Fig and Pecan Scones
Any dried fig variety (black, Mission or golden California figs) works in this tender, buttery recipe. Cutting scones into wedges is faster than rounds and means no wasted dough scraps.
Source: Midwest Living
Credit: Carson Downing
400 calories; fat 15g; cholesterol 53mg; saturated fat 7g; carbohydrates 63g; mono fat 5g; poly fat 1g; insoluble fiber 3g; sugars 41g; protein 5g; vitamin a 388.6IU; vitamin c 0.9mg; thiamin 0.2mg; riboflavin 0.1mg; niacin equivalents 1mg; folate 34.2mcg; vitamin b12 0.1mcg; sodium 218mg; potassium 176mg; calcium 96mg; iron 1.7mg.