136 Reviews

delicious! i doubled the cinnamon and didn't use the nutmeg. i also only used the spiced glaze.

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erinn in tbay May 26, 2010

I would give it a four, but I didn't complete the recipe as planned- so because I feel it would be better if I did it the *right way. As a last minute school project, I used what I had on hand in my barely usable kitchen-in-remodel phase. I could only find my 1 cup food processor to cut the butter in bit by bit. My sugar had hardened and i ran out on the last batch. I used a premixed pumpkin pie spice (1 1/2 tsp)instead of the spices called for. I only had enough butter to put 5 tablespoons in each batch. I made 3 batches. I made about 12 scones out of each batch, and cooked them at 425 for 14 minutes on my stoneware. It had a slight baking powder aftertaste, I thought, but my 15 yo disagreed. Also, I didn't have any half and half, so I used International Delights French vanilla creamer. It came out mildly sweet (did not do an icing) with a mild pumpkin pie flavor, with the look of a buttermilk drop biscuit (i didn't care o roll or shape) and a slightly heavier density. My 15 yo daughter, who is usually very picky, liked this pretty well- she would give it a 4 star also (but I bet if I had the proper ingredients and equipment we would have given it 5 so I am rating it as 5. )

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Fawnzie May 18, 2010

These scones are delicious and taste just like the ones from Starbucks.

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Big Sky Chick March 27, 2010

I've made them twice now, and they are so easy and delicious! (I only do the one plain icing, and it's plenty!) Thank you!

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slkientzler March 14, 2010

These are great. I normally make a cream scone but I didn't want to go to the store to get cream and I had all the ingredients to make these. They are awesome! I will definitely be making these again.

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Little Suzy Homemaker March 08, 2010

starbucks is 20 minutes away and about 20 dollars too much.. this recipe is a keeper.. i have made it twice now.. it is awesome

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cindyo February 18, 2010

Unbelievable, I made these vegan and they are fab!

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PETERMAN101 February 10, 2010

These were great! I had never made scones before but will be making these again. I think next time I'll put more cinnamon in the spiced glaze to darken the color. Also I only ended up using about half of the glaze in both batches.

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run for your life February 06, 2010

EXCELLENT! This was my first try at scones and I mixed it in the food processor. Turned out very tender and delicious!! I didn't even have time to make the spice glaze as the boys were so anxious to try them! GREAT recipe! Thanks!

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Aurora February 02, 2010

Cake like scones that have such a delicious almost homey flavor. Thank you!

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KellyMac6 January 25, 2010
TSR Version of Starbucks Pumpkin Scones by Todd Wilbur