No Sugar Added Blueberry Scone Recipe
Before we know it, there will be an abundance of fresh blueberries showing up at out local grocery stores and farmers markets.
Blueberries are a delicious fruit that we seem to see a lot of in recipes for baked goods.
Because blueberries already come with around 15 grams of sugar on their own, I would rather not add any more sugar to my recipe for scones.
Scones really are not muffins, as they are often compared to.
Scones are really more like a biscuit in many ways because of how they are made. While a muffin recipe may call for a lined or prepped baking cup, a scone can simply bake on a pan.
Scones often come with a sugar glaze on top.
The sugar glaze will give a sweet touch to what can be a normally boring and dry taste of a scone. However, that dry and boring taste is often perfect when enjoying scones with an afternoon tea.
Using blueberries in a scone recipe is another way to make a scone less boring.
Blueberries come with their own sweet taste that is the perfect complement to the scone. Blueberries also add a bit of color to the scone.
Scones are tasty just about any way that they are served.
Warm scones for breakfast can please a crowd. Cool scones served with afternoon tea is a good way to serve them as well.
The recipe for No Sugar Added Blueberry Scones
When do you eat scones?
Breakfast time is a great time to serve fresh scones. Afternoon tea is a very popular time to enjoy scones as well. Serve scones with tea, coffee, milk, or lemonade as well.