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Cheesey Pumpkin spelt scones



160 g

Cubed & peeled pumpkin

  • 60 grams Tasty cheese, ( grated )
  • 200 grams white spelt flour
  • 100 grams wholemeal spelt flour
  • 2 heaped teaspoons baking powder
  • 20 grams Butter
  • 25g grams Buttermilk or Milk, ( I had buttermilk to use up as I had just made a butter Batch)!
  • 1 Whole egg

  • Extra spelt flour for dusting
  • Extra buttermilk for brushing

Recipe's preparation

  1. Pre heat fan forced oven to 200 degrees


    Chop the cubed pumpkin on speed 6 for 5 seconds ,

    add the grated tasty cheese , white & wholemeal spelt flours , teaspoons of baking powder & butter. 

    Mix on speed 5 and slowly add through hole in lid the butter , buttermilk and egg 

    set dial to closed lid position and knead for 50 seconds. You don't want to over work the dough as spelt flour does not cope to well with this

    the dough will be quite sticky so add extra flour to your thermo Matt and empty dough onto it. You may need to scrape out dough from the bowl using the spatula.

    Flour up your hands and a rolling pin and flatten out the dough to about 1cm thickness , then using a scone cutter , make your shapes. Place the cut dough shapes into a greased baking tray, then brush lightly with extra buttermilk.

    Bake in fan forced oven for about 12 - 15 minutes. Keep a eye on the scones to make sure they don't over brown up. 


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Serve warm with lashings of freshly made butter! DELISH! 

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  • hi there, yes i do add 1

    Submitted by bianca83 on 9. January 2014 - 09:19.

    hi there, yes i do add 1 egg.. really sorry i must have forgotten to put it in the ingredients list. will fix now tmrc_emoticons.)


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  • Am keen to try these but do

    Submitted by fjtempo on 8. January 2014 - 22:04.

    Am keen to try these but do you add egg? Listed under prep but quantity not in ingredients.

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