Scones are a wonderful breakfast food and snack. They are so simple to make and they can be made with just about any combination of flavors. One of my favorites is cranberry orange. But since I had some bananas, I thought I’d try this banana nut scone. It’s wonderful! I typically don’t like to cut in the butter. I take my butter out of the fridge and grate it with a cheese grater. Then all I have to do is just mix it in with a spatula. These scones are light, fluffy and moist. They’re a quick and easy breakfast or snack.
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This delicious Cranberry Scones Recipe is incredibly easy to make. I don’t know why, but I’ve always been intimidated by scones, assuming they were complicated to make. But after whipping up this low points scone, I was thrilled to see how simple it is! Though not an official Weight Watchers Scones Recipe, this is a low calorie treat that anyone who is watching their weight will enjoy and appreciate. The taste is really quite decadent, and I think that most people would never know that these scones are low in fat and calories. With just a 2 Point Total each, add one to your morning tea, or serve after dinner for a sweet snack and yet still stay on track with your weight loss goals. NOTE: This scones recipe also contains a fat free buttermilk recipe that is a fabulous substitute, if you can’t find fat free buttermilk at the grocery store!