Monday, October 4, 2010

RECIPE: Pumpkin Scones with Ginger Molasses Glaze

I'm making a bunch of pumpkin flavored recipes over the next few weeks, because I love pumpkin.  This week I'm sharing a recipe for pumpkin scones.

Pumpkin Scones (adapted from Pinch My Salt)
2 cups flour
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
6 Tablespoons brown sugar
6 Tablespoons cold butter, cut into cubes
1/3 cup pumpkin puree
1/3 cup cold heavy whipping cream

TIP:  This recipe works best if you use a fork while mixing everything together.
In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, baking powder, salt, spices and brown sugar; whisk with fork until combined.  Using a fork, press the butter into the flour until it's crumbly.  

Add pumpkin and whipping cream to the bowl and stir with the fork until just combined, it should look like big clumps, do not overwork it.

Pour the mixture onto a lightly floured surface and use your hands to lightly form into a disc.  Fold 3 or 4 times and form into another disc.  Pat into a circle about 1" thick and about 10" across.  Cut into wedges and bake at 400 degrees F for 10-15 minutes until scones are golden and puffed.  

To make the Ginger Molasses Glaze:
1 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 Tablespoon molasses
2 Tablespoons milk

Mix everything in a bowl until smooth.  Add more milk 1/2 teaspoon at a time until desired consistency is reached.  Drizzle over cooled scones and serve!

These are so yummy-licious!  The ginger molasses glaze has a spicy bite and very nice contrast with the sweet pumpkin. 


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Mandy said...

I am so with you on this one Candi! I am craving the pumpkins in everything right now. I am going to break down and buy myself a pumpkin spiced latte today I think! Can you do a summary post of all your pumpkin recipes when you're all done? I'd love to have them all in one place to refer to and I'll post it on my blog and on my facebook page too. These look great by the way, will try them soon! Thanks for sharing!


Susie said...

That looks deliciously different!!

Melinda said...

These would make the perfect fall breakfast with a big mug of hot chocolate! Definitely got this one bookmarked!

Lisa said...

I love anything with pumpkin but I'm especially liking the idea of that ginger molasses glaze. Yum.

Anonymous said...

These scones sound great--Yum!

Unknown said...

These look heavenly...I am a self professed scone-aholic, lol! I just need one and a BIG mug of coffee :)


Jenna @ Newlyweds said...

Oh yum oh yum. A girl after my own pumpkin heart these look to die for!

Hope your surgery went well today, thinking of you!

Unknown said...

Yum! The glaze sounds delicious. I'm so glad it's pumpkin season again!

Sarah said...

Pumpkin Scones are on my baking list this week :) YUM

Jacqueline said...

I don't like pumpkin pie (textural problems I think) but I love pumpkin in things and I love homemade scones. These look so yummy and your glaze takes them up 10 notches. Can't wait to try them.

Unknown said...

I am waiting to start baking pumpkin recipes but this one is too tempting. What a beautiful cookie.

Thanks for linking to MMM.

elizabeth said...

My daughter and I were just talking about Starbucks pumpkin scones. I'm thinking I could make your entire recipe for the price of one of theirs!!! :)

Brenda said...

I love pumpkin too so I will be looking for your recipes! This one looks great!

a moderate life said...

Candi, THAT IS IT! now I am going to have to make some sweets! You meanie for making such beautiful scones that I want RIGHT NOW with a cup of tea! Oh, well, I guess i can bookmark them for thanksgiving time or even halloweenie when I have more pumpkins! Thanks for sharing on the hearth and soul hop this week! Alex@amoderatelife

Hunger and Thirst said...

Imho, one can never have too much pumpkin. Thanks for linking up with the Hearth and Soul hop.

Christy said...

I love the thought of these scones with a dark cup of coffee and snuggled up with a book. Yup, heaven. Thanks for linking this to the hearth and soul hop!

Sabrina said...

I've never tried to make scones before but these look great! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Hope you enjoy the soup!

Kirstin said...

YUM! I have a pumpkin scone recipe that I like making. I'm not a huge pumpkin fan, but these I love. They seem pretty similar to what you've shared.

Heather S-G said...

Oh, they sound wonderful...and I especially love the sound of that glaze! Thanks for linking up with the hearth and soul hop this week :D

Nikki (Coupon Cookin) said...

Yummy! I love scones but haven't learned how to make them correctly. Here's hoping I can have a little success with your recipe. Thanks for sharing.


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