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    Hello all,

    I used to be a coffee-shop "junkie", and I love scones. I have been searching for a low-point recipe for them, and this one is pretty good, so I thought I would share it with all of you. The texture is a little more chewy than a regular scone, but maybe if I add a little more flour (counting the points for it) to the recipe, it would have a more dry consistency?

    Oatmeal Scones

    POINTSŪ value: 4
    Servings: 4

    Scone Ingredients:
    1 cup all-purpose flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
    2 Tbsp packed light brown sugar
    1/2 cup fat-free skim milk
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    3/4 cup uncooked oatmeal

    Icing Ingredients:
    1/4 cup powdered sugar
    1 tsp water
    1/8 tsp almond extract


    Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Mix oatmeal, flour, baking powder, cinnamon, brown sugar, skim milk and vanilla extract together. Spray an 8" round pie plate with butter-flavored cooking spray. Divide dough into 4 mounds and place in pie plate. Bake 12-14 minutes. Allow to cool. In small bowl, mix together powdered sugar, water and almond extract. Drizzle evenly over each scone.

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    I love scones! Thanks for the recipe, on to my email it goes!
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    These are yummy! I haven't made this recipe in ages. Thanks for the reminder- LOVE the almond-flavor.

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    Trying to figure out how big the scone is? before I make recipe. I love breakfasty things...but am at 20 points a day, and have to justify a 4 point breakfast, or if its worth going into flex points for. It sounds amazing...and with a cup of tea or coffee...WOWSERS! Let me know how big serving size is, please!
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    These have become my favorite breakfast food, as well as my ds's, too! I changed 1 tablespoon brown sugar for splenda, and omited the glaze. Any idea how many points that translates too? THANKS!

    I am planning on this week omiting the cinnamon, and adding orange zest...if using glaze I would go with oj and powder sugar instead ~ YUMMY!
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    Those sound really good---I think I'll make them tomorrow morning without the glaze; maybe toss in some frozen berries. Sounds like a good Sunday breakfast. Thanks!

    Edit later: I made them this morning---I tossed a handful of frozen berries in the dough [mixture of raspberries, marionberries, and blueberries]. They were really good, though I should have cooked them a titch longer. I took them out at 12 minutes--tested them with a toothpick and it came out clean--but they weren't quite done. They are really large and quite filling. I did not add the glaze, but, gave each one a spritz of FF, spray-on margerine before serving.

    This is a keeper recipe!
    Last edited by mccloud; 05-08-2005 at 03:43 PM.

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    The Oatmeal scones sounds yummy. I am going to try them this week.

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    OK - i made these this week and i think i've done something wrong.

    I followed the recipe, and when i was mixing it together it seemed to dry - like there was dry flour and oats at the bottom of the bowl that wouldn't mix in because everything was so dry.
    I added a splash more milk just to get it all mixed in and it got a little pasty - but i swear it was just a splash!

    I baked them for the full 14 - they are sort of tasty, but definately very dense and chewy. I like my scones dry, but this was sort of super dense and heavy. The outsides were nice and toasty and i love the glaze.

    I was thinking of trying again and maybe making them half the size - mini 2 point tea scones!

    BUT i wanted to see if i'm the only one who had these results?


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    I made these and added extra Cinnamon to the dry mix and also to the glaze instead on almond..They are so Chewy and great with coffee, EASY to make What a great recipe..

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