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Vegan maple scones with pecan & cranberries served with maple’s butter! :)

Today, I made these Festive Vegan Maple scones with pecans & cranberries! The scones itself are Vegan!! The maple’s butter is not! Maple butter is pure maple syrup with some added unsalted butter that is boiled, cooled & whipped into this tasty Canadian spread! Very rich but surely delicious! It is very sweet so it is good that my scones are not! πŸ˜‰ So use it for a long time in small portions!

Vegan Deliciousness!
Vegan Deliciousness!

I just looovvveeee these tasty scones! I used white spelt flour in them & vegan margarine! They are also topped with a maple glaze! You will love them too, even as a nice breakfast in these lovely cold days before Christmas,…or they are great eaten as a nice brunch on Christmas day,…;)

Canadian Maple Butter!
Canadian Maple Butter!

Recipe: For 21 round scones


440 gr white spelt flour Β (3 +1/2 cups )

4 teaspoons of baking powder

88 gr pecans, cut up finely (1/2 cup + 1/8 cup)

50 gr of apple sweetened dried cranberries (1/3 cup )

160 gr vegan margarine, I used 100% Planta (1/2 cup + a bit less than 1/4 cup)

250 ml unsweetened soy milk Β (1 cup)

125 ml pure maple syrup, I used grade C, (1/2 cup) divided into 6 tablespoons + 2+ 1/2 tablespoons

* To serve: Canadian Maple Butter


1. Take 1 or 2 oven racks out of your oven & preheat it to 200Β° C ( 400 F ) for 10 minutes.

2. Place a sieve over a larger bowl. Sieve your spelt flour & baking powder. Mix lightly with a spoon. Fold pecan pieces & cranberries gently into the flour-baking powder mix. Now, add baking margarine & with help of your hands mix it together until it resembles breadcrumbs. Now, you have a crumbly dough.Β Add soy milk & 6 tablespoons of your maple syrup. Mix with a spoon. The dough will stick & is a bit wet.

3. Place the dough with floured hands on a well-floured Silpat. Use white spelt flour for this! Knead the dough for 5 to 6 times until you end up with a real elastic dough! You can use a bit more spelt flour to prevent sticking! Divide the dough into 2. With your hands, flatten the dough. You don’t need a rolling-pin, it is not necessary! My dough was about 1 to 2 cm thick. I used my round 5cm diameter cutter to make equal sized round scones!

4. Take an oven rack & place another unused Silpat or baking sheet on it. Place your scones, well spaced apart, on it. Prick the top of each scone, a few times, lightly with a fork. With the rest of your maple syrup, glaze aka brush the top & sides of each scone. Bake into the lower part of the oven for about 12-15 minutes until they are golden & browned. Take them out of the oven & repeat with the rest of the scone dough. When ready, test with a small pin, inside of the scone. If it comes out clean, they are ready! Now, carefully take them out of the oven & place on a wire rack to cool down completely! When completely cooled, place them in a lovely cake tin & enjoy, sliced open horizontally with some good Maple Butter or with something else!

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

33 thoughts on “Vegan maple scones with pecan & cranberries served with maple’s butter! :)

  1. That sounds like a very tasty and interesting variety of the scones, Sophie. Kb and the girls LOVE ❀ cranberries so we are all set to try it out. πŸ™‚
    Have a wonderful, cozy weekend,
    big *hug* from the four of us, Dina

  2. Looks yummy! This can be eaten without any added sweeteners! But you are introducing something new to try. Now let me look for Maple butter! It is a shame I have not tried it so far!

  3. Your maple scones look so delicious & even fabulous, my dear friend! πŸ˜‰
    I must make them tomorrow, for sure! Yum!

  4. Hi Sophie,
    A new variety of scones, a very good idea of you. It looks great!

  5. Maple butter is the nectar of the gods! You could smear it on anything and it would taste good, but these scones look so tasty as is, they may not even need it…

  6. Yummm…and I love your maple butter too Sophie – I must give that a try!

  7. I made your tasty maple scones this afternoon & they came out perfect, dear Sophie! xx
    I served them to my mom & dad & they, including me, loved them! x

  8. I made your festive maple scones & loved them because they were vegan but also very tasty!
    Those maple scones were just utterly delicious! πŸ™‚

    Thanks again & greetings from Norway! x

  9. I made these lovely white spelt flour scones & loved them! I bought local maple butter & loved it too!
    They were not so sweet but what you smear on them is! xxx

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