Vegan Strawberry Scones Recipe

Hello, my friends! I have a treat for you today, and just in time for Easter brunch (and Mother’s Day brunch!), too – a recipe for Vegan Strawberry Scones. Aren’t they pretty? :)

vegan strawberry scones

There’s nothing quite like a freshly baked scone, in my opinion, and these do not disappoint. :)

vegan strawberry scones

Since tis the season for strawberries, it only made sense to add a pop of color and flavor in the form of my favorite red fruit. So obsessed with berries right now!

vegan strawberry scones

These scones were kept vegan thanks to Almond Breeze almond coconut milk in place of regular milk and coconut oil in place of butter. I also amped up the nutrition with whole wheat pastry flour (softer and less dense than regular whole wheat flour) instead of white flour. You won’t notice the difference, I promise. :)

vegan strawberry scone ingredients

See below for the recipe! It’s easy as can be.

vegan strawberry scones 2

Vegan Strawberry Scones Recipe

Prep Time 10 minutes Prep Time
Cook Time 20 minutes Cook Time
Total Time 30 mins Total Time


(makes 8 scones)

  • 3 cups whole wheat pastry flour, plus more for surface
  • 3 tablespoons raw sugar
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 6 tablespoons cold coconut oil
  • 1 cup chopped fresh strawberries
  • 1 cup + 2 tablespoons Almond Breeze almond coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • (optional: extra Almond Breeze and raw sugar for topping)


  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt.
  3. Cut the coconut oil in with a fork until the mixture is crumbly.
  4. Stir in strawberries.
  5. Stir in Almond Breeze and vanilla, mixing until just combined & all the dry ingredients are incorporated.
  6. Place dough onto a floured surface and pat into about a 9 inch circle. Cut the dough into 8 wedges.
  7. Transfer the wedges to a greased or nonstick baking sheet, brush with extra almond milk and sprinkle with raw sugar if desired.
  8. Bake 20 minutes, or until golden brown and firm to the touch.


vegan strawberry scones

Enjoy. :)

vegan strawberry scones

vegan strawberry scones


     Thank you to Almond Breeze for sponsoring this post!


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  1. 1

    Anne, I love everything about this post. I am from England so I HAVE to (and do) love scones, I love strawberries, almond milk (especially the almond breeze version), and I love tat they are vegan too. These are so wonderful, and I will definitely be making them as a post run snack this summer. I am trying to fine tune my nutrition to hopefully SMASH my 1:15 pr in the half next month. These will be a treat I can enjoy without overdoing the sugar! Thank you :)

  2. 3

    These looks so yummy and springy!! Just in time for Easter :) I love it!! Can’t wait to give them a try!

  3. 4

    This recipe looks great! I actually have all the ingredients for this so I might have to make them for easter.

  4. 5

    These look so delicious (and perfect for Easter)! I love a good scone and I am really intrigued that these are vegan too! :)

  5. 6

    Pretty! Can’t wait until it’s strawberry season

  6. 7

    These look absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to make these (and then eat them) when I get the chance!

  7. 8

    These look awesome! I love how pretty they look! :)

  8. 9

    This recipe is right up my alley. Can’t wait to give it a try!

  9. 10

    These seem like a perfect recipe for easter morning breakfast!

  10. 11

    Yum!! Those strawberry scones look so delicious!

  11. 12

    Yummm these look awesome!!

  12. 13
    Elisabetta says

    Hi Anne,

    I’m very pleased to have the opportunity to learn many interesting things about the correct way to eat in the USA and this week-end I’ll taste your Perfect Microwave Banana Oatmeal!!! …and then will be the turn of these amazing scones!!
    If you’re interested, ask me some lightened recipes of Italian cuisine or other recipes for re-creating them with your talent and turning them into low-calorie meals.

  13. 14

    I completely love the layout, font, pictures on this post! :)

  14. 15

    Gorgeous pictures! Those strawberries are so pretty it looks like I can pluck them out of the screen!

  15. 16

    Anne, the scones look SO delicious!

  16. 17
    Roadrunner says

    They look wonderful!

  17. 18

    These look delicious! Can’t wait to hit the farmer’s market this weekend for strawberries and then make these for breakfast!

  18. 19

    I LOVE scones. I just made vegan pumpkin scones yesterday. I know, I know! Not seasonally appropriate, but up in Canada, it actually is haha. Like I need an excuse to make these to go alongside my pumpkin ones though ;)

  19. 20

    Delicious! May even add more berries next time. They look as good as they taste.

  20. 21

    i made these yesterday and they came together so quickly. i love how they aren’t too sweet or heavy. perfect! thanks for sharing your recipe.

  21. 22

    Can I sub out oat flour for the whole wheat pastry flour!? I can’t seem to find it anywhere around here! Thanks! :D

    • 23

      Try it and let us know how it goes!

      • 24
        Becca Nemecek says

        Ok, so I tried this today with the oat flour… it definitely did not turn out like scones, It was crazy watery, so I put it in a pie pan to bake and then flipped it out to cool… Not bad! My kids liked it with just a little drizzle of raw honey! I may try mine with Almond butter! :) Thanks for the recipe!! :D

  22. 25

    Looks great, bake at 350 degrees?

    • 26

      Whoops, yes! I’ll add that to the post – sorry about that! Enjoy.

      • 27

        Hi Anne, can I prep these tonight and leave them in the fridge to bake tomorrow morning for Mother’s Day brunch in an effort to save myself some time?

        • 28

          Sorry I didn’t see this comment until today – did you try it? And if so, did it work? I’ve never tried that before!


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