Vegan scones recipe | Simple and quick to make

Scones are definitely very underrated according to me.

If you ever get bread cravings but don’t want to/can’t go to the store, or don’t like store bought bread… then make scones. Or if you need to throw together a quick brunch or breakfast then scones is a good go to.

You can also vary how you make scones… such as more savoury scones using different seasonings. Or more sweet scones using berries, dried fruit or chocolate. Not to mention which flour sort you use, there are recipes using almond flour or coconut flour or just oat flour, or gluten free scones. However i prefer to just use regular white flour, or sometimes use 50/50 graham flour and all purpose flour, or i just add some oats or oat flour along with the all purpose flour. But that is just my personal preferance 🙂


In the past i have shared THIS scones recipe, and also THIS recipe for cornbread scones.

This time i decided to measure out and try a different scones recipe and it turned out SOO good. Usually when i make scones i don’t measure out… but i can say, it makes such adifferent to actually measure out the ingredients. It tastes so much better.

In total it takes about 15-20 minutes to make these, so MAKE THEM!

Also feel free to add whatever extras you want 🙂

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Recipe for the chili: HERE

5 Comments Add yours

  1. These look so good!


  2. carol says:

    These look delicious Izzy and so simple to make – I totally agree scones are under rated when you stop and think of all the different combinations you can make 🙂 We have “cream teas” here, usually in the little coffee shops, which are scones, butter, clotted cream and strawberry jam – and are totally delicious for a treat!


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