Scones are a traditional teatime treat in England, often served with jam and clotted cream. Scones are believed to have originated in Scotland, they are usually made with wheat, barley or oats, it’s best to mix scones by hand. Depending on where you live, they are called ‘scons’ or scones’. Popular especially in Devon, they are usually made with milk and an egg wash, but here are some nice vegan versions instead. Serve with plenty of vegan butter (with no palm oil). Keep fresh dough away from pets (also keep them away from dried fruits and vegan cheese, often used in scone recipes). Try these vegan scones fromLazy Cat Kitchen. Also try her ginger vegan scones with rhubarb.
Good Vegan Scone Recipes
Vegan Scones (The Veg Space) are buttery treats for a dollop of jam and vegan cream. They are also very easy to make, and taste exactly the same!
Vegan Cheese Scones (The Veg Space) add some chives (keep away from pets). Great with a hot bowl of soup, they again taste just the same.
These 30-minute vegan scones (Vegan on Board) are very easy to make, and delicious with fresh fruits and vegan cream. Once baked, you can store them in an airtight container for a couple of days. They are made with flour, baking powder and sugar, along with vegan butter and soy milk. You can add dried fruits and even a little maple syrup, for a nice golden top. Or add some vegan cheese instead.
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.
Vegan Scones with Raspberries (Love and Lemons) are gluten-free and made with coconut oil and almond milk. They use a combo of oat and coconut flour.
Easy Vegan Lemonade Scones (My Goodness Kitchen) are light and fluffy, and only need 4 ingredients.