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This wasn't exactly what I was looking for but the scones still turned out great. I will definitely be making these again as this recipe is easy enough to alter. I can't get vegan margarine here unfortunately but vegetable oil worked fine. Thank you for helping to expand my vegan baking repertoire.

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penga January 25, 2009

I am not a Vegan, but the recipe looked tasty so I gave it a shot. It was very moist, but didn't have the greatest flavor. I was a little dissapointed. Maybe with some more sugar? Not sure if I will make this again, but thank you for posting.

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Bittersweetened April 23, 2008

I love this recipe as a base for experimentation (adding dried currants or chocolate chips or orange zest). Today I made it as directed, with the addition of a tablespoon of freshly grated ginger to give it a spring-time kick. Also, I find using half all-purpose flour, half bread flour makes these puff up a bit more. Thanks for sharing! These are a Sunday breakfast favorite in our home.

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Vegan Courtney April 20, 2008

These were excellent! I love the amount of pumpkin that goes into this recipe this is a real "pumpkiny" scone, not a sugary masking of that fabulous Fall time flavor!! I spiced the recipe slightly differently...2 teaspoons ginger, 1 of nutmeg and an eyeballed shake of cinnamon and all-spice. I added a cup of plump cranberries also, because I had a longing for a Autumnal orange and purple treat. :) These baked up so fluffy and moist...great fresh from the oven and still wonderful as leftovers...my Husband likes them toasted too (I keep them in the freezer and he pulls out 1 when the mood strikes) Great recipe, I can get a taste of Autumn year round with these- Thanks fallenrunner!!

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free-free October 11, 2007

I was getting ready to post a similar recipe...I modified this recipe this morning, and the results were great! I doubled the recipe, and used a whole large can of pumpkin puree (3 3/4 cup), 1 cup + 2 tbsp Earth Balance, and 4 tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice. I also used 1 1/2 cups of brown sugar instead of white sugar. I topped these off with a glaze made from powdered brown sugar, EB, and maple syrup...they were a hit!

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Making Stuff September 26, 2007

These were okay...seemed a bit dry and flavorless though. Maybe it needs more spices?

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~DiZzY~ February 20, 2007

These are really good! I used pumpkin pie spice to give them that flavor and I made 16 scones which I thought was the perfect size! Thanks!

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SweetySJD February 11, 2007

I would have never guessed it was vegan had I not made it. Even the leftovers were very tastey. These are a new breakfast favorite in our house. I did sub out real butter for the margarine once, since I didn't have any (we're obviously not vegan). They still turned out perfect.

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Actressdancer November 29, 2006
Vegan Pumpkin Scones