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Got a question... Is Chicken a good Dukan Diet food if I am running and excercising to lose weight? Hoping for any response. My other question... I am "addicted" to Starbucks' raspberry sconesthe only problem is, they have 440 calories and 65 grams of carbs!.

I had to find an alternative and have been playing around with this recipe for about a week..

I made these this morning after modifying Chris's scone recipe (will try to post a pic later this afternoon):.

Raspberry Scones.

1/3 cup low-carb pancake mix.

1 tbsp Splenda (I used a bit more, I like mine "sweeter").

1/2 tsp Raspberry extract.

3 tbsp FF milk.

8 plump raspberries.

Combine first 4 ingredients; mush in raspberries. I baked them in a mini-muffin pan (6 muffins), spritzed with Pam, at 375 for about 10-12 minutes. Just before they came out of the oven, I sprinkled them with a few grains of raw sugar (you can omit)..

WOW!!!.

Stats for the pancake mix:.

130 calories (for all).

1 g fat.

18 grams net carbs (24 carbs).

I haven't figured in the stats for the FF milk or the 8 raspberries yet. Chris, if you're reading thishelp!.

These are sooooooo good!!..

Comments (21)

Yep, but you might want to make sure and wait for another person here to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the Dukan Diet guys because they can give you help better...

Comment #1

I love raspberry anything so I will definitely try these!..

Comment #2

OMGosh....i love scones TOO darn much ! I will try this..thanks..

Comment #3

I love Starbucks' lemon-poppyseed scone. Wonder if I could your recipe into lemon-poppyseed? Would adding lemon extract and poppyseeds be enough or should I try adding lemon zest/pieces as well?..

Comment #4

What makes a "scone" a scone? The shape of the pan?.

What is the difference in the recipe that would make it a scone and not a muffin or a pancake?.

I'm not much of a cook, so I'm curious how to turn it into a scone. I don't want to goof up and make it taste/feel like a muffin...

Comment #5

I have always seen scones as a denser, sweet, flavored biscuit. I may be wrong. It is all dough as my DH would say...

Comment #6

Sounds wonderful. I'll make them. Thank you for posting it...

Comment #7

O M G.

Kelly this recipe is fantastic! I don't have a scone pan or a mini muffin pan (yet!) so I just doubled this and made two muffins. I just bought fresh raspberries today from the market. Hands down the best muffin I've ever had! I am so going to get a scone pan for these! I didn't eat both but I am so going to eat the other one for breakfast tomorrow..

Thanks girl!..

Comment #8

Technically a scone has a cream base. What Dukan Diet calls a scone is so definitely not a scone - it's closer to a dry tea biscuit...

Comment #9

I found this on a website for low fat chocolate chip scones......I modified the recipe to make 2..........which is equivalent to using 1/3 cup of low carb pancake mix..........you could easily add in lemon zest/poppyseeds, or apples, raspberries, blueberries, etc..........and substitute splenda and ff milk, etc...........very similar to your recipe formalone!.

INGREDIENTS.

1/3 cup all-purpose flour.

1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar.

1/8 teaspoon baking soda.

1/8 teaspoon salt.

2 teaspoons white sugar.

1-1/2 teaspoons applesauce.

1 teaspoon water.

1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon milk.

2 tablespoons and 2 teaspoons chocolate chips.

DIRECTIONS.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Lightly grease two baking sheets..

In a large bowl, combine flour, cream of tartar, baking soda, salt and sugar. Add the applesauce, water and milk; mix well. Fold in chocolate chips. Drop large rounded spoonfuls of batter onto prepared baking sheets..

Bake at 400 degrees F (200 degrees C) for 15 minutes. Let cool before serving..

You could probably cook them in the puff pan too for smaller/quicker mini puff/scones..............

Comment #10

WOW, Benay! Melted in the microwave and drizzled on top....that would be so yummy!!..

Comment #11

Hi Jenn! I'm so glad you're diggin' on these! I've increased the raspberry extract to a full teaspoonI love the flavor!!..

Comment #12

Yea I made another batch and I used more than 8 raspberries per muffin for sure LOL.

I bought them at the farmer's market and they are SO sweet, I couldn't resist...

Comment #13

Raspberries are my absolute favorite fruit right now! I could live on them!.

I know this sounds "different"but I use them in my chicken salad now, too!!..

Comment #14

No I could totally see how it would be tasty!.

I got some strawberries and raspberries and I seriously can't decide which are my fave right now..

Comment #15

I got some blackberries todayI've never had them, we'll see what I end up doing with them! I think blackberries, a little Splenda, and a little FF half and half...kind of like berries 'n cream....I'll keep you posted!..

Comment #16

Raspberries, strawberries & blackberries are all wonderful in a green salad with diced grilled chicken as well. Dried cranberries & cherries and grapes cut in half are also good in chicken salad. I would never have thought of this but one time when I was at a workshop, they had the grapes in the chicken salad & I couldn't believe how good it was. Since then I've experimented & any berry is really good...

Comment #17

Oh man I am SO making blackberry scones if I find some at the market this weekend *drool*.

I LOVE blackberries!..

Comment #18

I made these with blueberries and my last pkg of blueberry pancake mix. I can't tell you how yummy it was!!!! So, you talked me into getting Raspberry extract last night, lol. These will be my breakfast in a few minutes!..

Comment #19

I made these this morning and boy were they good! I have a huge raspberry patch in my backyard so had really fresh raspberries. I did tweak the recipe a little to try and up the protein to better match a Dukan Diet breakfast entree and this is what I got:.

1/3 c. Instabake (130 cals, 29g carbs, 1g fat, 4 g protein).

1/4 c. skim milk (20 cals, 3.25g carbs, 0g fat, 3g protein).

1 Tbsp FF Soy Flour (26.6 cals, 3.3 g carbs, 0 g fat, 4.7g protein).

1/2 tsp raspberry extract.

1 Tbsp. splenda.

In total this added up to: 176.6 cals, 35.5 g carbs (net carbs are less than 30), 10.7g protein (not including stats added by raspberries)..

YUMMO! Thanks for the recipe!.

I added 3 turkey sausage links and 12 cherries to complete out my breakfast...

Comment #20

Thanks for the recipes and stats too!! Love that!..

Comment #21

How funny this got bumped! I.

Just.

Made blueberry scones on Sunday for the first time in ages lol..

Comment #22


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