These Paleo Scones Are Our Jam

Bake and then bite into these crumbly, paleo scones. Pair them with mixed berry jam or coconut creme fraiche (refined sugar free but they are still just as sweet) and our new Moroccan ceramics. Follow our friends The Kitchy Kitchen and Sweet Laurel’s recipes below for scrumptious scones.

Mother’s Scones Directions

Stir almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and salt together in a bowl. Add maple syrup, yogurt, and vanilla extract.

Stir until dough forms. Turn dough into a ball on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Shape dough into round circle, and press down so it is about 2 inches thick. Cut round circle into 6 triangular pieces.

Bake scones for about 10 minutes.

Coconut Creme Fraiche Directions

After the coconut cream has set in the fridge overnight, the coconut fat solids will separate from the coconut water. Spoon just the solids into the bowl of a stand mixer.

Beat the on high speed until peaks form. Slowly stir in the maple syrup and vanilla extract. Refrigerate until use.

Mixed Berry Jam Directions

Place the berries, maple syrup, and lemon juice in saucepan. Cook over medium heat for about 8-­10 minutes, stirring constantly. Gently smash berries as they cook. Allow jam to cool, then pour into a glass jar.

Refrigerate until ready to use, up to 5 days.

Stumped with what tea to enjoy with these scones? Give these fair trade teas a whirl!

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  • I just made the scones. The recipe was easy to follow, and they turned out as pictured. They taste good. They are denser than I was hoping for, but I may play around with the amount of coconut flour a little bit. I was hoping that they would rise a bit with all the baking powder, but I don’t think they rose at all.

    • Thank you so much for reading and for trying out the recipe, Hannah! We’re so glad you liked them, and keep us posted on how they turn out again in the future!

  • I just tried these and I love how they came out – a lovely consistency and taste…except for the baking powder. The overwhelming taste is baking powder. Is 3 tablespoons really the right amount?? Thanks.

    • Thank you so much for reading and for trying out the recipe, Charlotte! We’re so glad you liked them! Three tablespoons is the correct amount of baking powder needed for this recipe.