Monday, April 21, 2014

Skinny Chocolate Chip Buttermilk Scones

Skinny Chocolate Chip Scones

Heeeeyyyyy.

I'm slacking at blogging again.

You guys have nooo idea how long it's taken for me to get this blog post published. I've had to rewrite it twice because it became dated and irrelevant.

While my busy schedule has been partially to blame, my lack of blogging is also because I've been cooking a lot of boring things. James and I have been on a bit of a health kick (to counteract the effects of our prior wine and Indian food kick) and I don't think you guys want to see photos of salmon and asparagus three times a week.

Skinny Chocolate Chip Scones

Since one cannot live on salmon alone, I made these incredible lightened up scones last month that don't taste a tiny bit light. These aren't actually healthy. They still contain butter, flour, and chocolate, and if you eat the whole batch your thighs will start to look like cottage cheese...however, they have about 200 fewer calories than their full fat counterpart and will subdue a chocolate craving without completely derailing your diet.

Skinny Chocolate Chip Scones

Enough about cottage cheese thighs and calories...on to happy news!

Those of you who have been around for awhile may remember that my sister and I used to blog here together. Annie quit a couple years ago because she is too busy shaping the minds of impressionable youths to take photos of scones. Anyway, two Fridays ago she got engaged! Her fiancĂ© has been a member of our family for a long time, but I'm very excited to officially call him my brother-in-law at some point in the near (no pressure, Annie and Scott!) future.

I got to see her gorgeous new bling in person last weekend, because she came to town for my birthday! It wasn't just any birthday...April 18th was the big 3-0. I spent a long time dreading turning 30, but I'm happy to report that I feel exactly the same as I did when I was 29. It certainly doesn't hurt that I still get carded...when that stops, I'll officially have an issue with aging.

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