You can’t go wrong with a scone. They are great plain or with any fruit or nut baked in them. Here are 24 delicious gluten-free scone recipes to get you started on your scone baking journey.
Scones are a sweetened version of biscuits. You can add almost any fruit to the batter and everyone will love them. Think of blueberries, strawberries, currants, lemon, and apples. Pair them with almonds, walnuts, or pecans, and make some great combinations.
You can make them without fruit and nuts and have a great scone with pumpkin spice, orange zest, or creamy vanilla.
If chocolate is what you are looking for, there are two recipes with decadent chocolate baked in.
Also included are two savory recipes, one with olives, and the other with cheese.
I’m sure you will find a favorite recipe or two!
Gluten-Free Scones (With Berries) by Allergy Free Alaska
Easy Gluten Free Scone Recipe with Lemon Cardamom Glaze by From Scratch fast
Blueberry Gluten-Free Scones by Minimalist Baker
Gluten Free Pistachio Scones By Lorann Oils
Gluten Free Cinnamon Scones With Maple Icing by The Bettered Blondie
Easy Gluten Free Pumpkin Scones by Dish By Dish
Gluten Free Fruit & Nut Scones by Laura’s Gluten Free Kitchen
Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Scones Recipe by My One Hundred Year Old Home
Gluten Free Blackberry Scones by Zest For Baking
Gluten-Free Orange Scones by Pickles and Honey
Gluten-Free Matcha Scones by Foodaciously
Gluten Free Lemon-Strawberry Cornmeal Scones by Mid West Living
Banana Walnut Scones by Around My Family Table
Gluten Free Orange Pomegranate Scones by Chehalem Ridge
Gluten-free Peach Scones by Tea Time magazine
Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Scones by The Toasted Pinenut
Gluten Free Gingerbread Scones by Faithfully Gluten Free
Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Scones by Nyssa’s Kitchen
Easy Gluten Free Lemon Poppy Seed Scones Recipe by Joyful Healthy Eats
Gluten Free Cheese and Chive Scones by Living Freely Gluten Free
Jill Davis, author for Life So Ever
Jill Davis grew up on army bases in the USA and Germany and has spent her adult life on the East Coast. She resides in Virginia where she gets to enjoy lots of hiking trails, kayaking, and other outdoor adventures. No recipe intimidates her and she is always up to try most foods. Her second language is sarcasm and she always looks for the good in life.