воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Salted Caramel Butterscotch Pumpkin Scones

Salted Caramel Butterscotch Pumpkin Scones

Salted Caramel Butterscotch Pumpkin Scones

Those look delicious. I am going to have to challenge myself and make scones. I’ve never made them, I don’t know why. I guess it’s because there are always so many things to cook and bake scones never pop in my mind. I’ll definitely try your recipe. Thank you for sharing.

Yum, these scones look so delicious…..so do your other recipes…..gotta make these for sure…and forwarding this to my friend and my daughter who loves scones…..I love anything that has butterscotch in it ……

Yum, these sound so delicious! I love the butterscotch chips in there! And I think it’s great that you make pumpkin stuff year-round, if you love it, go for it! So excited for this time of year, and to make these!

You did not indicate what size of can is required for the pumpkin puree. I am finding two sizes, 15 ounces of 30 ounces. Could you please specify? Thank you.

Yes, it says cup… I am very tired at 10:49pm. I am sorry. Please feel free to delete.

Phew, I read your comment first and frantically started looking

Thanks, I hope you will like it!

OMG! Luyba!!!! It is Christine Mullen from Flagler Palm Coast High School! I can’t believe the odds that I found this soundingly AMAZING recipe and it is from you!!! I hope that you are doing well!! I wish you the very best! You look amazing; no change there!


This is awesome

Thank you so much!!

{Originally posted on The 36th Avenue.}

Scrumptious, warm pumpkin scones made with butterscotch chips inside and topped with gooey caramel and salt. Perfect combination of sweet and salty in one delicious pumpkin treat.

I don’t know about you but I’ve been craving pumpkin treats, since last fall, but now more than ever. I can hardly wait for fresh pumpkins to be available but I’m stocking up on some canned. I sure hope you are ready for all these pumpkin goodies coming your way.

Want to know a secret? I always make pumpkin stuff throughout the year. It’s not really a secret but more of a confession. I love pumpkin and I’ve loved cooking with pumpkin since I was a kid. Even though fall is the booming pumpkin season, I always save a few cans as well as some fresh pumpkin puree in the freezer to use throughout the year. Sometimes, we just crave something pumpkin, you know?!

This was my first pumpkin recipe of the season. (Well, the first posted recipe if the season.) I made them just a couple of days before my son’s birthday. We had a party for him this year, so my fridge was stocked to the top with food. Having so much food in the house already, I send most of the scones to work with my husband. He sent me a message about an hour after he got to work, telling me that the scones were gone and people were asking for more. I was a little surprised but it turned out to be one of the most popular treats I’ve ever sent them. (And I do send them a lot of treats.)


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