Paleo pecan chocolate chip scones are so simple and easy to make. Perfect for sharing with friends and family, these scones are grain-free, refined sugar-free, and can easily be made vegan and/or keto. I went on a crazy scone bender earlier in the spring, starting with my Paleo Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Scones, followed closely …
Grain-free, dairy-free paleo vegan lemon poppy seed scones made with almond flour, pure maple syrup, and algae oil! This simple vegan scone recipe is so easy to make and turns out so zesty and flavorful! This recipe also includes a low-carb keto option!
This post is sponsored by Thrive Culinary Algae Oil.
It’s brunch season!
Because Easter and Mother’s Day are approaching, I figured it is high time we whip up a highly brunchable lemon poppy seed scone that is both paleo and vegan. When entertaining others, you’re bound to end up with a guest or twelve who eats dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free or some combination thereof.
It has been ages since I’ve made scones, and recently I’ve been on a lemon poppy seed kick. Did you check out my Vegan Lemon Poppy Seed Pancakes? They’re mouth-wateringly fluffy and moist.
Similarly, these vegan paleo lemon poppy seed scones are incredible crowd pleasers! PLUS, they cover so many dietary restrictions (hello, Pegan! <- paleo/vegan).
These scones are basically a modern marvel. They turn out flaky with a crispy outside yet are still nice and moist on the inside. I find them to be perfectly sweet – not too sweet yet not lacking in sweetness. They are so nice and zesty in all their lemon poppy seed glory – a perfect brunch recipe for sharing with friends and family. I made them for friends I was visiting and they went absolutely berserk over them!