These delicious little scones are perfect for any occasion and are low in sugar!!
I love scones! They are like biscuits that have been lightly sweetened and flavored.
I got the idea for these scones from Doughlights.blog. She has a wonderful baking blog and I highly recommend following her blog!
I have made my version of these scones eggless.
serve these scones with jelly, jam, apple butter (or pumpkin butter), or butter.
Don’t have chia seeds?
You can use one egg in place of the chia “egg”.
I didn’t make a glaze for these scones, on the blog that inspired these there was a glaze. Her recipe for the glaze is typed below.
150g powdered sugar.
2 tbsp dairy free milk or normal milk.
1/2 tsp cinnamon.
whisk together until smooth.
drizzle over scones when cooled.
Makes: 12 round scones (1 dozen)
1 1/2 cups of flour.
1/2 cup of oats.
1 tbsp baking powder.
1/3 cup of sugar.
pinch of sea salt.
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon.
1/2 cup of vegan butter cold and cubed (1 stick).
2 tbsp dairy free milk.
1 tsp vanilla.
1 banana mashed.
1 tbsp molasses.
The chia egg
1 tbsp chia seeds.
2 tbsp water.
make the chia egg by combining the water and egg in a small bowl. Let sit for a few minutes.
whip the butter with the flour, oats, and sugar. Add the remaining ingredients. Add the chia egg. Mix until well combined.
flour a hard surface and roll out the dough slightly thick. Flour a mason jar and cut out scones. You will have to re-roll the dough multiple times.
grease a baking sheet and place scones on it. Place in the fridge for 30 mins.
Then bake at 375•f for 20 mins or more.
if desired enjoy with the glaze.
5 thoughts on “Banana cinnamon scones”
Thank you so much for your kind words! These look amazing, I’m so happy these turned out for you! 🙂
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Thank you! I would never have made these without your recipe!
These look delicious – the oaty addition is a great idea!