Scones are the perfect coffee shop pastry but not when you have milk allergies. No worries, we can make scones at home dairy-free, egg-free, and nut-free for the whole family! And these earn me huge points with my hubby, scones are his favorite! This recipe from Food Allergy Mama is one of the best we have found, however next time I want to double the chocolate chips.
After brushing on the butter, it’s also tasty to sprinkle chunky raw sugar on these before baking. Or after they come out of the oven and cool, try a simple water and powdered sugar glaze!
We have taken these on road trips before so hubby and I don’t feel too bummed about having to skip local bakeries. Nothing is better than the family being able to bond over and enjoy the same treat together. These make a great cold breakfast OR snack.
I like to “cut in” butter with my Kitchen Aid mixer (affiliate) it’s so much easier that way. And while these can be shaped round or with cookie cutters, making them into traditional triangles just like coffee shops do makes my allergy kiddo feel pretty special.
Original Post 11-05