Carrot Scones

It’s frosty out there, so let’s get to the point!

 

Combine:
 2 ½ cups Oat flour (you can give your rolled oats a quick whirl in a blender or food processor to obtain a nice fine flour)
 1 ¼ cups Flour of your choice (whole wheat or spelt flour for an extra nutritional punch, white flour for the softest fluffiest scone, extra oat flour if you’re an oat enthusiast, or any gluten-free flour blend for a gluten-free result)
 ¼ cup Unrefined cane suger
 ½ tsp Baking powder
 ½ tsp Baking soda
 3 tsp Ginger powder
Add:
 ½ cup Butter, and cut until well blended
Add:
 2 cups Carrot puree (2 large carrots boiled until soft and then mashed). Pumpkin, or any variety of squash can be substituted here, but really, it’s hard to beat the brilliant yellow colour lent by a carrot!

Directions:
1

After combining all ingredients in the given order, knead dough on a well floured surface until thoroughly blended and shape into a large oval about an inch thick.

2

Cut into triangles and place on a greased cookie sheet. A sprinkle of cane sugar on top adds a little extra decadence!

3

Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes, or until starting to brown lightly.

 

Ingredients

Combine:
 2 ½ cups Oat flour (you can give your rolled oats a quick whirl in a blender or food processor to obtain a nice fine flour)
 1 ¼ cups Flour of your choice (whole wheat or spelt flour for an extra nutritional punch, white flour for the softest fluffiest scone, extra oat flour if you’re an oat enthusiast, or any gluten-free flour blend for a gluten-free result)
 ¼ cup Unrefined cane suger
 ½ tsp Baking powder
 ½ tsp Baking soda
 3 tsp Ginger powder
Add:
 ½ cup Butter, and cut until well blended
Add:
 2 cups Carrot puree (2 large carrots boiled until soft and then mashed). Pumpkin, or any variety of squash can be substituted here, but really, it’s hard to beat the brilliant yellow colour lent by a carrot!

Directions

Directions:
1

After combining all ingredients in the given order, knead dough on a well floured surface until thoroughly blended and shape into a large oval about an inch thick.

2

Cut into triangles and place on a greased cookie sheet. A sprinkle of cane sugar on top adds a little extra decadence!

3

Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes, or until starting to brown lightly.

Carrot Scones

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