Like A Rolling Scone
In the past we have shared a recipe for blueberry scones, and now we are playing around with a gluten free scone recipe made with lemon. Perfect for taking advantage of yummy winter citrus season! These scones were inspired by traditional English scones rather than the triangular ones we see in the US. Scones in England are usually much taller, and you would cut a scone in half to fill it with jam and cream. Instead we are making thinner scones that you can use to sandwich your goodies inside! Stay tuned for our lemon curd recipe that we paired with this gluten free scone recipe for the ultimate burst of delicious zest. Of course these would also be delicious topped with some fruit.
Find the full recipe in our printable recipe template below. Once you are finished, enjoy with your morning coffee or afternoon tea! Browse all of the recipes on our site for more culinary adventures, or head over to our membership page to receive DIY inspiration every single day. If you love celebrating winter citrus like we do, find our collection of projects in our Winter Citrus Series to add more citrus elements to your daily life. Cheers! ~ Lia & Team
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Are you sure it is 500 degrees ? It is really hight and not possible on my oven.
Thank in advance
You’ll see in the instructions that we turn down the temperature to 425 just before baking 🙂
What is Xanthan Gum?
It’s a gluten free thickening agent. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xanthan_gum
Ooooh these look so pretty and scrumptious! Lemon curd on scones is just a perfect combination. 🙂
They really are! 🙂
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