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Pumpkin Scones


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Ingredients

12 piece(s)

Pumpkin Scones

  • 40 g butter or oil
  • 70 g sugar
  • 260 g Mashed Pumpkin, about 1 cup
  • 270-290 g Self Raising Flour, more or less depending on dough moisture.
  • 1 egg
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Recipe's preparation

    Preheat oven to 200*.
  1. Cream butter and sugar 10 sec Speed 7.

  2. Add egg 5 sec Speed 5.

     

  3. Add pumpkin 5 sec Speed 5.

     

  4. Add flour. Knead 40 sec interval  speed.

  5. Roll out to 2 -3 cm thickness & use  floured spatula to cut into squares.  Glaze with milk if desired. Bake 10- 15 mins or til golden.

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Tip

Omit the butter for a dairy free option.


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  • Realy yummy. Everyone loves them, I put them in a...

    Submitted by Robyn Gail on 16. May 2019 - 15:25.

    Realy yummy. Everyone loves them, I put them in a muffin tray.

    Robyn martin

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  • I did put in the right amount of pumpkin but I...

    Submitted by mandigibs on 1. August 2018 - 10:49.

    I did put in the right amount of pumpkin but I didn't premash mine so maybe mine was too wet as the dough came out very wet, so I had to just dollop the mix onto the baking tray, which was easier than rolling and cutting dough anyway tmrc_emoticons.;) Had to bake for slightly longer due to the wetness, but they came out nice and moist which is great as nobody likes choking down a dry scone tmrc_emoticons.) Thank you, used up my leftover butternut to make these for the kids, they hate pumpkin but love these.

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  • Made these for my partner he

    Submitted by Neillie on 30. April 2016 - 11:26.

    Made these for my partner he said they tasted almost as good as his nan's!

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  • Really pleased. Accidently

    Submitted by Angee1513 on 14. September 2015 - 19:28.

    Really pleased.

    Accidently added 310g of GF flour, but had 270g of pumpkin puree. Also added 1TBsp of White Chia Seed in 2TBsp water into the mix too. They rose and tasted yummy and still moist!!! I am very pleased!!!

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  • Very nice flavour, but found

    Submitted by MrsQ on 20. June 2015 - 15:45.

    Very nice flavour, but found the mixture to be very wet and soft, even with the suggestion of extra flour. i couldn't cut out individual scones so I just plopped it on a tray and it baked as one giant scone. Lovely texture scone when baked. Thank you 

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  • Didn't think these would turn

    Submitted by lslike on 14. October 2014 - 17:57.

    Didn't think these would turn out as the mixture was quite sticky (more like a cake mixture) and hard to cut into scones. However was pleasently surprised to find lovely light scones at the end of the 13 minutes cooking time.  Will definitely make these again, maybe need to purchase a new spatula that's not quite so rough on the edge tmrc_emoticons.) Thanks for posting.  

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