Fall mornings call for two-bite mini pumpkin scones. Coated with a spiced glaze, these little treats are good to eat for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
Pumpkin spice everything, please. Yes, I’m one of those girls. It’s fall and I want fall flavors, which is precisely why I made these two-bite mini pumpkin scones. They are just what I need for breakfast or a mid-afternoon snack.
Two-bite scones have been my favorite thing to bake recently (mostly because I love a grab-and-go breakfast). All the joy of a scone in two bites—that’s what I’m talking about.
With leaves beginning to turn colors I didn’t hesitate a minute to jump on the pumpkin spice train. I’ve been eagerly waiting to make mini pumpkin scones since my last two-bite scone recipe. Well, the time has arrived.
I pulled out all the fall spices from the cabinet and lined them up next to a can of pumpkin purée, which reminds me of another reason I love to make scones. They require no mixer! Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet ingredients in another and then combine the two. Easy, peasy.
The most brain power you’ll need for this recipe is cutting up the scones into the correct proportions. So follow the instructions carefully. Or you can just watch this recipe video I made for you 🙂
And not only are they easy to make, but the flavor encompasses fall. Cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, ground cloves make up the spices, and then the pumpkin purée brings that warm autumn hue.
And just to make sure there is enough pumpkin spice goodness in the two-bites, top off these mini pumpkin scones with a spiced icing. After all, icing on scones is equivalent to frosting on cupcakes, right?
Plus, it makes them look extra pretty!
Be prepared to share too. You get a lot of scones from this little recipe! Sixty four to be exact. That is, if you take the option to cut the scones again once they’re out of the oven.
If you prefer to have 32 scones, then you can serve the scones as is when they are baked. That is completely up to you and what you consider the size of two bites to be!
Either way, you will enjoy these mini pumpkin scones and so will your friends!
Recipe adapted from Damn Delicious.