Saturday, October 4, 2014

Blueberry scones Simply Filling

Blueberry scones Simply Filling Makes 6 Simply Filling

1 1/4c oatmeal put into blender to make oat flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2c blueberries I used frozen
1/4c splenda or whatever sweetener you use if you use sugar it would add 1pp per scone
1/4 tsp salt
1 Tbsp of light margarine 1pp for the one I choose divided by the servings is 0pp
1 cup light vanilla yogurt
I spritzed the top of them with butter flavored non stick spray
1 tsp sugar to sprinkle on top

Preheat oven to 375

Put onto a parchment lined baking sheet or foil lined and sprayed with non stick spray
Pat into a circle approximately 1/2 inch thick and 7 inches
Take a knife and cut into 6 pieces but don't separate them.

Bake for 25 minutes

Update put this through the new smart points recipe builder and if you're doing smart points they're 4pp per piece.

For some reason I just made these again and although they're always a wet dough it was really wet so I add a bit more oat flour and let it sit a few minutes before putting onto the baking sheet.


Linda said...

Okay, you cut into 6 pieces, but your servings say makes I guess I am we cut it into 8 pieces or 6 or maybe it don`t matter because it is simply filling? Sorry...just confused. lol.

Suzanne said...

Makes 6 I'm off to a rough day :)

Staci said...

This looks great. I plan to try it out. The picture you posted on the WW What I ate today group in FB looked too good to pass up!

Deborah Griffin said...
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Dana Coutu said...

I wonder if they're wet because of the frozen blueberries . I have to try next week!

Suzanne said...

You could also use fresh ones. I make this in the winter a lot and frozen are cheaper then.

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