Blueberry Spelt Scones

I absolutely love scones! Nothing goes better with your morning coffee than a good scone or biscotti. The lemon in this recipe definitely is the key ingredient; it adds so much flavor to the scone.  If you are looking for a sweet scone I would suggest using brown sugar instead of the agave.  I’m not a big sweets fan so to me these turned out to be fabulous.  They were so refreshing and have a perfect texture.   


Blueberry Spelt Scones

Adapted from Here

2 c. Spelt flour + 1/3 cup *
1 Tbsp baking powder
3.5 Tbsp Agave
1/4 tsp salt
6 Tbsp butter, plus 1/2 Tbsp, chilled
1 Tbsp lemon juice/Zest of 1  lemon
1 c. 2% Milk(whole or ½ and ½ would be great too)
3/4 c. fresh or frozen Maine wild blueberries

-Preheat oven to 425 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment.
-In small bowl combine frozen blueberries and 1 Tbsp flour and toss to combine.
-Place blueberry mixture back into freezer.
-In large bowl, combine flour, baking powder and salt.
-Take butter out of fridge, cut into chunks and add to flour mixture.
-Cut butter into flour until pea sized or smaller.
-Add Agave, lemon juice, lemon zest, milk and mix in with a spoon until just barely incorporated.
-Take blueberries out of fridge and knead into mixture until mixture forms a ball of sticky dough.
-Turn dough out onto floured surface and pat down into rough 9-10 inch circle.
-Cut into 8 triangles and place triangles onto prepared baking sheet at least an inch apart.
-Place in oven and bake for 15 minutes.
-Let cool and enjoy.



* Start by adding two cups of the spelt flour, if you find your dough is too sticky or runny add more in very small amounts.


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10 thoughts on “Blueberry Spelt Scones

  1. I just looked at your blog for the first time! I love the layout, so pretty and easy to read!
    Your lemon blueberry scones look AMAZING! As do your other recipes! I’m looking forward to coming back and trying some of your creations in my kitchen!

    1. Alison,
      Thanks! I definitely think skim milk would work just fine. I have not tested it but thought about using almond milk. If it works let me know. 🙂
      thanks for your sweet comment! If you try it let me know how you like them.
      🙂 I hope you enjoy my blog. thank you so much for visiting!


  2. Yum. Those look and sound delicious. I was planning on making some of these, too, and I’ll have to consider using spelt flour instead.

  3. HiI had some fresh Ontario blueberries and I thought to have a go at making scones. I’m trying to work with spelt flour and this recipe sounded yummy and they are yummy too!
    I tried using unsweetened organic soy milk and I increased the blueberries to a cup. They aren’t super sweet so for my husband I dusted them with icing sugar. He couldn’t believe his luck!

  4. I LOVE spelt anything, I need to try these scones! Have you ever used Babycakes NYC spelt scone recipe? They are really good, thanks for posting this recipe! I love your blog and am inspired by your healthy balance!

  5. Nice blog.
    Do you think raspberries would work instead of blueberries, or would they be too watery?

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