Learn how to make the best keto scones also known as healthy strawberry scones in just 30 minutes! These almond flour scones are crumbly, moist, like a classic American biscuit with delicious pieces of strawberries and sugar free glaze.
Yes, you can eat strawberries on a keto diet. Like most berries, strawberries can be consumed in moderation without impacting your ketosis or blood sugar level too much. In fact, 1 cup of fresh strawberries contains only 6g net carbs per 100 g which is actually 2 times less than blueberries! For a full list of keto-friendly fruits, check out our keto fruit list!
A scone recipe wouldn’t be the same without glazing right? Good news, you can make a delicious sweet sugar free glazing using powdered sugar free sweetener and unsweetened almond milk. The trick to make it even sweeter, add few drops of stevia drops! Even better, use flavored stevia drops like strawberry or vanilla stevia drops. These won’t add carbs and boost your sugar free glazing with flavors.
These keto scones are not only for people on a keto diet. First, they are gluten-free scones, ideal for anyone intolerant to gluten. Next, they are healthy scones made of wholesome unrefined ingredients. They contain healthy fats from nuts and lots of fiber that are very fulfilling. Fibers are also good for your gut health and make this recipe easier to digest. Finally, they are keto vegan scones too if you use my egg-replacement option! All you need to make these almond flour scones is:
These keto scones are delicious for a sweet keto breakfast along with the following keto breakfast recipes:
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