Gluten free scones are perfect for tea time, but you don’t have to love tea to enjoy a gluten free scone recipe from this collection! I put all of my best gluten free scone recipes in one place, so you can see all of your choices when deciding which simple gluten free scones to make.
On Fearless Dining, you will find all sorts of sweet scones and savory scones. There really is a scone for every taste bud!
If you are new to gluten free baking, don’t forget to check out my Beginner Gluten Free 101 Guide for tips on how to live gluten free.
What are Scones?
Scones are sort of biscuit, sort of muffin, some can be heavy, others light and fluffy with flaky layers. They go well with coffee, tea, breakfast, brunch, or snack time. I love to make savory scones to go with a pot of soup or stew!
Scones are much easier to make than you think! Scones are considered a sweet (or savory) single-serve bread that is often enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee.
Let’s talk about the gluten free flours you can use to make these gluten free scone recipes.
Flour Options for Making Scones Gluten Free:
- Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1 Gluten Free Flour Blend
- Authentic Foods Gluten Free Multiblend (I love how super fine they grind their gluten free flours!)
- Gluten Free Cornmeal
- Authentic Foods Brown Rice Flour
- Authentic Foods White Rice Flour
- Authentic Foods Sorghum Flour
- Gluten Free Arrowroot Flour
- Gluten Free Buckwheat Flour
- Xanthan Gum
- Tapioca Starch
- Chestnut Flour
You can also check out my Gluten Free Pantry recommendations.
How to Make Simple Gluten Free Scones:
If you decide to make wedges for your scone shape, here are some easy ways to make the scones:
Mix up your gluten free scone dough. You want to form a ball.
Lay a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Form the dough into a ball and then roll until it is 1 1/2 to 2 inches thick. Use a knife to cut the dough circle into wedges.
You can also use a scone pan if you want to have uniformly shaped scones. Using a scone pan definitely is a time saver. Your scones will taste the same either way you bake them.
Bake the scones until slightly golden. Use a knife to recut along the cut lines you made in the raw dough.
Serve scones hot or cold.
I broke this gluten free scone recipes list into sweet and savory scones. Sweet scones are great anytime, and they even make a great dessert. Savory scones are great on their own, but dipped in hot soup? They are just as good as any gluten free bread or roll!
Sweet Scones Recipes:
You will love the lightness of these gluten free strawberry scones. Drizzle icing on top, or enjoy these fresh strawberry scones plain. These gluten free scones are also dairy free! I made these scones in a scone pan.
These gluten free coconut, pecan, and date scones are my very favorite scone recipe. These are a sweet dessert scone! They go beautifully with my latte.
Even though these gluten free eggnog scones are a popular holiday treat, you can make homemade eggnog (link to a great recipe is in this recipe) and enjoy this year-round! Sweet with delicious cinnamon, nutmeg and clove!
If you love bacon, these gluten free maple bacon scones are so good! These are one of my favorite scones, especially with the maple glaze on top!
These gluten free sweet potato scones make a delicious snack at tea time. Sweet potato adds a natural sweetness that is perfect with a cup of Earl Grey.
These gluten free peach scones make a delicious breakfast treat…the beautiful thing about this gluten free scone recipe is that you can use any fruit! Try making them with fresh blueberries next!
Have you ever tried a savory scone? These gluten free fontina herb scones are a delicious easy scone recipe to try. They are delicious with stew or soup!
Pear and gorgonzola cheese combine to make the best taste! I took these flavors and created a delicious savory scone recipe for you.
Have you tried delicata squash? Its sweetness blends beautifully with gluten free cornmeal to make these savory scones. Enjoy this scone recipe with a hot bowl of chili :-).
These hearty buckwheat cheddar scones are perfect with a bowl of hot tomato soup. These savory scones are filling enough to be a meal!
Have you ever tried baking with chestnut flour? It adds a deliciously unique flavor to these scones. Easy step by step directions shows you how easy these gluten free scones are to make.
I hope you have enjoyed this simple gluten free scone roundup, and that you have chosen a scone recipe or two to try for yourself :-).
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