Tender little scones that mix together in a snap using Bisquick Mix. Rather than kneading the sticky dough like traditional scone recipes, I use a cookie scoop to portion out eight scones. If you use Heart-Healthy Bisquick, each scone has about 60 calories and 1 G. fat. The nutrition info shows higher values because REGULAR Bisquick is the only product in the current database.
- NOTE: I make these scones using the "Bisquick Heart Healthy" lower fat product, but the nutrition content stated is for Standard Bisquick.
- In a large bowl, gently toss Bisquick Mix, sugar and blueberries. If you have a fresh lemon, you can also add 1 t. lemon ZEST for a great flavor boost. Set aside dry mixture.
- In a 1 cup measure, whisk milk and egg together.
- Pour liquids into Bisquick bowl and use a fork to mix things together gently. Use a large cookie scoop to portion out 8 dollops of dough onto parchment paper.
- Use wet fingers to flatten each scone slightly.
- Bake 400 degrees for 10 minutes or until edges are browning.
- Glaze: Mix lemon juice with Confectioners Sugar to achieve a thin consistency. Drizzle over cooled scones.
- NOTE: Due to low fat content, these probably won't freeze very well, so make them and eat them!
These are wonderful with any type of berry! Thank you!
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!
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:
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)