Vegan Ginger Chocolate Chunk Scones

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Hi everyone! Happy Sunday! This morning I made some DELICIOUS Vegan Ginger Chocolate Chunk Scones. My mom and I found the recipe on Post Punk Kitchen. They have a ton of great vegan recipes.

Since I didn’t write the recipe, I’m just going to link it:

HERE! 

I’m going to share my experience and photos with you.

So, first things first, the ingredients. I used all the ingredients the recipe called for, except for allspice. We didn’t have any, so instead we used a few dashes of cloves. In the recipe, they used a vegan chocolate bar, we just used mini vegan chocolate chips! Chocolate is chocolate, after all!

I mixed all of the dry ingredients first:
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Then added all of the wet ingredients to it:

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After that, it started to get really doughy, so I used my hands. It sort of felt like pizza dough. I added in the chocolate chips:

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And then they were ready to go onto the baking sheet! Instead of greasing the pan I just used parchment paper, and I scooped the batter into a 1/4 cup. Then I added some turbinado sugar (which is in the batter already) to the top of the scones! Here they are all ready for the oven:

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They were in the oven for 15 minutes, so I didn’t have to wait too long 🙂 Here is the finished product:

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I seriously would recommend trying this recipe. They turned out so, so yummy! They aren’t too crunchy and the middle is soft. It’s the perfect blend of ginger and chocolate. Plus – it’s a super quick recipe! (By the way – it made 13 in total) Go check it out!

Have a great day!

 

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