Quite a few apologies around below mainly because I haven’t created you a scone recipe since 2014. Yet another apology is owing to the reality that we’re now mid-way through September and this just transpires to be my first pumpkin recipe of the time. SAYYYY WHAAAA?

Normally I start submitting pumpkin recipes in late August or early September, but around the earlier couple of several years pumpkin fad has been a minimal insane in the grocery retail outlet so I determined to maintain off. Sorry, but I do not want pumpkin pringles, pumpkin frosting, pumpkin espresso creamer or pumpkin spice infused hair products.

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Wanna know what I do crave in the fall though? The common stuff. A slice of selfmade warm spiced pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, fluffy pumpkin cheesecake with a gingersnap crust or if I’m lucky, pumpkin butter (typically from trader joe’s) slathered on my toast in the early morning. And now: these VEGAN maple pecan pumpkin oatmeal scones with a minimal pecan butter glaze.

So get ready for a cozy 7 days in advance, with pumpkin scones and a major cup of coffee. We’re prepared to get started fall the right way (without the need of the strange pumpkin pringles).

These scones ended up built from some entertaining experimenting in the kitchen. If you’ve by no means made scones before, then get completely ready because they are less difficult than you think.

To make the base of these scones, I applied complete wheat pastry flour and Coach’s Oats mainly because I realized I needed to make these with whole grains so that they’d be ideal for breakfast.

If you haven’t read of Coach’s Oats prior to, then it is your lucky day since these oats are INSANELY Superior. I despise to call them oats because technically they are groats. Groats are an oat kernel with the hull taken out.

Coach’s Oats are specifically geared up by toasting the groats to deliver out the organic sugars to the surface of the oat, then cracked into smaller items. This patented Cracked n’ Toasted™ approach means that Coach’s Oats are under no circumstances mushy, always the natural way delectable and cook in just 3 to 5 minutes on a stove top or in the microwave. You can read more about the variance in their oats appropriate right here.

vegan pumpkin oatmeal scones next to a bag of oats and cup of coffee

These scones are also the natural way sweetened with maple syrup and a hint of molasses (believe in me it will make an remarkable variation).

Just after the scones bake, they are topped with a pecan butter glaze (only if you’d like). I think they’re excellent for snacking, slathering with pumpkin butter, baking up for a brunch or experiencing with a big cup of coffee on the weekend.

vegan pumpkin oatmeal scones topped with pecans

I hope you enjoy these hearty, fluffy pumpkin oatmeal scones. If you make them, be confident to enable me know by leaving a remark under, or tagging #ambitiouskitchen on Instagram! 

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