Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones


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Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones

If you’re diabetic, or concerned about sugar, give this recipe for Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones a try. Scones are a breakfast staple at my house. I make them at least once a week. They actually whip up pretty quickly, and we all love them. I hope you like this recipe!

Disclaimer: I am a Brand Ambassador for Swerve and am being compensated for this post. However, the opinions here are all mine.

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I announced on Facebook a few weeks ago that I was chosen by Swerve and Bookieboo to be a blog ambassador for Swerve Sweetener. If you haven’t heard of Swerve, and you’re looking for an all natural, zero-calorie, non-GMO, non-glycemic sweetener, look no further! I’ve been using Swerve for a few weeks now and am mostly impressed! It measures cup for cup like sugar and leaves no after taste. I love that’s natural and non-GMO. And, the best news – human tests have shown that Swerve is safe for diabetics! So if you need to avoid sugar, Swerve seems to be a safe sugar substitute for you!

Let’s make these Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones

Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones
Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones
Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones
Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones
Sugar Free Blueberry Scones

First, preheat oven to 375 degrees. Then, mix up your dry ingredients. Cut in 1/2 cup cold butter with a pasty blender until the dough resembles little peas, then add the blueberries and milk. Mix until combined.
{Side note: While you’re mixing up dry ingredients, go ahead and make a few extra bowls, then put the mix in the freezer! Next time you want scones, pull the mix out of the freezer, add butter, fruit, and milk, and you’re good to go!}
But, back to the recipe… Turn dough out onto a baking stone and shape into a 9″ circle. Top with a little extra Swerve if you’d like.
Cut the cirlce into 8 pie shapes pieces and separate them so they don’t touch.
Bake for 22-27 minutes, until they look golden brown and crunchy. Enjoy!

Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones

Sugar-Free Blueberry Scones


  • 2 1/2 cups unbleached flour (If you'd like, use 2 cups unbleached and 1/2 whole wheat)
  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 cup Swerve Sweetener - all natural, non-GMO (It measures cup for cup like sugar, so if you'd rather use sugar, just use 1/2 cup non-GMO sugar instead)
  • 1/2 cup cold butter
  • I cup frozen blueberries
  • 2/3 cup (You can use buttermilk or regular milk. I use whole milk most often.)


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Add dry ingredients and mix well.
  3. Cut in the butter with with a pastry blender until the mix resembles peas.
  4. Add blueberries and milk.
  5. Stir until combined.
  6. Turn dough out onto a baking stone.
  7. Form a 9" circle.
  8. Top with extra Swerve Sweetner if desired.
  9. Cut circle into 8 pie shaped pieces.
  10. Separate the pieces so they don't touch.
  11. Bake for 22-28 minutes.
  12. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1798Total Fat: 30gSaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 79mgSodium: 3014mgCarbohydrates: 345gSugar: 79gProtein: 59g

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Have you ever tried cooking with sugar alternatives? Swerve is very easy to use. I really like that it has no artificial taste and substitutes one for one with real sugar. If you’re concerned about sugar in your died, and why wouldn’t you be, definitely try Swerve!

Want more sugar-free recipes? Here you go:

Double Chocolate Pomegranate Cookies Sweetened w/ Honey

Naturally Sweetened Christmas Cookies

About Michelle Marine

Michelle Marine is the author of How to Raise Chickens for Meat, a long-time green-living enthusiast, and rural Iowa mom of four. She empowers families to grow and eat seasonal, local foods; to reduce their ecological footprint; and to come together through impactful travel.

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