Gluten Free Scones

Oct 24, 2013 by

  Are you one of millions of Americans who are challenged to live a gluten free existence?   If so, this article will help you discover how to make delicious gluten free scones.  There are many gluten free afternoon tea adaptations for a variety of favorite foods.  In this article I have included two of my favorite scone recipes.  The first is from King Arthur Flour and includes a recipe for creating your own multi-purpose gluten free baking mix.  The second comes from an extensive source of gluten free recipes… GlutenFreeGirl.com     King Arthur Flour ‘s   Gluten-Free Scones These moist scones have delicately crunchy, golden-brown tops. We like to add dried fruit to these, but leave it out if you prefer. *Note: thanks to some of your comments below, we’ve adjusted the...

read more

How To Bake Using Gluten Free Flour...

Feb 13, 2012 by

Many of the readers of this blog are living the gluten free lifestyle.  If you are just starting on this journey you may enjoy this article dedicated to helping you substitute gluten free flour into your regular baking routine.  Many delicious gluten free treats can be devoured at tea time.  So get creative!  Send me your recipes and I would be happy to post and share them with our readers.   How to Substitute With Gluten Free Flours When Baking By Gloria Freedman So you are on a gluten free diet and think you can never enjoy baking again? Not true! I have been baking since I was a little girl and was devastated when both of my daughters were diagnosed with Celiac Disease and had to go on gluten free (GF) diets. I...

read more

Almond Flour, Gluten Free, Blueberry Scones....

Jul 30, 2011 by

  There have been increasing requests for a gluten free recipes.  Here is one from NourishingFlourishing.com   Blueberry Scones Ingredients: 2 1/2 C. blanched almond flour 2 Tb. arrowroot powder (if you don’t have it, sub some coconut flour, chickpea flour, or extra almond flour) 3/4 t. baking soda 1/2 t. salt 1 ethically sourced egg (I plan to try a vegan version soon — don’t worry! I just need to get some chia) 1/4 c. agave or honey 1 t. apple cider vinegar (or lemon juice) 1 Tb. vanilla 1/2 t. almond extract (optional) 1/4 – 1/2 C. frozen blueberries (fresh should work fine too — just keep your hands wet while working with the dough. If you want a less soft/moist scone, use dried blueberries.) Recipe: 1) Mix dry ingredients. 2) Mix...

read more
Page 1 of 212