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Hey everyone. I love a good scone, and if indeed I have coeliacs, I won't be able to eat them any more. So, I need an alternative.

Would it be possible for me to just replace the normal flour with gluten-free flour? Or would I have to modify the whole recipe. They're just simple scones: flour, baking powder/bicarbonate of soda, eggs, buttermilk. Maybe raisins or apricots if I am in the mood!

Anyone have anything deliciously gluten-free?

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Thank you SO much! I can't wait to attempt them.

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Hey everyone. I love a good scone, and if indeed I have coeliacs, I won't be able to eat them any more. So, I need an alternative.

Would it be possible for me to just replace the normal flour with gluten-free flour? Or would I have to modify the whole recipe. They're just simple scones: flour, baking powder/bicarbonate of soda, eggs, buttermilk. Maybe raisins or apricots if I am in the mood!

Anyone have anything deliciously gluten-free?

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I too am a scones lover and it took me a long time to find a good recipe. I love the one by Betty Crocker. Go to their web site and type in Cinnamon Scones gluten free. I add mini chocolate chips to my recipe.

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