The Best Vegan Scone Recipes
The best scones are buttery, flaky and moreish; perfect for afternoon teas or as a stand-alone snack. Here are some scone recipes for every mood (and craving).
Scones are a British classic that are always certain to cause a bit of conflict (scone like cone or gone?) but are otherwise a favourite at afternoon teas and picnics. Here are some scone recipes that, regardless of pronunciation, we can all agree are delicious.
Vegan Scone Recipes
allplants’ very own recipe creator Val knocked it out the park with these vegan scones. Soft and flaky, they are the ultimate vessel for your favourite jam and homemade vegan clotted cream (luckily also included in the recipe!) Remember: all you need is a large bowl and the confidence to let the dough be.
We love The Veg Space’s recipe for vegan cheese scones, the perfect savoury treat. These are light and buttery, and are super simple to make. For a morish accompaniment to soups and stews, or just to eat on its own, these scones will certainly not disappoint.
For those that love a fruit scone, this recipe by Wallflower kitchen should definitely be on your radar. A handful of raisins, some tea, a dash of cinnamon and all-spice makes this a warming treat perfect during autumn and winter.
Where to buy vegan scones
Not in baking mood but still want your fill of scones? We understand. Vegan scones can be bought online from Devon Hampers, where they’ll be delivered fresh. You can also buy a box of vegan scones on Yumbles, from East London bakery Portia Bakes.
Want to know what vegan jam is best for slathering on your scones? Check out our guide on the best vegan spreads for inspiration.
Know of any more amazing vegan scones? Let us know in the comments.
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.