Sunday, 14 March 2021

Easy to Make Dairy Free Scones


If there's one thing I love making it's scones - more often than not, all the ingredients are in your cupboard already, they take no time at all and they're delicious sweet or savoury! I make all my bakes in my Thermomix so I use a mixture of already programmed Thermomix recipes as well as my own favourites and adapt them to use in the machine. I also make everything dairy-free due to our sons dairy allergy which means there's been a lot of trial and error over the years. 

This particular scone recipe is based on a BBC Good Food recipe by Jane Hornby but I've tweaked the ingredient amounts and made it dairy-free so we can all enjoy them together at home.



What you'll need (makes 8):
400g self-raising flour
1tsp baking powder
90g Vitalite butter
3tbsp caster sugar
185ml oat milk
1tsp vanilla extract

Egg to glaze before baking
Jam and clotted cream to serve

Method:
  • Heat oven to 220c/Gas 7 and line trays with baking paper. Place self-raising flour into a large bowl followed by a pinch of salt and your baking powder then mix. If using a Thermomix do the same and mix for 20sec on speed 1.5
  • Add butter and rub in with fingers until mixture resembles crumbs then add the caster sugar. For Thermomix add butter and caster sugar then mix for 30sec on speed 1.5
  • Warm oat milk in the microwave until warm and add vanilla extract
  • Take oat milk and combine with mixture quickly with a knife. In Thermomix add oat milk then mix for 30sec on speed 2
  • Cover worktop in flour then empty dough, work the dough a few times until smooth then take a rolling pin and roll out to 4cm before taking your cutter to cut out your scones
  • Brush top with beaten egg then place on a baking tray - bake for 12/15 minutes until golden
  • Once baked, leave to cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes 


As you can see, the recipe is super easy to create and pretty much fail-safe meaning you are left with deliciously perfect dairy-free scones every time.

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13 comments

  1. Uh truly miss a scone! I never did them at home but they sound pretty easy to make! Really craving one for breakfast with clotted cream and strawberry jam! Thank you for sharing x

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  2. These look so good!! Especially with the jam. I love the use of oat milk, as that has become my dairy free milk of choice.

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  3. Mhmm I love making scones, I'll have to try this recipe, thanks!

    Zoey | www.zoeyolivia.com

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  4. I love making scones and I'm always shocked by how easy the recipe is!

    Katie | katieemmabeauty.com

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  5. These scones look so delicious Alice! x

    Lucy | www.lucymary.co.uk

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  6. These scones sound delicious! I haven't made them in such a long time but I will definitely be giving these a go!

    Sarah | www.aspoonfulofvanilla.co.uk

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  7. I don’t think I’ve made scones since home ec at school and now I want scones x

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  8. I’m not the best baker but I’d like to improve! These look great x

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  9. Ooh thanks for this - my boyfriend is vegan so if I just don't glaze, these look perfect!

    Jasmine xx

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  10. We love scones but being dairy free can never buy them, will give this recipe a whirl.
    Katescloset.uk

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  11. I'm a sucker for scones! They are just delicious.

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  12. Who can resist a scone? I have a craving now! I'd love a Thermomix - a definite on my wishlist! x

    Beautylymin

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  13. Hi Alice. Those scones look delicious. At the risk of stirring-up trouble, shouldn't the cream be on top of the jam? ;)

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