Lemon Blueberry Scones (Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

Perfect lemon blueberry scones – so easy you can make them in one bowl and just drop them on a baking sheet! A simple gluten-free scone recipe with almond flour and honey that’s paleo and dairy-free. Try them with tea for a breakfast treat!

Paleo lemon blueberry scones (gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free)

I love these easy lemon blueberry scones. Made with almond flour, blueberries, lemon, and honey, they are everything that is good about scones. And they are paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free.

Watch the video to see how easy it is to make these almond flour scones!

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How to Make Blueberry Scones with Almond Flour

This is an easy one-bowl, no rolling pin needed, drop scone recipe. You just whisk the dry ingredients together in the bowl, then stir in the wet ingredients. And gently fold the blueberries into the batter, just before scooping onto a cookie sheet and baking.

The key to this blueberry scone recipe is to keep stirring the flour mixture with the wet ingredients until it forms a dough. At first, it will seem like there is not enough moisture, but if you keep going it will come together into a nice dough. The consistency is similar to biscuit or cookie dough.

It’s also important to use superfine blanched almond flour for these grain-free blueberry scones. Do not substitute coconut flour or other gluten-free flour blends as they will not work in this recipe.

I’ve used Meyer lemon for these scones, but regular lemons work just as well. I also use fresh blueberries (organic if possible). It’s important to use fresh blueberries — frozen blueberries add too much moisture to these scones. This recipe uses a lot of blueberries, they add to the natural sweetness of the almond and honey.

Almond flour lemon blueberry scones

If there are any leftovers after breakfast, I put the rest of the batch into the freezer. These lemon blueberry scones freeze beautifully. To thaw, just put them in a cold oven and turn it on to 300 degrees. (I put a piece of parchment paper right on the oven rack and set the scones on it.) They are warmed through in about 15 minutes. Warm paleo lemon blueberry scones will brighten your day.

These gluten-free scones are amazing with honey butter (I make it with ghee) right out of the oven. Of course, you can use coconut butter for a dairy-free topping. They’re perfect with tea, a latte or even lemonade (like this one with honey).

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What’s your favorite scone flavor? Let me know in the comments below!