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    Post Syn Free Bread/Scones

    I made these last night and they are amazing!!! My boyfriend declared them better than real cheese scones.

    300g cottage cheese
    2 eggs
    1 107g packet of SMASH (I used cheese and onion smash to make cheese flavoured scones)

    Blend the cottage cheese and eggs with a hand blender. Then stir in the SMASH. This makes a dough which you can then seperate into scones. I made 8. I had mine with some homemade butternut squash, sweet potato and red lentil soup for lunch.

    If you made these with plain SMASH you could easily make them bigger and have them as a bread bun substitute.

    Next time I'm going to try frying some red onion (in frylight) and adding that to the mixture. You could add anything - garlic, chilli, chives etc.
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    What a good idea, quick and filling on these cold days, thank you xx

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    Forgot to say they need to go in the oven (obviously haha)! 180degress for 20 mins!

    They are delicious and preparation takes less that 5 minutes x

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    I miss my bread so these sound great. Thanks for posting

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    These sound fantastic! Thank you

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    Fantastic going to try these x

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    Do these have any syns in them?

    stace77 xx

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    Just making these, they are cooking right now! Will let u know what they r like x

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    Mmmm very nice! Nor a scone texture but very tasty x thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracie Green View Post
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    These look great Tracie

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    Ive just had these for breakfast with a frylite egg...... Ab fab!!

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    I made these last night to have with a stew as a kind of dumpling substitute, they were great! Even my hubby, who decides he's not going to like something even before he's tried it just because its SW friendly, really liked them. A winning recipe that I will definitely use again, thank you so much for sharing it :-)

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    Made these today, added chopped red onion as didn't have flavoured smash or cheese and all I can say is yum yum!! Delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnahodgson View Post
    I made these last night and they are amazing!!! My boyfriend declared them better than real cheese scones.

    300g cottage cheese
    2 eggs
    1 107g packet of SMASH (I used cheese and onion smash to make cheese flavoured scones)

    Blend the cottage cheese and eggs with a hand blender. Then stir in the SMASH. This makes a dough which you can then seperate into scones. I made 8. I had mine with some homemade butternut squash, sweet potato and red lentil soup for lunch.

    If you made these with plain SMASH you could easily make them bigger and have them as a bread bun substitute.

    Next time I'm going to try frying some red onion (in frylight) and adding that to the mixture. You could add anything - garlic, chilli, chives etc.
    Ohhhhhh good idea - I have a onion chutney simmering away at the mo, these sound like they would go perfectly! Looks like I'm to take a trip to the shop for some smash tomorrow, never used it before "0)

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