Breakfast Pumpkin Scones with Spiced Glaze

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Breakfast Pumpkin Scones are sweet, glazed buttery tasting like a biscuit. Perfect with tea and coffee or just like they are with jam and butter. In this post you will find many tips on how to make the perfect scones tender and delicious. They will be bursting with the taste of fall spice and whether you love them plain, with butter or glazed you will find all the suggestions you need to create the perfect Pumpkin Scone this fall! Scroll down and see the step by step instructions and enjoy these lovely buttery scones.


this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.






Comfort Food



My opinion on scones is a buttery biscuit or quick bread that is far above any other type of breakfast treat to eat.


I love them with fruits baked in or a fall pumpkin spiced flavor like this one.


It's a comfort food I love especially on the go when leaving for work.



this is a recipe for how to make pumpkin breakfast scones with a spiced glazed frosting



Do You Love Pumpkin Season?



These Pumpkin Scones are moist, tender and perfectly glazed!


The turning pretty leaves and colors, cool fresh air, brings the best out in baking pumpkin recipes.


This is one recipe good anytime of the year, but shouts Fall all the way while baking and the smell of fresh cinnamon fills the house with homemade warmth and goodness!




this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.




Soft Pumpkin Batter



These pumpkin scones are the best.


We just love them.


We add lots of pumpkin and fall spices to the dough and they have not one, but three options for toppings.


One is a simple white glaze and the other, powdered sugar or a pumpkin spice glaze that gets drizzled on top.



this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.



Suggestions



If you aren't big on sugar and sweet breakfast treats, leave them plain and just add a little butter spread on top.


These will warm you up in the morning and goes great with an afternoon tea.


The scones are great buttered or with jam also, we love apple jelly!


The kids love them sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar and not glazed.



this is a recipe for how to make pumpkin scones from scratch with two sugar pie pumpkins in the background. These pumpkin scones have a spiced powdered sugar glaze on top.



Tips



The trick to making the best scones is cold butter.


If the butter isn’t cold, you’re done before you even get started.


It’s the cold bits of butter in scones that makes them tender.


For the lightest scones, opt for using pastry flour instead of all-purpose flour.


Overworking the dough will lead to scones that are tough and chewy, rather than light and flaky.


The key is to use a light hand and work the dough until it just comes together.


Cut the scone dough into wedges, place them on a baking sheet, and keep them in the fridge while the oven preheats.


Make sure to use a very sharp knife for cutting



this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.



Pumpkin Everything



We love pumpkin everything, you will find below many of our favorite recipes if you're a big pumpkin fan like we are.


This Breakfast Pumpkin Scones with Spiced Glaze is one we love to kick off the fall with during the pumpkin season.


Scones really are best when they are fresh and warm from the oven and not made ahead of time.


You can make these scones all year long by freezing pumpkin purée in measured portions.


I have tried this scone recipe with canned pumpkin, which makes a good substitute.



this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.




Try Some Of My Other Pumpkin Favorites!




Pumpkin Pistachio Biscotti
Pumpkin Whip Dip Recipe
Glazed Pumpkin Spiced Breakfast Scones
Pumpkin Spice  Rum Cookies
Pumpkin Mini Turnovers
Baked Mini Pumpkin Donuts
French Pumpkin Mini Muffin Puffs
 Italian Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin Smoothie




this is a recipe for how to make pumpkin scones from scratch with two sugar pie pumpkins in the background. These pumpkin scones have a spiced powdered sugar glaze on top.



More Recipes with Pumpkin!




Pumpkin Cake Mix Cookies
Pumpkin Soup
Tex Mex Pumpkin Corn Muffins
Pumpkin  and Sausage Bow Tie Pasta
Pumpkin Rum Shortcake with Caramel
Pumpkin Drop Cookies
Pumpkin Bread Pudding
Crockpot Pumpkin Spiced Latte
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
Amaretto Pumpkin Cheesecake
Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars
Roasted Pumpkin Puree




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this is a recipe for how to make pumpkin scones from scratch with two sugar pie pumpkins in the background. These pumpkin scones have a spiced powdered sugar glaze on top.



During the Year



As I said before during the year you can enjoy these breakfast pumpkin scones if you just make the fresh pumpkin puree and freeze it.


I put the pumpkin puree in freezer bags with the measured 1/2 cup needed in the recipe, label them and viola, ready anytime all year long.


I really love scones and have made several kinds.


Blueberry Almond Scones are still favorites or my whole wheat blueberry scones.


I also love my cranberry orange recipe for scones.









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Yield: 15
this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.

Breakfast Pumpkin Scones with Spiced Glaze

prep time: 25 mins cook time: 15 mins total time: 40 mins
These are a homemade from scratch pumpkin baked scone with a delicious pumpkin spiced glaze on top

ingredients:

2 cups pastry flour or  all-purpose flour
7 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon fresh ground nutmeg or 1/2 teaspoon ground jar nutmeg
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
6 tablespoons cold butter
1/2 cup fresh homemade pumkin puree or canned pumpkin
3 Tablespoons heavy cream , half and half or milk
1 large egg

Plain Powdered Sugar Glaze :
1 cup powdered sugar
2 Tablespoons water

Spiced Powdered Sugar Glaze:
1 cup powdered sugar
2 Tablespoons water
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1/8 teaspoon ginger
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves

instructions:

Preheat oven to 425˚F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, so much easier and they won't stick.

Combine the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Use a pastry blender or flat beater bar for your  heavy duty mixer to cut in the butter until the mixture is crumbly in texture and resembles coarse cornmeal.

In a small bowl, stir together the pumpkin, cream add egg. Fold into the dry ingredients until just combined. Do not over mix.  Dough is heavy, slightly dry.
Loosely form the dough into oblong shape. Press down with floured hand into a 1-inch thick, as shown in picture.
Use a sharp knife to slice the dough to form 12 triangles.
Place each slice on prepared baking sheet and bake till browned on bottom and dry looking on top, around 12 to 15 minutes.
Let cool completely on wire rack, make glazes, alternating drying in between  brushed on glaze that's plain, then drizzle spiced one on top.
Sugar Glaze directions:
In a small bowl, mix sugar and water to flow easily to make a thick glaze.  Brush glaze over the top of each cooled scone. Let harden before proceeding to the spiced glaze directions.

Spiced Glaze Directions:
After the sugar glaze hardens, combine the spiced icing ingredients making this a little thicker to hold onto the top layer of glazed scone. Use a fork to drizzle over each scone dry before serving.
calories
179
fat (grams)
11
sat. fat (grams)
9
carbs (grams)
24
net carbs
9
protein (grams)
5
sugar (grams)
20
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this is how to make the perfect pumpkin scones with a spiced glaze icing on top. These breakfast scones are sitting on top of an orange napkin and there are two sugar pie pumpkins in the background getting ready to be baked to make puree with. These scones are all handmade cut and from scratch recipe.





Don't Miss Some of These other Pumpkin Recipes




Pumpkin Pie
Easy Pumpkin Cheese Pie
Best Ever Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream
Pumpkin Fritters
Baked Pumpkin Pecan Donuts



this is a recipe for how to make pumpkin breakfast scones with a spiced glazed frosting


31 comments

  1. I love all these spices. These scones are wonderful. Bye, have a good day

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  2. Scones are a real treat for breakfast! I like all the spices you put in them, sounds delicious!

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  3. Such awesome colour! I guess still plenty of pumpkins need to be finish up, right! hehe... Have a great day.
    Kristy

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  4. Claudia...everytime I come for a visit...so much more has taken place in that kitchen of yours. I could only wonder how you get everything done with your hectic schedule. Are you hiding some elves behind the scenes? LOL

    Great use of pumpkin...thanks ;0)

    Flavourful wishes,
    Claudia

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  5. YES! Scones! Love them but rarely eat them. I've got to try this recipe. It will be perfect for a Thanksgiving breakfast.

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  6. Claudia,
    These scones look great, wonderful recipe!

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  7. Yum! Love the glaze. Looks delish!!

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  8. I've never made scones. Perhaps I should give it a try.

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  9. It IS perfectly glazed. I could just eat that. =)

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  10. These look delicious, Claudia! I have to admit that scones are my baking nemesis though. I just can't get them right for some reason...? Maybe I need to watch someone make them. I always seem to beat the glutens too much, which is strange. I don't do that to anything else..?!

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  11. What a lovely treat for breakfast! You can't go wrong with pumpkin and all those aromatic warm spices!

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  12. Mmmmm scones!! These look beautiful!

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  13. I think maybe you should ship a box of these to everyone who comments so we can check them out and make sure they're as wonderful as they look :-) Kate @ kateiscooking

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  14. Wonderful scones, and I love the spices in your glaze, excellent!

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  15. these spices sound so much fun and now that pumpkins are FINALLY cheap (Hello November) I really look forward to cooking more pumpkin things.

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  16. You are the pumpkin queen! Such pretty little scones.

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  17. You are the queen of pumpkin recipes!

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  18. Wow, love the color...have never had a pumpkin scone, and with that glaze they must be delicious :)

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  19. I'm loving the pumpkin recipes out there but these look perfect with that glaze. Yummy!

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  20. Yum - these look delicious. I love pumpkin this time of year.

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  21. I LOVE pumpkin scones. Can't wait to try these!

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  22. Fall is such a great time of year. Spices, pumpkin and all the wonderful desserts and dishes you can make with them. I've only just gotten into scones because they don't have a lot of sugar. Nothing like walking into a house with the sent of these wonderful flavors.

    Regards,
    Patricia

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  23. What can I say? I love pumpkin, I love breakfast and I love scones! This is a beautiful recipe - love the spices and the glaze.

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  24. I lovea good scone anytime of the day...or night. These celebrate pumpkin. I love coming here - it's always new and exciting.

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  25. This is really a great idea for breakfast. My children love such sweet morn. I think they will be delighted with this recipe. I want to try it.

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  26. My next scones will be with pastry flour! Great tip!

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  27. Scones are so good! I don't make them near enough. I am still all about the pumpkin! These would be great on Thanksgiving morning!

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  28. I love pumpkin but never added them to scones yet. This sounds so wonderful. I can't wait to try. So easy too.

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  29. Your pumpkin scones sound wonderful -- and you make it with your won pumpkin!! That's wonderful. I've always wanted to make scones but I never have. They sound like they would be wonderful with coffee or tea. I'm putting them on my to do list.

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  30. I love pumpkin scones!! These sound way better than the ones from Starbucks!!

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