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Pumpkin Maple Scones


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Scones

  • 440 g Self Raising Flour
  • 60 g butter (chopped)
  • 300 g pumpkin, peeled and chopped (i use Japp)
  • 100 g Pure Maple* syrup (or other sweetener)
  • 1-2 teaspoons spice (cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom or mixed)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 20-50 g Milk or Buttermilk
  • 1 egg (optional)
  • milk (to brush on top)
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Recipe's preparation

    Pumpkin scones
  1. place flour, salt, spice, and butter into TM bowl

    and mix 5-7 seconds / sp 8

    to resemble bread crumbs.

    set aside.

  2. Place pumpkin in empty TM bowl and grate

    5-7 seconds / speed 6

    scrape down and cook

    10 min / 100 deg / speed 1-2

    Place TM bowl containing puree in fridge to cool

    to 37deg (about 15 min)

    add maple syrup and puree 20 seconds / sp 8

    scrape and repeat if necessary until smooth

  3. When pumpkin puree has cooled add the flour/butter mix back into the TM bowl with the

    pumpkin (also add egg if using)

    and mix 10 sec / speed 4-5 to gently combine

    Fill half the MC with milk (50g) and knead the

    dough 20 seconds / Dough mode slowly pouring the milk

    through the MC hole until dough is sticky and combined.

  4. Tip/scrape the dough onto a floured surface

    and cut into scones or form into a round loaf

    and score into triangles.

    Do not over handle the dough or it will become

    tough.

    Brush with milk and bake

    200 ff  until lightly brown (about 15 minutes)

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Tip

The addition of an egg will make a firmer scone.

These are delicious with Maple butter (make the butter yourself,

keep the buttermilk aside and continue on to making these scones

without needing to wash the bowl in between).

For more maple flavour use maple butter in the scones.

Maple butter recipe is also on recipe community.

*You can also use golden syrup, honey or your preferred sweetener.

I have baked these in mini muffin trays - oil well and drop a teaspoon of dough into each hole.

They are great for kids lunchboxes.

Try them with cardamom - delicious!

Your MC is perfect to cut your scones (dip it in flour between cutting)

and also to use as a cup for your milk when brushing on top.


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  • Delicious and so easy!

    Submitted by Kateblue on 9. June 2018 - 12:51.

    Delicious and so easy!

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  • These are very yummy! Made some alterations due to...

    Submitted by Chookybee on 19. December 2017 - 17:23.

    These are very yummy! Made some alterations due to not having the right ingredients/amounts. Used a mix of maple syrup and golden syrup. Used sweet potato instead of pumpkin (my cut jap didn’t look too good in the crisper) and I added in some sultanas and chopped glacé cherries to the top, cos Xmas

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  • Great recipe! I’ve tried a few different recipes...

    Submitted by Kirst382 on 25. November 2017 - 11:47.

    Great recipe! I’ve tried a few different recipes and this one is hands down the best. I used egg and mixed spice and cut them out using a cookie cutter.

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  • These were nice. Easy to make too. I used about a...

    Submitted by faimus83 on 10. September 2017 - 22:58.

    These were nice. Easy to make too. I used about a tsp cinnamon and 1/2 tsp of cardamon and about 350g pumpkin. Also used 50g maple sryup. Will try different combinations of spices next time.

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  • Great scones. I made them

    Submitted by twinswithallergies on 12. October 2015 - 16:21.

    Great scones. I made them while my 2yr old twins were having lunch - so easy! I used 300g normal SF flour and 140g wholemeal SF flour. Used 1 tsp cardamon, 2 tbsp of caster suger in place of maple syrup and no egg (as my twins are allergic to eggs). Used home grown butternut pumpkin that I really need to use up from last year. Were really good, my twins loved them. Next time I won't add the suger as they really didn't need it tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • These are great! I used honey

    Submitted by Lorz on 13. July 2015 - 13:05.

    These are great! I used honey as the sweetener and also added raisins

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  • Delicious!

    Submitted by lovinfood on 23. May 2015 - 22:26.

    Delicious!

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  • Love this recipe! Have

    Submitted by julestris on 6. May 2015 - 22:53.

    Love this recipe! Have altered them to make them sugar free. I use 100g sweet potato purée instead of the maple syrup, coconut cream instead of the milk, and use the egg and cinnamon as my spice. My boys can't eat them quick enough!

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  • Submitted by Cassba on 25. March 2015 - 13:24.

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  • Loved them! Absolutely

    Submitted by Margarita Helen on 4. January 2015 - 21:36.

    Loved them! Absolutely delicious and I served them with the maple butter as you suggested. Thanks so much for the tip and for sharing the recipe. A bit hit with the visitors and us too! tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Today I decided to try two

    Submitted by Jodester142 on 22. November 2014 - 13:40.

    Today I decided to try two separate pumpkin scone recipes in a bid to find one as good as my late Nans.  This recipe won hands down, and just quietly is actually nicer than my Nans.  thanks so much for sharing!

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  • Hi Monty, You may just need

    Submitted by Thermokate on 14. October 2014 - 21:41.

    Hi Monty,

    You may just need to alter the cooking time depending on the size/height of your loaf. I tend to make smallish scones and cook them in about 10 minutes but one big loaf may take 20. Just bake until lightly brown. I use fan forced too. Hope this helps. tmrc_emoticons.)

    To see the yummy things I like Thermomixing check out my Thermokate facebook page Smile

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  • Yummo

    Submitted by ThermieEm on 4. August 2014 - 08:05.

    Yummo

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  • Yum! I did it as a round loaf

    Submitted by Monty2003 on 4. July 2014 - 17:09.

    Yum! I did it as a round loaf and it was lovely on the outside but raw in the middle? Tips?

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  • Great recipe! Easy to make

    Submitted by AngeMc on 1. February 2014 - 16:53.

    Great recipe! Easy to make and Yum!

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  • Delicious love them! Thanks!

    Submitted by Hermies Place on 25. July 2013 - 20:40.

    Delicious love them! Thanks!

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  • Delicious. I used 1/2 maple

    Submitted by JoMo4 on 13. July 2013 - 16:12.

    Delicious. I used 1/2 maple syrup and 1/2 rapadura with spelt flour. My kids don't usually like pumpkin scones all that much but the maple syrup brought them round  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Love at first bite!

    Submitted by Leanne Sloss on 29. May 2013 - 23:09.

    Love at first bite! Love

    Leanne Sloss @thekitchensoulmate

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