Gluten-free bakes that rise and shine.
Biscuits that take you right back to grandma’s kitchen. And all of it gluten-free! Gluten-Free Scone & Biscuit Baking Mix. Our Gluten Free Scone & Biscuit Baking Mix is handcrafted with our gluten-free flour blend that yields an unexpectedly light and tender bake.
These biscuits pack a punch of tanginess from the buttermilk and are perfect with a dollop of butter and jam or a lazy Sunday morning breakfast with sausage and gravy.
With our Gluten-Free Scone & Biscuit Mix Its easy to make these Gluten-Free Biscuits:
- Pour bag in mixer
- Add butter
- Add remaining ingredients.
- Beat well. Let batter rest for 5 minutes and beat again.
- Use round or biscuit cutter and cut into 8 biscuits.
- Bake at 350 for 18-20 minutes.
Convert these Gluten-Free Scones to meet your speciality diet needs:
To make VEGAN or DAIRY FREE:
- Swap out buttermilk with unsweetened oat, coconut or almond milk
- Swap out butter with canola oil or vegan butter.
- In place of the eggs, add 1 tsp. soda to the batter with 1 T. vinegar on top of it
SCONE & BISCUITS
Can gluten free biscuits really taste this good? With our gluten free Scone & Biscuit Mix, baking is believing.
Bring on the butter and honey to top your warm buttermilk biscuits. Each mix is handcrafted with our own gluten-free flour blend that yields a light and tender bake. Recipes and easy-to-follow instructions are included, as well as suggested ingredient substitutions for customizing the flavor to make each bake your own.
Gluten Free Scone & Biscuit Baking Mix
½ c. butter
1 c. buttermilk, sour cream or milk
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
Place bag of muffin mix in bowl or mixer with paddle attachement.
Add in additional ingredients.
Cover and let batter rest 5 minutes to hydrate flour and mix again.
Roll out batter ½” thick onto a silpat mat. Use a biscuit cutter and cut into 6 biscuits. Brush tops with cream (optional).
Bake at 350 degrees for 15-18 minutes.
- I prefer to use buttermilk as it yields a light, tender crumb. If you don't have buttermilk on hand, you can easily make it by placing 1 T. of vinegar into a liquid measuring cup and add milk up to make it 1 c.
- Be sure to letter the batter rest. Hydrating the gluten free flour is an important step in gluten free baking to help eliminate grittiness. You can even make the batter ahead of time and place in the fridge and bake up as needed.