Easy Vegan Scones are an essential part of any afternoon tea and these lovely light and fluffy scones mean noone need miss out! This basic recipe can be flavoured in anyway you like by just adding a few simple ingredients or keep them plain for a traditional cream tea! The only question is jam first or cream?
Scones. With a few simple ingredients and a little know how, anyone can make a crowd pleasing batch of scones to impress even the harshest critics. They are great as both savoury and sweet treats. With the flavour combinations only limited by your imagination! Favourites here at The Peachicks’ Bakery include Alys’ Coconut & lime, Vegan Cheese & Chive and my personal favourite Cinnamon & Apple.
Speedy as well as easy to make, you can have a batch of warm scones from bowl to table in around half an hour. Making them great for any occasion. I often make batches of savoury ones in the mornings for lunchboxes. And whichever way you top yours, what afternoon tea is complete without a scone piled high with jam and cream?
All our scone recipes are made without dairy, eggs, soya or peanuts and most are suitable for vegans. Just use your favourite glutenfree flour & they will be suitable for most dietary needs.
Looking for something different for a special afternoon tea? Then these Vegan Blackberry White Chocolate Scones are just what you need! Soft dairy free scones filled with pockets of sticky, jammy blackberries and sweet vegan white chocolate chips. Bowl to Baked in half an hour and sure to impress all your guests. Serve warm as part of an elegant vegan afternoon tea. Really easy to make to suit any dietary needs.
Asparagus & Cheese Scones with their delicate asparagus slices, pockets of melty cheese and pretty little flecks of green chives are a beautiful variation on a cheese scone. Delicious with dairy free cheese; these fluffy, savoury scones are worthy of any luxury vegan afternoon tea. Also works with cows milk cheese (or goats cheese for a sharper flavour) and finely diced red onion adds a beautiful extra colour! Best eaten warm while the cheese is still melty, stuffed with more dairy free cheese and a caramelised red onion chutney or good old pickle.
Cheese & Tomato Scones are packed full of fresh herbs, smoky chilli flakes and a striking Autumnal orange colour. They are great for dunking in soup as these days turn cold but are definitely best eaten warm so the cheese is still oozy! Use whichever cheese you like, dairyfree, vegan or otherwise, they all work just as well!
Filled with flavours of the Mediterranean, this Dairyfree Cheese & Onion Wholemeal Quick Bread is a speedy, hearty lunchbox lifesaver. Soft, fluffy bread full of dairyfree cheese, red onion and olives, topped with a crunchy mix of oats & seeds. AND from mixing bowl to baked in less than 40minutes! This is the perfect recipe for last minute lunchboxes or dunking in soup. Or cut into individual scones for a savoury afternoon tea treat this Mother’s Day!
Vegan Blackberry & Apple Scones perfect for #NationalAllotmentWeek #NationalAfternoonTeaWeek! You’ve heard of self-saucing puddings well these are scones make their own jam! Perfect for using up windfall apples and beautiful blackberries!
These yummy Vegan Rhubarb & Custard Scones are a celebration of everything we all love about rhubarb crumble and custard. They are light, fluffy and with their vibrant yellow colour and rhubarb slice on top they are so pretty, best of all they are dairy free, soy free and suitable for vegans! Topped with homemade rhubarb & vanilla jam as well as a thick homemade custard filling these are perfect for making any Summer Afternoon Tea into a special occasion!