These scone recipes are not for the traditional English jam and clotted cream type, but more for American-style flavours. Often served in wedges, think cranberry and orange, peaches and cream or maple-glaze etc. Gingerbread Scones with Cranberry Glaze (Short Girl, Tall Order) are sweetened with molasses with hints of ginger, and topped with a naturally coloured cranberry icing with sugared cranberries. Make with palm-oil-free vegan butters. Keep fresh dough away from pets.
Blueberry Vanilla Scones (Short Girl, Tall Order) only need 10 ingredients, and use a 3-ingredient vanilla bean frosting. Flaky and easy to make.
Vegan Blackberry Lime Scones (Short Girl, Tall Order) are soft and flaky. Made in one bowl, these have all the flavours of a summer afternoon.
Maple-Glazed Cinnamon Scones (It’s Liv B) are a delicious treat by one of Canada’s most talented young vegan chefs. All her recipes use affordable simple ingredients too.
These ripe peach gluten-free vegan scones (Minimalist Baker) are an ideal way to get some fresh fruit into reluctant tummies, while the scones themselves are pure comfort food, ideal with a pot of tea. Flaky and buttery, they are made with palm-oil-free vegan butter or coconut oil, and bound with plant milk and a flax egg. Sweetened with cane sugar, they also contain salt and vanilla to taste. Related to roses and plums, the stone fruits of peaches are abundant in summer, with one tree producing fruit for up to 12 years. Named ‘Persian apples’ by the Romans, peaches are the national fruits of the US state of Georgia, and extremely popular to eat in Italy and China.