There are so many healthy things in these little muffins that surely they must be good for you – pecan nuts, carrots, mixed seeds. porage oats, dried apricots – especially if you forget the calories and don’t eat too many.
The recipe sounds complicated but once you’ve assembled the ingredients it’s a doddle and they always work out well
I don’t always have breakfast – often just a cafetière of coffee – but when I decided to have some porage last Tuesday I noticed a recipe for Fruit and Oat Scones on the back of the Scott’s Porage Oats packet.
They are delicious. I found the baking temperature 220°C a bit to hot – the scones browned before they were fully cooked – so I modified it to 200°C. Also I prefer my scones round – not wedge shaped as their recipe suggests. I know using fluted cutters is supposed to stop your scones rising as well as when you use smooth cutters but I like the fluted shape and I like my scones glazed. Recipe Continue reading Delicious Fruit and Oat Scones→
Blog by Dr Abby J Waterman and her new book, Woman in a White Coat