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Preparation, uses and tips

Serve warm scones with honey or marmalade for breakfast, or with afternoon tea.

Buying and storing tips

Buy scones in bakeries, or in the bakery section of some natural food or specialty stores. Choose the whole-grain variety whenever possible. Store in a plastic bag at room temperature, and use within a couple of days.


Scones are usually dry and sweet, sometimes savory, and may contain dried fruits, nuts, spices, and a variety of grains, including whole-grains and oats. They may be triangular, round, or square.

Nutrition Highlights

Scone, 1 scone (orange, raisin)
Calories: 217
Protein: 5g
Carbohydrate: 35g
Total Fat: 4.8g
Fiber: 2.2g

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