My recipe for scones is exceptional and ultra-easy! It's made with healthy, gluten-free ingredients and can be whipped up very quickly. It's simply baked in a glass pie plate. Get creative and experiment with different flavor variations. Make it sweet or savory. The options are limitless!
Scones vs. Muffins: What's the difference?
Both scones and muffins are considered "quick breads" and often share the same ingredients. However, muffin batter is usually pour-able, while scone batter is quite dense and thick. Muffins are cake-like and scones are more biscuit-like. Muffins are usually round, while scones are often irregular shaped or triangular. Muffins are moist and scones are a somewhat drier and usually accompanied by coffee or tea. Muffins are sweet, while scones can be sweet or savory flavored.
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Basic Scone Recipe - Au Naturale!
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Mix all of these ingredients with an electric mixer:
This is where you get creative. Add in:
3. Spread the batter into a greased 9-inch pie plate. It will be thick.
4. Make it as flat as possible.
5. Bake for 35 minutes or until browned. Check with a toothpick.
6. Cool slightly before serving. Serves 8-14, depending on your slices.
7. Store covered in the fridge.
Use your best judgement to determine the amount of mix-in's and spices to add in. It will surely be delicious!
Optional Icing for Sweet Scones:
In a bowl, simply stir together:
Enjoy the scones for breakfast, a mid-morning or mid-day snack, or anytime!
What scone flavors do you like? Let me know!
Jenny Yelle, MHNE Holistic Wellness Educator
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