These scones are easier than almost anything I’ve baked before – and more delicious than we can say! Next time I make them, I’d like to add cinnamon and chopped nuts.
Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
Take the dough for the divine sprouted spelt biscuits. Flour a countertop or cutting board. Press the dough out to a 1/2-inch thick circle. Cut with pizza cutter or knife into eight slices.
Transfer to a coconut-oiled baking sheet. Bake for about 12 minutes, until golden brown. If the dough is cold (like if the flour came from the freezer), the biscuits might need to bake for a few minutes longer.
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Oh. My. Goodness! We haven’t had scones in a long time because of my unhealthy recipe. Now we can try these awesome looking scones! THANK YOU! My children say thank you too! 😉
Laryssa – That’s great! I hope you all love them! Be sure and let me know what you do with them. I can always use help with creative adaptations!
Kelly the Kitchen Kop says
I looooooooooove easy recipes like this, thanks for joining in on RFW!! 🙂
Thanks, Kelly- your RFWs are great fun. I’m happy I found out about them!
Yummy! I love using sprouted spelt flour. It is incredible stuff.
Jenny – I agree! I love it more than any flour I’ve ever used. What are some of your favorite recipes using it?
vehement flame says
yeah, I just dived into spelt myself- great stuff! I made the biscuits with spelt too…very good!!
Wohhh , gr8 I had would have never thought you can make scones from those .
Looks yummy. I have made these before with wheat, think I’ll try it with spelt. What do you like to put on them? Especially now that you are not eating sweets.
Tiffany – most often we eat them plain. But sometimes I cut them open and toast them and spread coconut oil on them. Or we dip them in our dinner’s sauce, whatever that maybe. Some jam or honey would be super yummy, but we’re not having those right now.
Martha Bisharat says
Hi dear Wardee!
Your scones recipe sounded just too “delicious and mouth watering” to resist, so today I baked a batch. Delicious, yes they were ( still are–fortunately we only ate one each today)! They were very moist, but not as fluffy as your picture shows. I added crazens (dried cranberries?) which just arrived from Azure (plus coconut oil–first time use, thank you!) and walnuts. Also 2 T of honey (sorry!) and cinnamon. Fortunately I had just sprouted and dried my spelt berries, and was waiting for that perfect recipe when your entry showed up.
I am running out of spelt berries and forgot to order from Azure. Do you get yours from Hummingbird?
I am loving your ongoing tales with your nubians, your trials and triumphs! You all are amazing and we are so proud of you!
Mom – Yay! Those sound yummy! Don’t apologize for the honey. 😉 I do get my spelt berries from Hummingbird. But I’ve gotten them from Azure, too. I can get you some later in the summer if you want.