Cranberry Scones

This is going to be a short post.
Not because it’s just before 7 but because you have to make these scones for breakfast today.
They are THE BEST cranberry scones I’ve ever had.
They are the softest, flakiest scones I’ve made. Not to mention they are so pretty!
Cranberry scones
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp. baking powder
pinch of salt
1/3 cup sugar in the raw
6 tbsp. cold vegan butter
1/2 cup roughly chopped cranberries
scant 1/2 cup So Delicious cultured coconut milk
Heat the oven to 425F.
In your food processor mix the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Pulse few seconds. Now add the cubed cold butter and pulse a couple of times until the mixture resembles crumbs.
Put the flour mixture into a bowl and mix in the cranberries.
Slowly mix in the cultured coconut milk.
With floured hands remove the dough from the bowl, shape it into a disc and press down onto a scone pan if you’re using one or put it on a baking sheet, cut into 8 wedges and bake until slightly brown. (~15 minutes if using a pan, little longer if baking on a cookie sheet)
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  1. Elin says

    Roxana…I have fresh cranberries in the freezer and I will definitely try this out since you say it is the BEST ! :):) thanks for sharing this soft and flakiest scones recipe. Yea, they are cute too !

  2. Kiri W. says

    They look great, but I can never eat more than few bites – scones are too dry for me in general. Same problem with biscuits… but I do love the cranberry flavoring. Maybe one day someone will invent a moist scone for me, haha! 😉

  3. Kitchen Belleicious says

    my parents are coming in for a quick visit and I was just thinking i wanted a breakfast treat to make for the morning that is new and fun and then I see this recipe. I love using cranberries this time of year- awesome

  4. Jean (Lemons and Anchovies) says

    Roxana, those scones do look pretty…and I bet taste even better. I've had scones on my mind lately so these look especially tempting this morning.

    Have a great day!

  5. Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking says

    Oh these look so delicious. I just e-mailed our daughter your link and I bet she makes these today!

  6. Julie M. says

    Roxana, I can see why you wanted to be quick. who has time for reading a blog post when there are fabulous scones to be made! These look amazing!

  7. Wendy Irene says

    I'm in luck! I just bought some cranberries. The only thing I need to get is the coconut milk. Thanks for sharing your great recipes with us!

  8. Tina says

    Fluffy goodness with a hint of tart cranberries…I am in! You have such a talent for breads of all sorts-I would definitely be a regular customer if you had your own bakery close by me! Another terrific, delicious recipe-well done!

  9. Cristina says

    My Hubbs adores cranberry scones. He'd be thrilled if I made these for him. I haven't been real successful in making scones, but would like to give these a try! 😉

  10. scrambledhenfruit says

    So pretty! My kids are coming home for Thanksgiving and I'm going to need lots of goodies for them. This sounds like breakfast one morning to me! :)

  11. vianney says

    I love these!! cranberry scones, how perfect for the holiday!! My "to try" recipes is brimming with your creations!! thanks! stumbled!

  12. Jill @ MadAboutMacarons says

    Hm. They look fabulous, Roxana. You've just organised our Christmas morning with bubbly & cranberry juice along with these wonderful scones!

  13. Elisabeth says

    Hi Roxana-I'm gonna make sure to pass your recipe on to Lora, because she is the vegan baker these days, in the family. I'm sure she would love to whip these pretty, fluffy, and delicious cranberry scones, since she also has vegan butter, as well!

  14. Nami | Just One Cookbook says

    By far, cranberry scones are my favorite scone. It used to be blueberries but I'm all about cranberries and my daughter and I can eat 1.5 (3 for us). =) Your cranberry scones look absolutely delicious!

  15. Jenelle says

    I just made these. After popping them in the oven, I realized my sugar was still sitting out. It is called for in the ingredients but is not in the instructions. Where does it belong? It was too late to mix it in, as I assume it should be so I just sprinkled it on top. Hope they turn out.

  16. Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything} says

    Hi Jenelle,
    I'm so sorry I left the sugar out of the instructions. You should have mixed it with the flour, at the very beginning.
    Hope they turned out well.

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