11/7/2020 0 Comments
Gluten-free pumpkin scones
These soft and tender Gluten-Free Pumpkin Scones are vegan, allergy-free, perfectly spiced with fall flavors, lightly topped with icing, and a maple pumpkin spice drizzle! These easy homemade scones are a healthy Starbucks copycat recipe that’s packed with real pumpkin and perfect for breakfast or dessert right at home!
I’ve never been a scone woman, but when it reaches to pumpkin season, any baked good with the orange quash gets my seal of recommendation. For all the pumpkin lovers out there, I bet you’ve had (or at least have read) about Starbucks famous pumpkin scones. Since they’re not gluten-free, vegan, or allergy-friendly in the meagerest, we might as well take the reputation of the Starbucks pumpkin scone and make it homemade, free-from, and healthier so we can all enjoy a bite of this autumn breakfast treat!
Ingredients for perfect pumpkin scones
Scones always seem intimidating, but after making this recipe, I think you’ll feel like me and find them super easy to make and a go-to for your breakfast repertoire!
gluten-free scone dough:
Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour
Brown Rice Flour
Light Brown Sugar Sweetener
Cinnamon, Ginger, Nutmeg, Cloves (or Pumpkin Pie Spice)
Maple or Vanilla Extract
Pure Pumpkin Puree
Powdered Sugar Sweetener
Unsweetened Non-Dairy Milk
the pumpkin drizzle:
mixing & shaping the scone doughThis seems to be the most intimidating part, but it’s actually super simple and easy!
icing & drizzling the sconesThis is the fun and (most “difficult”) part! It’s not too difficult, once you get your “drizzle flow” on, it becomes super quick and easy!
baking tips & tricks
storage and freezingIt’s best to serve your scones right after baking them, warm from the oven with a simple icing and drizzle. However, to store baked scones, keep them in an airtight container at room temperature, like any muffin, for 2-3 days. You can keep them in the fridge too, but bring them to room temperature before serving. To freeze the scones, bake and store in a Ziplock bag for 4-6 months. Thaw in the fridge before icing them and warming to serve.
perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dessertNo need to travel to Starbucks for your scone and coffee now! A perfect slow and cozy autumn weekend baking project that you can enjoy with the family for a late breakfast or brunch, even dessert! These pumpkin scones are:
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