Banana Scones


I must admit that I am a big scone lover. But as you all might know scones are 95 percent 
butter and that is just as unhealthy for the body as it sounds. I, however, have a solution for 
all my fellow scone lovers whom want to stay healthy: Banana Scones! I have been making 
these for a couple of years now and I dont think I will ever get tired of them. Beside that they 
taste amazing, they are very easy to make along with that they take no time to make, so they
 can also easily be made even when I am busy. I tend to always make big portions so I have a
 bunch to put in my freezer. The banana scones contain no butter, unlike the regular scones,
 and are amazing as a healthy grab-and-go breakfast, snack and lunch, but also as a tea time 
cake. So do you know you are having a busy week anytime in the future or do you just want a 
healthier tea time, try these out! 
200 g wheat flour
200 g whole wheat flour
3 tsp baking powder
40 g coconut oil
1 tsp vanilla sugar
3 medium bananas, mashed
5 tbsp linsseed
2 tbsp oats
10 almonds, chopped
Preheat oven (ordinary, not hot air) to 210 degrees celsius 
Lay a piece of baking paper on a baking sheet
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl
Mix well using your hands
 Form a big ball of the dough and put in on the baking sheet
Flatten the ball into a round disc
By using a knife cut the dough disc into 8 portions looking like pizza slices 
Now bake for it 20 minutes

#Note: If you make double portions, make two of the balls and not just one bigger.

What is your favourite on-the-go food?

Emma xx

One comment

  1. And a summer weekend breakfast wouldn t be complete without this recipe for banana scones with a blueberry glaze.

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