Everybody must get sconed

I’ve fallen in love with a recipe for vegan oat-nut scones out of my The Vegetarian Mother’s Cookbook. I’m not currently vegetarian and I’ve never been vegan, but these are some kick ass scones. I seem to make them about once a week lately. They are fast and super easy. Ava loves to help make them, as well as gobble them up. I’m sharing the recipe (and a pic to boot!), so everybody can get sconed. ;)

Oat-nut scone with strawberry jam

Oat-Nut Scones

These vegan treats take just seconds to whip up. For breakfast or tea, try them with fruit-sweetened jam. They’re also delicious with soup or salad.

2 1/2 C rolled oats
1 C whole wheat flour
1 t baking powder
1/2 t ground cinnamon
1/4 t ground cardamom
1/4 t powdered ginger
1/4 t sea salt
1/2 C chopped walnuts or almonds (Since I’m allergic to walnuts, I use almonds)
1/4 C oil
3/4 C apple juice

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Flour a medium-size baking sheet. In a large bowl, stir together dry ingredients. Add oil and juice. Mix until combined. Form dough into a ball and place on floured baking sheet. Press into a circle about 1/2-inch thick. Cut dough into 8 wedges but don’t separate them. Bake about 35 minutes.

Makes 8.

Approximate nutritional info for 1 scone:
Calories: 268 cal; Protein: 7 g; Carbohydrates: 32 g; Fat: 14 g; Fiber: 5 g; Sodium: 110 mg.

Key nutrients:
Thiamine: .28 mg; Niacin: 1.3 mg; Pantothenic Acid: .51 mg; Vitamin B6: .12 mg; Iron: 1.86 mg; Magnesium: 70.01 mg; Zinc: 1.45 mg.

There’s a note that they freeze well, but I wouldn’t know about that. We always eat them within a couple of days. ;) Ava likes to eat hers plain. I think they are OK plain, but I prefer mine with strawberry jam. Actually, I love them with jam. Mmmmm. Jody has tried peanut butter on his and likes them that way or plain or with jam (he’s easy). I’ve thought about putting chocolate chips in a batch to see how they turn out (just because I love chocolate), but I haven’t tried it yet (and then, of course, they’d no longer be vegan).

If you try the recipe, please let me know how you like them. :)

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8 thoughts on “Everybody must get sconed

  1. i also love these scones… so easy, so yummy! i usually make a double batch, then freeze one and gooble the other ;) they freeze/thaw very well!

  2. You certainly don’t have to devote yourself to the lifestyle to enjoy the food. I’ve probably inadvertendly had a vegan meal and not even known it, and I’ve certainly eaten vegetarian. I just don’t attach an agenda to my meals – I eat what recipes look delicious and these scones look YUMMY!

  3. I love scones. Never seen any that look quite like those, but I am very intrigued. And the recipe does sound easy – even for a kitchen-challenged gal like me.
    Thanks for sharing. Can’t wait to try them.

  4. I made these this morning, and just had my first one for an after lunch dessert. They are awesome! I love the crunchy, yet chewy-ness. I added some diced up dried pear to them that I had in the pantry. And I topped it with Apple Butter. To Die For, and the best part, Annie (who doesn’t eat much at all) had three bites of mine! Excellent, thanks Amy, this will become a common recipe!

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