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These were very good. Wonderful flavor but they were a little tougher than I like in a scone. I may have had something to do with that, but I think they ended up having just a bit to much liquid in the recipe.
Overall, these were pretty good. Mine took a long time to cook and ended up pretty dense, but definitely still taste good.
I only made the scone and they turned out pretty tasty but I had a couple problems and am not sure why. The dough wasn't moist at all and I added more milk. Then I ended up doubling the cook time. I think I had more pumpkin leftover than the 1/2 cup so maybe that was part of the cooking time problem. All in all though they still turned out tasty.
This is my favorite new scone recipe! I skipped the cranberry butter and just used some Brummel & Brown. Very good! Not super sweet, but flavorful and moist. Making today for a gift. Thanks!
Just lovely. These have nice flavor and a great soft texture. Like another reviewer I added some cream cheese to the cranberry butter mixture. Thanks for posting!
Oh I think I've died and gone to heaven!!! These scones (and the cranberry butter) are to die for (though the scones by themselves are wonderful)! Sure hope there's some left when DH gets home! I make scones at least once a week ... these are going into my absolute favorites!!!
These are sooo good! Yummy and simple to prepare. What's better then that!
These scones were delightful! I mean, I LOVED them! I had some leftover butternut that I used instead of pumpkin (hey, a squash is a squash, right?), and the only other real change I made was to use 4 oz. of light cream cheese for the cranberry "butter" and it was great! Will definitely make again. Thanks.
I was so glad to find this recipe here. My MOPS steering team had baby shower with a tea party theme this weekend for one of our other steering team members, and these where a hit! Everyone loved the scones, but the cranberry butter was the big winner. People were speading the butter on crakers as well as the scones. The sweet cranberry butter could be used for so many things, even toast or muffins.
Good recipe blending favorite fall flavors. Even though I had a mishap while reading the recipe (I used a whole 15oz can pumpkin!) they still turned out good. Instead of cutting scones, I used a cookie scoop and scooped the dough into a muffin tin, so I ended up with "mini bites". Yum- thanks for posting!