Rich Keto Chocolate Chip Scones

Low carb keto chocolate chip scones
 

This recipe for keto chocolate chip scones delivers all the taste of traditional scones minus all the high carbs.

Have you been looking for an easy way to enjoy scones on a low carb keto diet? Well, you’ve come to the right place because my recipe for keto chocolate chip scones not only allows you to safely enjoy the tradition of tea and scones but to do so easily.

High tea anyone? Perhaps ceremonious tea is not your thing, but the scones that accompany this tradition would make a believer out of anyone. Unfortunately, even though I love a good cup of tea and this girl does, the high carb count in traditional scones would ruin the afternoon tea experience for me.

Thankfully, you can have your cup of tea and with one of my keto chocolate chip scones and not be derailed. Although most scones are not overly sweet, the regular flours used in them can cause your insulin levels to spike through the roof.

Keeping your insulin levels on point is not only something diabetics should monitor but anyone who is trying to lose or maintain their weight would benefit.

Keto Chocolate Scones

Low Carb Keto Chocolate Chip Scones

 

Easy Keto Scones

After I created a recipe for Keto Strawberry Scones successfully, I knew the next step would be to create a recipe for keto chocolate chip scones. And now I also have a Keto Blueberry Scones recipe for you to also enjoy. 

Because in case you don’t know, I have dedicated an entire low carb keto category to chocolate, So, I knew it was a recipe that for low carb chocolate chip scones was bound to happen.

My keto chocolate chip scones are a great treat since they are not only low in carbs but they are super easy to make.

Similar to my other keto scone recipe, you only need to quickly combine the ingredients, spread the batter into a cast-iron skillet and bake to be able to enjoy.

No need to spend a lot of time trying to cut the butter perfectly into the flour with fancy pastry cutters. Or worry if your dough actually looks like peas before proceeding. Am I the only one that stressing with instructions like these?

All those steps just intimidate and keep people from finding low carb options that can keep them on track. But I’m not here to impress you with a recipe that requires you to have a culinary background in order to enjoy.

No, what I want is to give you easy low carb keto recipes that you can confidently make no matter your level of expertise.

keto chocolate chip scones mixture

It’s all about making treats that are simple enough for you to make even if you’re not yet familiar how to bake with low carb keto flours. 

Personally, I think it’s important to include healthy treats like these keto chocolate chip scones into your diet in order to avoid major slips.

It’s a way to not feel deprived and therefore allows you to stay compliant to the keto lifestyle easily.

I hope the recipes I share with you give you the confidence to do this lifestyle successfully. Because it really is what fuels me into making them for you. Every time I hear that one of my recipes is assisting you, it reminds me that I am serving you well.

Baking Keto Scones In A Cast-Iron Skillet

Perhaps, you’re wondering why I choose to make my keto scones in a cast-iron skillet. The reason why my keto chocolate chip scones and my strawberry scones are baked in a skillet is two-fold.

One the convenience of not having to form each scone individually and two, because of the great crust that cooking in a cast-iron skillet provides.

Keto chocolate chip scones in a cast iron skillet

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If you still don’t own a cast iron skillet, I highly encourage you to put it at the top of your wish list of must-have kitchen items. Because it’s really a fabulous way to cook and it’s why you see me mention it several times in this blog.

Besides did you know you can actually raise your levels of iron by just cooking in a cast iron skillet? Imagine you can enjoy a recipe like my keto scones and boost your iron levels to boot.

I sure hope you will give this recipe for low carb chocolate chips scones a try. Once you do, make sure you remember to tag us on Instagram and Facebook with your lovely pictures. I can’t tell you how much that keeps this girl encouraged to keep sharing and perfecting her recipes for you.

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Keto Chocolate Chip Scones

Keto Chocolate Chip Scones

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

An​ easy recipe for keto chocolate chip scones.

Ingredients

Optional topping

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees
  2. Melt the butter and set aside to cool.
  3. Using an electric mixer combine the sugar substitute, melted butter and the eggs.
  4. Once this is combined add the sour cream.
  5. Next add all the dry ingredients and stir until fully combined.
  6. Lastly, stir in the sugar free chocolate chips.
  7. Pour batter (note that it will be thick) into fully greased round cake pan or cast-iron skillet.
  8. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
  9. Optionally you can dust your keto scones with swerve confectioners sugar substitute.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 93 Total Fat: 8.8g Saturated Fat: 4.2g Cholesterol: 55mg Sodium: 50mg Carbohydrates: 1.9g Fiber: 1.1g Sugar: 0.3g Protein: 2.6g

 

 

 

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10 Comments

  1. Love the skillet idea but could I roll and cut prior to baking? No cast iron skillet although I do have a RED copper oven safe one I've yet to try in the oven. So happy to find your recipes for scones! The savory recipe from another blog that I made last night wasn't anywhere close to the DELICIOUS outcomes I get following your cooking and baking recipes. Truth! Thinking of ways to turn your sweet scone dough into a savory one (or, fingers crossed, you tell me/us how 😊).
     
    • Hi Theresa, you don't have to make these in skillet pan but I do believe it helps in getting a nice crust. Use your red copper pan it should work out nicely. You really can't roll and cut this dough though. Enjoy!
       
      • You have no idea how much I appreciate your attention to the "little details." I'd about given up on all things keto BAKING and finding true baking textures and recipes! I'll be testing out my pan very soon and pray scones can be delicious. (I made your CRANBERRY ORANGE COOKIES yesterday - yum! - so CHOCOLATE is waiting in the wings).
         
      • Yay Theresa! Hey are you in our private facebook page? Would love to see you there if not. Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1031486583676063/
         
      • Thank you very much! I've signed up and sent my request to you 🙂
         
      • Happy to see you in the Private FB group Theresa!
         
  2. Made these this morning in a cake pan! My son and I both agree they are delicious! Next time I will make them in my cast iron pan...that I've had for years but is still in the box. 😉
     
  3. Hi! Do you think I could make this without the sweetener without ruining the outcome of the dough? I’m dying for a scone but I haven’t found a keto-friendly sweetener that doesn’t taste weird to me. Thanks!!
     

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