Fruit scones

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Anybody knows if fruit scones are ok to eat (with no butter or spread )

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    Hi Happy chick

    Depends on the fat content.  Only you can work that out.  Are you eating them as part of a meal as don't forget you only have 45g of fat to play with, spread over 3 meals.


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    According to My Fitness Pal, Tesco finest 40g fruit scone is 142 calories, 3.2g fat, and home-made (doesn't specific weight) is 250 cal and 12g fat. So I think the answer is no!!
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    Not really, 3.2g of fat in 40g is 8g of fat per 100g, although I agree she would probably get away with it, and it doesn't seem worth it!  What I do is have something really special, like King prawns. Nutritious, low fat, and delicious!

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