need so much cream and jam in the middle), but these dairy-free scones are much lighter and moist in the middle. In fact, fresh out of the oven they don’t even need any filling.

Dairy Free Scone (Vegan)

As a dairy-free alternative to clotted cream, I make a thick, spreadable coconut cream, lightly sweetened and flavoured with a hint of vanilla.¬† For me, the flavour and texture of this coconut “clotted” cream pairs perfectly with strawberry jam.

Vegan Cream Tea

This dairy-free cream tea is far healthier than a traditional cream tea.¬† Since the scones don’t contain any butter, lard or cow’s milk, they contain far less fat and calories, plus they’re cholesterol-free.¬† Replacing clotted cream with coconut cream means that the bad fats are replaced with good, heart-healthy fats.¬† It is also low on sugar as we use a sugar-free strawberry spread instead of jam.

This is a cream tea that is going to fill you with goodness ♥  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Vegan Cream Tea

Vegan Scone



So delighted to hear that this recipe made the finals of the first-ever Great Vegan Bake-Off!

Thank you Peta ‚ô•