Berrylicious Coconut Cream Scone Biscuits (GF & DF options)
These Berrylicious Coconut Cream Scone Biscuits are a favorite to make in our home as a result of not solely are they mouth wateringly scrumptious, they’re low in sugar and easy to make, which means the little folks within the household can get pleasure from baking and consuming them too! They’ve a crunchy outer like a biscuit, and a comfortable fluffy interior like a scone. Better of all, they use easy pantry objects, which I can assure most of us have readily available. They’re gluten free and low in dairy (though I’ve offered utterly dairy free choices too). I hope you and your loved ones love them as a lot as we do!
Why use SodaStream glowing water as an alternative of lemonade in scone biscuits?
SodaStream sparkling water creates superbly elasticised dough, much like while you use lemonade in scones. I choose to make these with my SodaStream in order that I can management the sugar enter I would like (if any!) and it’s one other ingredient I have already got readily available. Anybody with toddlers is aware of how useful it’s to all the time have a couple of substances readily available for baking! Particularly during COVID isolation!
Scone biscuits with whipped coconut cream and berries (gluten free with dairy free choices)
Berrylicious Coconut Cream Scone Biscuits (gluten free with dairy free choices)
Creator: Amy Darcy, Eat Pray Exercise
Recipe kind: Morning or afternoon tea
Prepare dinner time:
- 170ml SodaStream glowing water
- 2 tbs sugar OR baking stevia (sugar tastes higher and that is solely a small quantity over the entire batch)
- 2 cups gluten free self-raising flour
- 60g unsalted butter OR chilly coconut oil (I used butter to get a hotter color in my scones – the coconut oil tastes good however leaves a reasonably white wanting scone).
- 140ml coconut cream
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Contemporary or defrosted frozen blended berries, to serve
- Coconut cream, chilled over evening then whipped to serve
- To arrange the SodaStream glowing water: Fill a Sodastream 1 Litre Bottle with chilly water and carbonate.
- Preheat the oven to 200°C. Place the flour, sugar or stevia and salt in a big bowl.
- Dice the chilly butter or coconut oil and add to the flour and salt combine. Use your fingers to rub butter into the combination till it resembles a tough breadcrumb.
- Add the coconut cream and the SodaStream glowing water. Combine till a comfortable dough varieties, then knead calmly till mixed.
- Press the dough flat to round 2cm in thickness. Use a spherical cutter to chop out eight scone biscuits after which place them on a baking tray.
- Brush the scone biscuits with coconut milk previous to baking.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes, or till calmly browned.
- In the meantime make whip the coconut cream, as per ideas under.
- Serve heat, with blended berries and whipped coconut cream between two gluten free scone biscuits.
Learn how to make coconut whipped cream
The picture above and suggestions under are summarised from this publish by Minimalist Baker.
- Use full fats coconut cream, not gentle coconut cream.
- Chill coconut cream in a single day within the fridge. Maintaining it chilly will guarantee it’s arduous sufficient to whip.
- 10 minutes earlier than whipping, chill a big mixing bowl within the freezer.
- Solely scoop out the cream and depart the liquid within the can.
- Whip with an electrical mixer.
- See clumps? Hold whipping and scraping down sides, and add a number of the reserved liquid from the can to melt the combination and create extra air!
- Use instantly, OR (our most popular) make forward and chill for four hours + the place it should agency up much more!
You may sweeten it with a tsp of stevia in case you like, nonetheless I didn’t and with the berries and the scone biscuits it was candy sufficient.