16 Reviews

I found this recipe made the scones extremely dry - both stirring them and then after baking. Since I use the reduced fat Bisquick, next time I think I'll just use more sugar, half and half instead of milk and add more for moisture. My hubby liked them better than I did.

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nancyjmorrill January 19, 2016

These are wonderful with any type of berry! Thank you!

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NanaT May 29, 2013

Very easy scone to make. Quick and tasty. It did have a bit of a biscuit taste rather than a true scone, but I was willing to accept that given how quick they were to make. I made a raspberry icing with confectioners sugar, seedless raspberry jam, and a touch of milk. Delicious!

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ackclarke_9559867 February 02, 2012

These scones are super easy to make! My mom loves scones and thought the ones I made were yummy. She's even asking me when I'll make more for her. Thank you Cookin' Diva for the great recipe!! Am making it during the weekends again.

Some changes I made:
NO glaze
Orange Zest (as I didn't have any lemons on hand)
1/4 Cup milk (Instead of the mentioned 2 Tablespoon)
Cranberries (coz I had tonnes of frozen ones leftover)

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lurvehate February 01, 2012

These scones were super easy to make and tasted okay, however, I guess I'm the odd one out because I found them to be on the dry side. I also had to double the amount of lemon juice to make the glaze a drizzling consistency. I'm used to the blueberry scones from the bakery I go to and they are very moist. I use Bisquick Heart Smart all the time and was a little disappointed at the outcome.

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LainieBug February 21, 2011

I had to add a little more milk than what the recipe called for because the mix was too dry. But, These turned out really great! I will most definitely be making these again.

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Britt Anne October 29, 2009

These are FANTASTIC! The only thing I added was freshly ground Nutmeg & used heart healthy Bisq. mix. I have made Blueberry scones in the past, however the recipes always used heavy cream & who needs the fat anyway! Thank you so much for posting it. Ferryal

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ferryal August 27, 2009

Love them! These are absolutely wonderful, light little treats. I will definitely make these again especially for a quick company dessert. Easy, delicious - keepers!

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susankahl July 22, 2009

I first made these on Christmas morning, and they were excellent! They come out perfect every time. A definite keeper!

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TheRushinChef June 10, 2009

The calorie count is actually 116 with fat of 1.6 g per scone. For a low calorie scone it actually tastes pretty good except that the texture is more like a cake than scone. The serving size is pretty large - maybe the recipe can yield 10 servings of a decent size. I don't want to put a glaze so maybe I'll increase the sugar in the recipe next time.

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pisce January 27, 2009
Low-Fat Blueberry Scones (Using Heart Healthy Bisquick Mix)