4 Reviews

The BEST EVER! Beats the full fat butter scones in a heart beat! I've been making these scones for more than a year for playgroups & teachers, not to mention my family who scarfs these down. Plus the recipe is so versatile. I've substituted cranberries, for different types of berries, and as of yesterday I made it w/ chocolate chips & replaced the zest w/ 1 tsp of cinamon. It was the hit of the brunch. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. Will be with me for ever!

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bsimret January 10, 2011

Wow! Can't believe these are so low in fat and so good! Reminds me of the scone I get at my neighborhood coffee shop. Lots of flavor and healthy too! And quick to make. No kneading all of that butter into the flour!

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Mikekey May 15, 2012

Really easy to make, and delicious! The oats add nice texture and are very toothsome. I made lemon poppyseed and chocolate chip variations based on the first reviewer's suggestions. I doubled the recipe and used vanilla yogurt instead of milk, which probably adds some sweetness. Great recipe - thanks!

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chrissie.linz November 14, 2011

Oh my gosh, these are good! I used 1 tablespoon of Splenda brown blend and skipped the sugar topping. Aside from that it was all by the recipe and they are scrumptious. I guess that I made one other change if you can call it a that, I made 8 instead of 4 because if I made 4 of them I would never eat half and stop! Lovely flavor throughout with a nice tang from the cranberries. A very appealing scone recipe that is made in almost no time at all.

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Annacia March 03, 2010
Easy Cranberry Orange Pecan Scones