Yummy protein walnut and fruit scones

Staying at home can bring temptations, but you can still have the odd healthy treat. These yummy protein, walnut and fruit scones only took 30 mins from putting ingredients together to getting it out of the oven. Mixing only took 5 mins.

Ingredients:

Half a cup of quinoa flakes
4 tbsps protein drink mix* (milk replacement and to reduce sugar)
4 tbsp cafe latte F1*,
5 crushed walnuts
A handful each of fresh raspberries and blueberries
Half tsp Almond essence
Enough water to bind all ingredients together. I used approx 1 glass of water.

Method:

Mix all ingredients well, pouring in the water for the right consistency.

Bake in a preheated oven at 180° for 20 mins.

Enjoy 1/2 for a snack or treat with herbal beverage*☺❤

For product ingredients*, please visit https://abawellness.goherbalife.com

Protein and fruit scone

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