Original since 1987. Quick & easy mix! Certified gluten-free. All natural. Finally, a scone anyone can enjoy. No artificial flavors or colors. No preservatives. No trans-fats or saturated fats. Kosher certified. Amazingly scrumptious. Please recycle, keep the love going! Made from 100% recovered fiber and a minimum of 55% post-consumer waste. You are minutes away from a warm scone. Sweeten up your gluten-free lifestyle! At Sticky Fingers Bakeries, we know scones. Since 1987, we've been offering a premium line of all-natural scone mixes that are incredibly easy to make and impossible to resist. Our gluten-free scone mixes carry that same commitment to quality. They are made with all-natural ingredients and have a delicate, crumbly texture with just a touch of sweetness. And with four varieties (Original, Wild Blueberry, Meyer Lemon and Apple Oat), there's a flavor for every taste. Check out or other delectable treats, find and share recipes, and tell us what you think at www.stickyfingersbakeries.com. Visit us on Facebook, or give us a call. Produced in a certified gluten-free manufacturing facility. Product of USA.
14 oz (0.875 lb) 396.9 g x 6
10 per pack
What You'll Need: 1 package of Sticky Fingers Bakeries Gluten-Free Scone mix; 3/4 cup + 3 Tbls. cool water; 3 Tbls. vegetable oil. Prep: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Lightly grease baking sheet pan or line with parchment paper. Mix: Empty dry mix into large bowl. In a liquid measuring cup, whisk oil and water with a fork, and add it all at once to the dry mix. Stir with fork until completely combined and a sticky dough forms. Bake: Drop batter by heaping spoonfuls onto baking sheet. Bake about 13-15 minutes, or until firm and light golden brown. Makes about 10 scones. Devour when warm or save 'til later. They're great on their own, with butter, honey, jams or curds.
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