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Cinnamon Cranberry Scones

This recipe converts ordinarily fattening, diabetes-causing wheat flour scones into a healthy, slimming food high in protein and healthy fats.

Because these scones are, like their original wheat-based counterparts, non-sweet, enjoy these scones with a dab of preserve or jam on top. To minimize sugar exposure, look for preserves or jams that have little to no added sugar—just pure fruit— and use sparingly. Stores like Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market carry fruit “butters” that are lower in sugar content, such as apple cranberry, apricot, and pumpkin. Also, be sure to use unsweetened cranberries, currants, or other dried berries; many sold in groceries stores have been soaked in sugar or high-fructose corn syrup and are therefore loaded with sugar.


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