Wholemeal scones with hazelnuts

Wholemeal scones with hazelnutsHealthy wholewheat scones that can be cooked in your kitchen or out on a hike on a gas cooker.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, including a 10 minutes break.
Cooking time 30 minutes for 2 portions

Nutritional value 2 small scones: 593 kcal
Carbohydrates
64 g (40 E%)
Fat
34 g (47 E%)
Protein
21 g (13 E%)
*The percentage of carbohydrates is low and fat high. Guidelines are: carbohydrates 45-60 E%, fat 25-40 E% and protein 10-20%. Try to compensate for this during the day.
+ 2 tbsp cream cheese and 1 tsp marmelade: 98 kcal
Carbohydrates
6 g (25 E%)
Fat
7 g (66 E%)
Protein
2 g (9 E%)

IngredientsIngredients

  • 50 / 25 g / 1 oz hazelnuts
  • 100 ml / 1/2 cup oats with fibre
  • 225 ml / 6 oz wholemeal spelt flour (or other wholemeal flour)
  • 2 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 100 ml / 3 1/2 oz Turkish yoghurt, 10% fat
  • 1.5 tbsp butter

Serve with

  • 4 tbsp creme cheese
  • 2 tsp marmelade

Cooking instructionsHow to

  1. Heat the oven to Heat the oven to 175 degrees Celsius / gas mark 3 / 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Chop 25 g / 1 oz hazelnuts in large pieces. Mix all dry ingredients. If you are taking the dough out to cook on a gas cooker, mix all dry ingredients in a quite large bag, around 5 liters.
  3. Mix 1.5 tbsp butter in the mix and stir in 100 ml / 3 1/2 oz Turkish yoghurt. If you are baking outside mix the butter and the yogurt in a separate bag.
  4. Kneed the dough. Out in the field, pour in the butter and the yogurt in the bag with the dry ingredients, then kneed the whole bag.
  5. Divide the dough and form it into 4 quite flat scones on a baking tray, it is always nice to prick them with a fork.
  6. Bake in the oven for 12 minutes. On a gas cooker use a low heat and bake for a few minutes on each side.
  7. Take a moment to be mindful. Enjoy your surroundings. Take a couple of long slow breaths and think of what you have. Be grateful for what you have.
  8. Let the scones cool and serve them each scone with 1 tbsp cream cheese and 0.5 tsp marmalade or whatever is your preferred spread.

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