Scones are amazing just as they are, but what if the dough was cooked in a waffle iron? The results are certain to surprise and delight you. The bonus part? Your kitchen will smell like a pumpkin spiced candle for the remainder of the day.
This is a great recipe to make in batches for the freezer. You can warm a couple up for a quick breakfast or snack. Freezing instructions are on the recipe card below.
Make Gluten-Free Pumpkin Scone Waffles
The flour can easily be swapped out with gluten-free flour. We recommend the Measure for Measure gluten-free flour by King Arthur flour.
Episode 4 — #TheWaffleProject
Join Jessica and her special guest as they cook this recipe for you. Episodes of #TheWaffleProject are filmed LIVE via Facebook every Wednesday night @ 7 PM in Jessica’s Kitchen. Follow them on Facebook and sign up at The Waffle Project for the latest videos + bonus content.
What To Do with Leftover Pumpkin Puree
Or do as Alicia suggested in the video . . . stir it into dry dog food for your fur baby!
Featured Guest in Video
My friend, Alicia, joins me for Episode 4 of The Waffle Project. Not only is she an amazing cook, she’s an incredible mother of 2, and she has her own podcast — Alicia Unleashed! Women like her are fun to be around, and leave me feeling all the more inspired. I encourage you to check out her podcast via GoodMorningGloucester.com and follow her on Facebook.