Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies

Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies

Wanna try a new recipe, then Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies is the perfect recipe to try. Scookies is a new recipe that I have created and it is awesome.

Buttermilk blueberries smoothies

You may be wondering what a “scookie” is. It’s a new term I made up for this recipe because I thought I was making scones, but they turned out looking like a big fat yummy cookie, so they’ve been dubbed a’scookie’ with Amaretto Fresh Blueberry Sauce!

Blueberries and cookies

These scookies are moist with a bit of crunch for making pineapple rosemary scones—a hint of sugar from the scone itself, and then there’s the blueberry sweetness from Mother Nature! They’re delicious hot out of the oven, but they’re also delicious at room temperature. The great thing about putting the blueberries in the ‘well’ on top is that they retain their shape and natural juiciness!

Cookies with buttermilk

These delightful critters with crinkly coconut scones can be served as a snack with a dollop of ice cream or whipped cream… They’re simple to prepare ahead of time… You may also use a fruit drizzle sauce, such as this one made with raspberries, blueberries, a little sugar, butter, and amaretto in a skillet.

Easy smoothies with buttermilk

In the smoothie, I’ve also included some wheatgrass. Wheatgrass is something I cultivate and use in juices and smoothies. I often use wheatgrass to make wheatgrass juice or shots.

New recipes with buttermilk

Wheat grass’s and apple-filled scone cake health benefits were first brought to my attention by an ayurvedic doctor 15 years ago. I used to start with wheat grass powder, but I would sometimes buy wheatgrass from Mumbai’s specialty stores and add it to smoothies or shakes. They’re now grown in a pot of organic wheat grains and used in drinks and beverages.

Adding milk to blueberries

The addition of wheatgrass and almond rose crinkly scones to this smoothie is completely optional. I either use almond or coconut milk in my smoothies. I used coconut milk in this recipe as well.

How to make blueberries smoothies

I don’t use any sweetener in smoothies to keep my sugar intake low. Sweeteners such as organic unrefined cane sugar, honey, maple syrup, jaggery, palm jaggery, or coconut sugar may be used instead. Although the recipe serves one person, it can easily be doubled or tripled.

Smoothies in a cup

Fill a cup halfway with milk and add the frozen blueberries. If needed, add sweetener and vanilla extract. The berries freeze the milk, turning it into a delicious frozen slush that tastes like ice cream.

Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies

Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies

Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies

Yield: 12-14 scookies

Wanna try a new recipe, then Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies is the perfect recipe to try. Scookies is a new recipe that I have created and it is awesome.


  • Preheat Oven to 375
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup sugar + 1 tbl (divided)
  • 2 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ½ cup salted butter cut in cubes
  • 1 beaten egg
  • ½ cup buttermilk
  • 1 blueberries, frozen or fresh


Sift into a large mixing bowl the flour, ½ cup sugar, baking powder and baking soda.  Put in the butter cubes and with your hands blend into the flour mixture.

In another small bowl combine the egg and buttermilk.  Pour into the dry mixture and blend well.  The batter will be thick.

Dollop onto a parchment-paper lined cookie sheet 12-14 equal amounts of thick batter.  Doesn’t matter if it’s irregular shapes and not smooth.  Take a teaspoon, coat the back with cooking spray and use this to make an indentation, center well, in the centers of each of the scookies.  Place blueberries in each and gently smoosh into the centers.  Sprinkle each with a little more sugar.

Bake in a preheated 375 oven for about 10-12 minutes or until the scookie is golden brown.

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Buttermilk Blueberry Scookies
©Alice D’Antoni Phillips  www.allyskitchen.com

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  1. I’m big on reference books — Webster, Roget, et al — and then there’s Ally’s Dictionary of Cooking Terms. 🙂 Your creations (word-wise and kitchen-wise) are fun and apt, not to mention tasty!

    1. OH, we should write a new dictionary of terms together! I’m sure b/t us we’d have some whacky things! No, let’s say ‘schmacky’! Love love your support and always having my best girl here!! xo

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