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This is my homemade healthy mini-scone recipe – I made these with my children as they are a great healthy snack or dessert. We made kiwi and apple jam to spread on top of the scones. I decided to make a mini version of scones that are ideal for little tums, as children require smaller portions than adults. I have also used a lower fat spread instead of butter to make them healthier. These scones would make a good snack for people with diabetes. They can also be made suitable for coeliacs by using a gluten-free flour instead of the usual wheat-containing self raising flour. These scones only take around 25 minutes to make (or a little longer if you are using kiddy ‘helpers’!). Before you start, set the oven on gas mark 7 (220 degrees C), and grease 2 baking trays.
Makes 24 mini scones
Cost per serving
No more than 65p for all 24 mini scones – that’s just over 2p per serving!
These mini scones contain 50 kcal and less than 1g of fat per serving