This bread recipe is really special. It’s flourless, healthy and delicious! It cuts like a dream and toasts beautifully. What’s not to love!!
The recipe is just so versatile. I used some of my favourite spices but you can just leave them out completely or use your own favourite spices or herbs. Some suggestions you might like to try are cinnamon and nutmeg, cumin and chili powder, coriander and fennel seeds and garlic and rosemary. I used Smoked Paprika and Garlic for this one but will be making a cinnamon and nutmeg version next to enjoy with a cup of tea.
My tahini has salt already in it so I only used 1/2 tsp but if your tahini is salt free, then add a teaspoon. I added some sunflower seeds for added crunch and again, you can add whatever works for you. I used almond butter but you can use peanut butter, cashew butter or your own favourite.
These scones are just perfect, fresh from the oven, warm and maybe spread with a little butter or chutney. Seriously very comforting food! The recipes comes together quickly and they are definitely worth making for a perfect mid morning or afternoon treat.
As much as I love a sweet scone, my heart probably lies firmly in the Brown Scone box. I really love a hearty brown scone. I love that I can decide to go with butter, or jam but if I feel like it, I can top with some cheese or whatever may take my fancy that day.
Unfortunately trying to find a gluten free brown scone has been almost impossible and I did try one but it was like eating grain from the miller (without the help of finer processes)!
So one day while I was making some gluten free brown bread, I thought …. this might work so I gave it a go and success! I know I’m going on a bit about it but honestly, I feel I came up with this idea and practically created a gluten free brown scone!