Have you seen my newly published Gluten Free Baking from the Heart Book? It was released 4 months ago and has been selling so successfully that I’ve had to get a 3rd print run.Continue reading
I have a gluten free scone recipe already here and it’s a good one too. I found mixing gluten free flour with almond flour was a great way to get a delicious result and I have no complaints about it. You can try it here: https://cozebakes.com/2017/03/31/gluten-free-fruit-scones/
My gluten free scone world was moving along very nicely thank you until I visited Marlfield House https://www.marlfieldhouse.com/ and they served THE most fluffy scone I’ve ever tasted and it was gluten free! I couldn’t get the scone out of my head and once home did a little research on different gf scone recipes and decided to try adding rice flour to my recipe. Obsessed?? Me?? 🙂 🙂 Oh did it deliver and how so it was worth it!
A traditional and well loved cake which never fails to please and is so versatile. It’s elegant and can be as simple or fancy as you like. This gluten free version is so good it’s impossible to tell the difference and I’ve put some serving options at the bottom of the page if you would like to try them.
If you’re following a dairy free diet, this can be adapted also by a) replacing the margarine with dairy free spread, b) using almond or soya milk and c) dairy free cream for the filling. All are available in most supermarkets.
It will serve 8 to 10 and can be frozen without the cream. Sponge freezes so well.