Gluten Free Cream Scones

A couple weeks ago I woke up with the biggest craving for scones. Kind of random because I’ve probably bought about 3 scones in my life. I’ve had a few that were amazing because they were homemade, but for the most part they’re kind of a let down.

I searched the internet for a good recipe, and came across this one which looked pretty simple and delicious. Both were true- they were super easy (and quick!) and all my taste testers agreed they were just as good -actually better- than regular scones.

I ended up making a few batches, each time changing what I put in them. I used dried currants in the first batch (photographed), but also made them with blueberries, which I think were my favorite. My point is- get creative. Savory scones are up next in my kitchen… bacon+chive? caramelized onion+goat cheese? Decisions, decisions.

*the only change I made to the recipe was the use of coconut sugar instead of regular sugar

these go perfectly paired with some creme fraiche and jam (the picture with jam didn’t look as pretty, but trust me, they were a match made in heaven)

About eesh
I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles. -Audrey Hepburn

2 Responses to Gluten Free Cream Scones

  1. Pingback: Heart Scones | eesh your heart out

  2. kate says:

    These look delicious!! For the gluten-free flour did you use “Jeanne’s Gluten….or Just regular Gluten-free
    flour? Also did you add the grated lime zest?

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