They’re healthy, contain a vegetable and decadent with jam and cream:
They are Pumpkin Scones.
For Americans, do you call them Pumpkin biscuits?
The following is not my usual recipe.
But it is a great way to gain some of the benefits of eating pumpkin, particularly if you don’t like it or have children who dislike it.
Pumpkin is a great source of potassium and beta-carotene, which is a carotenoid that converts to vitamin A. It also contains some minerals including calcium and magnesium, as well as vitamins E, C and some B vitamins.https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/health-benefits-pumpkin
The following recipe comes from a controversial figure – a wife of a highly conservative politician, known for Electoral Gerrymander, who became a conservative Federal Senator herself, Lady Flo Bjelke-Petersen. The recipe is good, but I do prefer my recipe for Pumpkin Scones.
She could make a good pumpkin scone apparently, but the higher oven temperature on the following recipe, is way too high and will result in burnt scones. I would err on the lower recommended temperture rather than the highest.
Tip: I also pat a little milk on the top of each scone so that they brown up nicely. There is nothing worse than a pallid scone – it looks uncooked.
Here is a link to my usual scone/biscuit recipe:
Something nice for morning tea whilst we are cooped up.