I really like the presentation, just like a round of cheese. Nice job.
Thanks. I was trying to work out how I could get six scones that were roughly the same size with no leftover dough, then I realised I could just make one large one and cut into six.
350g Lonjevity Fibre Flour
5g Baking Powder
85g Butter Co. Spreadable
90ml Double Cream
50g Cheddar Cheese
5g Xanthan Gum
Here are the macronutrients of your recipe. Cost per 100g and calorie count. Net carb only 8g per 100g. I reckon your 6 pieces weigh 120g each, can you weigh one and post it.
They've gone in the freezer. But your estimation is most likely correct. I use nutracheck to work out the macros of my recipes and this is what it comes up with for one scone.
Looks like your nutracheck gives a similar result to my spreadsheet for a 120 g piece. But yours didn't give the fibre.
Fat 32, Protein 16, Carb 9, Fibre 26, kcals 440
The most important part of all, how good do they taste?
No, it doesn't count fibre. They tasted lovely, though I will add a little bit of mustard powder next time as it brings out the cheese flavour better.