Amazing Pumpkin Scones With Pumpkin Spice Icing

THIS IS WHAT YOU DO WITH PUMPKIN PUREE   As soon as October hits all we see is pumpkin this, that and everything else in our social media feeds. Well I’m sharing with you these moist Pumpkin Scones because you WILL Love them, especially if you are a Fall pumpkin fanatic like I am. I heard Starbucks has a pretty amazing pumpkin scone and judging by the amount of people who loved my Starbucks-like lemon loaf you can trust me that this pumpkin scone is just as amazing. I know I’m tooting my horn but they are that good. Growing up in the UK we had scones (also known as tea biscuits) quite often because they are so easy to make and you can flavour them with just about anything you like. My mum made scones at least once a week and the basic scone recipe is probably one of the first she ever taught me. While out with a colleague at a local coffee shop that sells top of the line bakery items I purchased a coffee and one of their pumpkin scones. I truly was in another place when I was eating that pumpkin scone and I knew […]

Scones with blackberry apple jam and whipped cream

INDULGE WITH THIS SIMPLE TREAT   Scones are one of my favourite treats and something my mum always had baking in the oven just about every week when I was growing up. Today is Mothering Sunday or what you call Mother’s Day here in Canada. My mum has already had her day at the end of April back home in the UK. I keep saying to my husband I should get two Mother’s Day celebrations but he just laughs at me. That’s fine, I don’t need a special day to know my family loves me.   Scones   Today I am going to share with you my mum’s fluffy scones recipe. I loved these English scones as a kid although we would always have to wait until they cooled before eating them with homemade jam. She would make individual scones or a big round scone that could be sliced into big triangles. It was a big bake that day if she was making scones it meant that somebody was visiting and she would be making pancakes and shortbread too. Needless to say I learned lots about baking from my mum because I was always willing to help her out in […]

%d bloggers like this: