Whole-Grain Raspberry Almond Scones (with almond extract!)

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My family is a huge fan of scones, and these Raspberry Almond Scones below (flavored with almond extract) are no exception!
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My family is a huge fan of scones, and these Raspberry Almond Scones below (flavored with almond extract) are no exception! If pancakes and waffles are your go-to weekend breakfast treats, then I’d suggest switching things up with this recipe instead. Scones are honestly easier to make since they all go in the oven at once rather than having to be made one-by-one. They pair together perfectly with fresh fruit and a simple batch of scrambled eggs (or organic bacon!), and they freeze beautifully for a rainy day (if you’re lucky enough to have any leftovers)!

Whole-Grain Raspberry Almond Scones on 100 Days of Real Food

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To add a punch of flavor to this recipe, I used an ingredient I’ve honestly never cooked with before, almond extract. I’ve definitely enjoyed foods made with almond extract by others (hello, tasty macaroons!) so I thought it’d be fun to experiment with some in my own kitchen. I was pleased to learn that not only does our sponsor Nuts.com offer high-quality almond extract, but it’s organic too! It’s amazing how many store-bought extracts are full of unwanted fillers and other additives – no, thank you.

Organic almond extract can be used in many different types of recipes such as pound cake, granola, smoothies, cookies, biscotti, and more. In addition to extracts, Nuts.com also sells nuts, of course! If you saw my recent post about reorganizing our pantry, you’ll know we are no strangers to nuts, dried fruit, popcorn, and other items that can all be sourced through Nuts.com. What a great resource for those who don’t have health food stores close by or simply like to save time by shopping online.

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Nuts.com has been around since 1929, though at that time, they weren’t an online business, of course!  Eighty-eight years later, cousins Jeff and David represent the third generation of the family business. Some of my favorite items you can find at nuts.com are oats, quinoa, brown rice, whole-wheat pastry flour, raw nuts (cashews, almonds, walnuts, pecans), raw seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, and sesame), and a variety of dried fruit without added sugar!

Raspberry Almond Scone Recipe

Whole-Grain Raspberry Almond Scones on 100 Days of Real Food

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10 thoughts on “Whole-Grain Raspberry Almond Scones (with almond extract!)”

  1. I can’t wait to try your scone recipes! Great for a busy college morning. Despite not having tried the recipe…I just had to comment on how amazing your pantry is! I cannot wait to have my own so I can organize it into oblivion!

  2. Have you tried making these with coconut oil and milk? Not sure if it would work without butter. Would they be too dense?

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      We often use coconut oil in place of butter but have not tried in this recipe.

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