Gluten Free Mama’s Scone Mix

$10.99

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

Mama’s Scone Mix ~ Makes 3 batches!

Mama’s scones are incredibly delicious, easy to make, a perfect treat to have with guests or just a cup of tea. All you need is cream and your favorite fruit or nuts. Recipes are included for Cranberry Orange, Blueberry Almond, and Lemon Poppy Seed scones; more recipes are available in Mama’s Cookbook In the Kitchen with Gluten Free Mama. When Mama knows she’s having guests over, she tosses in a quick batch of scones in the oven and then gets ready while they are baking. When guests arrive, the house smells amazing and her guests are treated to an amazing dessert. They will think you worked really hard, our secret that it was easy as can be.

These can be made with a dairy free milk or coconut cream, they just won’t be as rich as traditional scones.

INGREDIENTS White Rice Flour, Organic Evaporated Cane Sugar, Tapioca Flour, Potato Starch Flour, Almond Meal, Sweet Rice Flour, Aluminum Free Baking Powder (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Corn Starch, Monocalcium Phosphate) Xanthan Gum, Sea Salt, Vanilla Powder (Vanilla Bean Extractives, Evaporated Cane Juice, Silica, Cellulose)

Allergens Contain Almonds

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4 reviews for Gluten Free Mama’s Scone Mix

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Laura L Hanna

    I got this scone mix off of Amazon and had to buy 6 bags. I found them to be dense and gummy and, unless enhanced, not very tasty. I was really disappointed. I was hoping they would be akin to KAF GF Scones which I find irresistible and fool proof. I am going to try to return 5 of the bags and will also see if I can adjust the recipe with what remains in the open bag, so that they are edible. My husband says they are okay if you put cream cheese and jelly on them.
    I got this scone mix off of Amazon and had to buy 6 bags. I found them to be dense and gummy and, unless enhanced, not very tasty. I was really disappointed. I was hoping they would be akin to KAF GF Scones which I find irresistible and fool proof. I am going to try to return 5 of the bags and will also see if I can adjust the recipe with what remains in the open bag, so that they are edible. My husband says they are okay if you put cream cheese and jelly on them.
    • hgourmet

      Thanks for reaching out Laura! We appreciate your honesty. We leave our scone mix plain so you can add the flavors and mix ins you desire such as cranberries and orange zest or blueberries and lemon zest, or chocolate chips etc. As for the consistency, scones can be tricky. If you would like the end result to be more light you can add more fluid or cream (try a tablespoon at a time.) For a lighter less dense scone the dough needs to be sticky and not over handled. Although a scone pan isn't necessary I like using one so the outside has a soft crunch to it with a soft light texture inside. Hopefully that will help!Here is an affordable scone pan that I use and love. https://www.worldmarket.com/product/aqua+ceramic+scone+pan.do?searchTerm=Scone%20pan
      Thanks for reaching out Laura! We appreciate your honesty. We leave our scone mix plain so you can add the flavors and mix ins you desire such as cranberries and orange zest or blueberries and lemon zest, or chocolate chips etc. As for the consistency, scones can be tricky. If you would like the end result to be more light you can add more fluid or cream (try a tablespoon at a time.) For a lighter less dense scone the dough needs to be sticky and not over handled. Although a scone pan isn't necessary I like using one so the outside has a soft crunch to it with a soft light texture inside. Hopefully that will help!Here is an affordable scone pan that I use and love. https://www.worldmarket.com/product/aqua+ceramic+scone+pan.do?searchTerm=Scone%20pan
  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    D. Slough

    Wow. My experience was the complete opposite. I have used all 6 bags I received off Amazon and am on this site to order more. I have used these scones plain for shortcake, with dark chocolate chips for breakfast, with fresh raspberries . . . the sky is the limit. I've taken them to dinner parties with various berry concoctions as toppings several times this summer, and I have received rave reviews. I never tell people they are GF until after the dessert is served. People are always shocked. I"m not sure what I did differently, but mine were not gummy in any way. I expect scones to be dense. I would be disappointed if they were not.As the mother of a newly diagnosed 12 year old Celiac, I am extremely grateful to have found this brand.
    Wow. My experience was the complete opposite. I have used all 6 bags I received off Amazon and am on this site to order more. I have used these scones plain for shortcake, with dark chocolate chips for breakfast, with fresh raspberries . . . the sky is the limit. I've taken them to dinner parties with various berry concoctions as toppings several times this summer, and I have received rave reviews. I never tell people they are GF until after the dessert is served. People are always shocked. I"m not sure what I did differently, but mine were not gummy in any way. I expect scones to be dense. I would be disappointed if they were not.As the mother of a newly diagnosed 12 year old Celiac, I am extremely grateful to have found this brand.
  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    karen george

    I've used this mix in my tea room and my gluten free customers love them. Add 2 tablespoons sugar to I cup of the mix, bind with 1/3 cup of buttermilk and bake for 9 mins in a 360 degree oven.
    I've used this mix in my tea room and my gluten free customers love them. Add 2 tablespoons sugar to I cup of the mix, bind with 1/3 cup of buttermilk and bake for 9 mins in a 360 degree oven.
  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kate

    I found this mix at Tjmaxx and thought I'd give it a try. WOW! I find this to be better than King Arthur Flour Scone mix which is my go-to brand for any GF baking. ( This also makes a lot more batches than just the one batch box of KAF).I was skeptical of only adding cream, but these were the lightest, most moist scones- GF or not! I did add just a tiny bit more (tsp?) cream than directions said to get dough to absorb all th mix.I then made cookie size flat rounds with half of the dough, added whole blueberries on top, then added topper rounds of dough, sealed edges to hold in blueberries. Almost like a ravioli method, but keeps the blueberries whole and keeps dough from turning purple from squished blueberries.Highly recommend this mix, and look forward to trying other ones! Thank you GF Mama!
    I found this mix at Tjmaxx and thought I'd give it a try. WOW! I find this to be better than King Arthur Flour Scone mix which is my go-to brand for any GF baking. ( This also makes a lot more batches than just the one batch box of KAF).I was skeptical of only adding cream, but these were the lightest, most moist scones- GF or not! I did add just a tiny bit more (tsp?) cream than directions said to get dough to absorb all th mix.I then made cookie size flat rounds with half of the dough, added whole blueberries on top, then added topper rounds of dough, sealed edges to hold in blueberries. Almost like a ravioli method, but keeps the blueberries whole and keeps dough from turning purple from squished blueberries.Highly recommend this mix, and look forward to trying other ones! Thank you GF Mama!
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