All the true vegans readers are now saying "Big deal. I haven't had a bakery doughnut in years!" And believe me, now I feel your pain. Because as much as I adore soysage and scrambles, sometimes you just want a little something sweet in the mornings.
As the old song goes, these guys are easy like Sunday (okay, Friday) morning. You just mix ground oats, a little whole wheat pastry flour, a smidge of salt, sugar, and leavening, and moisten with vinegar-spiked plant milk. Then they are dropped onto a cookie sheet, baked for fifteen minutes, and ready to be devoured with a little butter of your choice or jam.
I did add a little flax meal to the batter (I have an unhealthy dependence on flax meal. And because junkies hate to use alone, I also try to make everyone I know eat it). And as you can see, I did a blueberry variation and a kind of jam thumprint/strawberry danish dealie too. The blueberry ones had one quarter cup of frozen berries and about an eight teaspoon of almond extract folded into the batter. The others have an eighth teaspoon of vanilla extract in the batter, and each is topped with a half a tablespoon of reduced sugar strawberry jam.
I had a half of each flavored scone so that I could make a proper comparison of the results. My favorite of the three was probably
Nutrition Information: [Full information for plain scones is with the recipe, but here are the basics] Calories 81; Fat 1 g; Cholesterol 0 mg; Protein 3.6 g; Carbohydrates 15.5 g; Fiber 2.4 g