nicediabetes from Australia on August 02, 2012: It looks delicious, will be keen to give it a try. JS Matthew from Massachusetts, USA on August 30, 2012: This is really great Om! Continue to cook for another 30 seconds - 1 minute, or until the drop scones turn golden brown. Rose Clearfield from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on August 30, 2012: I just came back to say congrats on getting HOTD for this fantastic recipe! Up, 5-stars, and all that. Traditionally made with loads of butter and cream, mine use far less butter--and wheat flour. Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 05, 2012: @mvillecat - Thanks for your comments and vote. I very seldom eat breakfast, but for something like these Apple Drop Scones? 1 tbsp trans-fat-free and cholesterol-free soft margarine, sugar-free maple syrup or any low-sugar syrup. Although I am not diabetic, I use diabetic recipes for great low-carb choices. Dolores Monet from East Coast, United States on August 16, 2012: Yum! Riverfish24 from United States on August 03, 2012: Fascinating! Submitted by: EROBINSON19, Full ingredient & nutrition information of the, green chile rellenos/ zucchini enchiladas, Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glase Calories, Creamy Apple-Cinnamon quesadilla Calories, English Royalty Chocolate Chip Scones Calories, Nutty Stewed Oatmeal & Maple Pears Calories, Low Sugar No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Calories, Chocolate Ice Cream-Peanut Butter Pie Calories, Baked Salmon Patties with Chia Seed Calories, Vanilla No-Bake Cookie w/ Splenda Calories, Guiltless Zucchini Bread with Blueberries, Guiltless Zucchini Bread with Blueberries Calories, Low-Fat, Whole-Wheat, Fresh Strawberry and Dark Chocolate Scones, Low-Fat, Whole-Wheat, Fresh Strawberry and Dark Chocolate Scones Calories. This quick guide for can diabetics eat scones. These will be tried at my house this weekend for sure :) My kids love apples and the scones are just a bonus! Thank you, Om! @nicediabetes - Thanks. Thanks for sharing. What can diabetics eat for breakfast? Very nicely presented. :-). In the picture on the left, I make my diabetic breakfast a little more scrumptious with a scoop of Mascarpone cheese. Although I am not diabetic, I use diabetic recipes for great low-carb choices. You've come to the right place. Remove them from the skillet, then repeat the instructions with the rest of the batter. Thanks even I am not diabetic. so baked some Wholemeal ones, sweetened with Truvia. Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 04, 2012: @anglnwu - I hope you give this diabetic breakfast a try soon. Thank you for sharing!! This is definitely a great recipe. And yep, this diabetic recipe might be something good to try on your next family get-together. Thank you, I voted up. Thus, it is a lot more diabetic-friendly than the bleached version. Even though you don't have diabetes, limiting refined-sugar consumption should help you maintain good health in the long run. If you are not yet brave enough to try for a complete substitution, feel free to try the recipe with the Splenda Baking Blend (half sugar and half splenda), but it is worth trying the entire recipe with Splenda to see just how delicious "guiltless" baking can be!This recipe is also included in the "guiltless" category because it is virtually fat free! :) This deserved to be HOTD :). I have to try it. My husband will love them. -K. Catherine Dean from Milledgeville, Georgia on August 04, 2012: I never knew about the chemical in regular thanks! Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 31, 2012: Thanks a lot for your kind comments, EVERYONE! Flip your drop scones when you see bubbles form on the edges (just like when you make pancakes!). Even though fruit is a carbohydrate high in sugar, which can spike blood sugar, it also is high in fiber, which can help regulate blood sugar. @Dr Pooja - Yep, kids would probably appreciate a big scoop of Mascarpone on top of yummy drop scones. Looks yummy will be given them a try. Learn about can diabetics eat scones or are you at risk for can diabetics eat scones. This apple drop is really a good option for diabetics. They look great and I'm hungry. Hope you give this diabic breakfast recipe a try soon! Your email address will not be published. Got to try it some time...hopefully, soon. They are pan-fried flat cakes, very similar to normal pancakes but slightly more spongy in texture. Can diabetics eat cherries? Marites Mabugat-Simbajon from Toronto, Ontario on August 30, 2012: Wow! The batter should be smooth and not too thick. carol stanley from Arizona on August 03, 2012: This looks good for anyone to eat and why not avoid a lot of sugar and still get taste. In addition they are made with energy providing whole wheat and Dark Chocolate for anti-oxidants! So today I'd like to share with you a fun and easy recipe that will make your breakfast plate look a little more interesting: apple drop scones! Also a good source of fiber. NarcononVistaBay from California on August 30, 2012: Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 18, 2012: @CassyLu - Very cool. Although he's not diabetic, he doesn't do well with sugary breakfasts so I think this might be just the thing for him. Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 30, 2012: Thanks for your lovely comments, everyone! I have a few diabetic family members and I am going to share this with them Nice job! Gail Sobotkin from South Carolina on August 30, 2012: Congrats on HOTD for this beautifully done recipe. You guys really made my day :). CassyLu1981 from Spring Lake, NC on August 17, 2012: YUM!!!! I hope your sister-in-law enjoys this healthy breakfast. My dad was diabetic and he had pancakes made with no egg and light syrup and it was very good so this I bet will be delicious and better for us all. @carol7777 - Well said! Om Paramapoonya (author) on August 07, 2012: @vespawoolf - Very cool! I am insulin resistant and try to follow such eating as best I can. Chia seeds are supposed to be one of nature's super foods with 3100 mg of Omega-3 and 1050mg of Omega-6 and high in dietary fiber. They are recommended for diabetics. But bon't worry about can diabetics eat scones? Om Paramapoonya (author) on September 05, 2012: @ptrg777 - I hope he enjoys these drop scones :). What an easy, awesome recipe for anyone to prepare! I have been making these scones for a long time now and they are so quick to make and if like me you are a diabetic you can have these as they are very plain or you can add to them by the way of reduced sugar jam or cheese. Cool on a wire rack until the scones are just warm, then serve. This looks yummy. It looks very healthy and tasty! In case you need to be extra cautious with your fat intake, feel free to use an egg substitute. Makes 18 small biscuits aor 8 sugar scones.Submitted by: COCKBURNJ, These are soft, tasty, scones. Required fields are marked *. 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