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Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

No need to overpay for Starbucks scones anymore – these copycat scones are so easy to make and they’re a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

I’m so excited to be a part of Pampered Chef‘s Holiday Baking Bonanza campaign because I’ve been dying to make these copycat scones for months now! I actually make these pumpkin scones once a year around the holidays mainly because, well, if I make them all the time, I’m sure I’d eat the entire batch by myself which wouldn’t be the best thing to happen to me when it comes to skinny jeans. No, but really, these scones really put me in the holiday spirit and they taste a million times better than the Starbucks version!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!

With a crumbly, yet fluffy scone base and two kinds of glazes, these scones are completely irresistible. And as you can see from the step-by-step photos, they’re so easy to make too! Simply mix up your batter, which requires no kind of mixer at all, knead the dough out into a rectangle, cut into triangles and bake! See how easy that was? Then you spoon on that first glaze, drizzle on the second and eat! Now who wants to still buy those scones at Starbucks?

 Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe - These copycat scones are so easy to make and they're a million times tastier too!


Starbucks Pumpkin Scones Copycat Recipe

These copycat scones are so easy to make and they’re a million times tastier too!

25 minutes15 minutes


  • 2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar, packed
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into cubes
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract

For the glaze

  • 1 cup confectioners’ sugar
  • 2 tablespoons milk

For the spiced glaze

  • 1 cup confectioners’ sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • 2 tablespoons milk


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat; set aside.
  2. In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, cinnamon, baking powder, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, baking soda and salt. Add cold butter, using your fingers to work the butter into the dry ingredients until it resembles coarse crumbs.
  3. In a large glass measuring cup or another bowl, whisk together pumpkin puree, milk, egg and vanilla. Pour mixture over dry ingredients and stir using a rubber spatula until a soft dough forms.
  4. Working on a lightly floured surface, knead the dough 3-4 times until it comes together. Using a rolling pill, roll the dough into a 10- by 7-inch rectangle, about 1-inch thick. Using a large knife or a pizza cutter, cut the rectangle in half lengthwise, then cut into 2 even pieces crosswise, making four rectangles. Then cut each each rectangle into two triangles, making 8 triangles.
  5. Place scones onto prepared baking sheet. Place into oven and bake for 10-12 minutes, or until a tester inserted in the center comes out clean.
  6. To make the glaze, combine confectioners’ sugar and milk. Whisk until smooth. If the glaze is too thick, add more milk as needed; set aside. To make the spiced glaze, combine confectioners’ sugar, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg and milk. Whisk until smooth; set aside.
  7. When the scones are done, cool for 10 minutes and spoon the glaze on each scone before drizzling with spiced glaze.
  8. Allow glazes to set before serving.

Adapted from Inspired Taste.

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Servings Per Container 8

Amount Per Serving
Calories 392.7 Calories from Fat 117.9
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 13.1g 20%
Saturated Fat 7.7g 39%
Trans Fat 0.6g
Cholesterol 54.0mg 18%
Sodium 217.5mg 9%
Total Carbohydrate 64.2g 21%
Dietary Fiber 1.3g 5%
Sugars 40.5g
Protein 5.3g 11%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by The Pampered Chef. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. This recipe is spot on! They are truly delicious, not over spiced, and definite competition for the Starbucks pumpkin scone 😉 Thank-you!!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Turned out great. The dough was pretty wet, but after adding some flour while kneading it, the consistency got better.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    These are perfect! I thought the spices might be a bit overpowering, but the blend is perfect. Made mini scones instead and doubled the batch. One batch of glaze was enough. Dipping the scone tops in the plain icing works well. Just make sure you wait for it to set up before drizzling on the spice glaze. We didn’t – oops! 😀 But who cares?!? So delicious!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    These were wonderful! I had a little leftover cream cheese so I added about 2 oz to the dough and 2 oz to the glaze. They took longer to bake, but otherwise awesome!! My 13 oz yo son even gave me a kiss and said- ya done good mom!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    I made these with Kims gluten free all purpose blend and 2 TB coconut flour and 2 tsp of Baking powder.
    They came out light and fluffy. I only made the spiced glaze. I do not remember what Starbucks taste like but these were moist and fluffy and delicious.

  6. Rated 4 out of 5

    These are pretty good! I followed exactly. Thank you!

  7. Rated 3 out of 5

    I just made these scones and they looked pretty good. When I tasted them, I think I may have over mixed the dough because they had a weird texture. Not sure if it was me or the recipe. The icing is kind of boring. I may use a different icing recipe next time but overall, I’ll probably make these again. I have lots of siblings and they all wanted to taste them before I was finished. I’m sure they’ll be a crowd pleaser!

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is my first time making scones .OMG full of flavor a good recipe .. Only thing I did different is add pumpkin spice. My neighbor took 3 I will recommend to my family and friends..

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    These are a family and friend favourite! My coworkers, neighbours and kids LOVE them! I pat the dough instead of rolling and make 16 instead of 8. Frozen baked pumpkin from our Halloween carvings works great when blended into the liquids. The hardest part is my kids is hovering and waiting for them to cool enough to add the icing drizzle.

  10. Rated 3 out of 5

    These are tasty, but not scones. Wrong texture altogether, and not the flavor of Starbucks scones either. They’re like a triangular muffin?

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    I rarely write reviews but these scones are SO yummy! The first batch I made, I baked the scones right after mixing up the batter and they turned out pretty good. However, the second batch I made, I shaped the scone dough and then froze them for two days. They were even more amazing after letting the dough sit in the freezer for a couple days! The texture was perfect!

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amazing and easy to make! These were the first scones I ever made and I was surprised at how easy they were….. currently making my second batch. Thank you for sharing the recipe! 

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amazing recipe. Fairly easy to follow . Moderate for time but well worth every minute!!! Everyone Loved!!!

  14. Rated 3 out of 5

    I followed this recipe exactly as written and my scones are soft and crumbly.  Although the texture didn’t measure up the taste was very much like Starbucks. I’ll make some adjustments next time. 

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    I love Starbucks pumpkin scones and these are fantastic! I doubled the recipe and I plan to freeze some. I went just a tad easy on the ginger and cloves for my palate. I was so pleased and I’ll never buy them again.

  16. Rated 4 out of 5

    These are delicious. I appreciate how not overly sweet they are. I made about 1/4 of the icing because I find a thick coating of icing to be too much. A drizzle is just right. People have been complaining about how you can’t roll them out. For scones usually I just pat the dough into a circle and cut it into 1/8s. They are less uniform But still delicious. I also freeze the butter and grate it and while the oven is preheating I chill the pre-baked scones in the freezer. 

  17. This was easy and worked out really well.
    My daughter is hooked on the Starbucks scones but loved these even better as they are lighter and fluffier…yet have all the taste and satisfaction of the original.
    It’s a keeper!!

  18. Rated 5 out of 5

    As a former Starbucks employee, I can tell you these seriously stack up. I made these for my husband who LOVES the Starbucks pumpkin scones but kept getting told they were sold out. This recipe saved the day!! I made 16 scones from this recipe as I like to have a smaller portion for myself and our kids. Also… Super duper easy. Thanks for including the spice icing recipe! Nice touch.

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    Loved these! We added mini chocolate chips per my 3 & 5 year olds request and all 8 were finished my lunch time! Thank you!

  20. I love to bake and this recipe looks delicious! I have never attempted scones before, but since I love them, I would really like to try baking them on my own. I have two questions though. Could I freeze the scones after baking and icing them? Will they taste okay thawed? Also, could I add something like cinnamon chips/morsels without compromising the recipe? Thanks!

    • The Starbucks ones are often frozen for remote stores that can’t get pastries delivered daily. They freeze and thaw beautifully! You’d never know the difference!

    • It’s better to freeze the scones raw. Some people do this all the time – it helps the scones be flakier.
      When you are ready to bake, put the frozen scones in the preheated oven, and bake a munute or two longer than you would for non-frozen.

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    I still am claiming that I am NOT a cook…no creativity in the kitchen. But thought I would try these scones. Though my DH kept telling me that he didn’t really like scones, my sister and I carried on with the process. And now DH keeps begging for more. Damn Delicious is slowly turning me into a better cook. I keep trying recipes and keep having success. Amazing! My family thanks you 🙂

  22. Oh my! These are BEAUTIFUL scones!

    I am not usually a fan of scones because I’ve usually found them to be too dry. This recipe has the perfect spice blend that isn’t overpowering and prior to putting on the icing, I tried one and found them to be the perfect sweetness. With the icing, still not overbearingly sweet. I will admit that I added a bit more pumpkin, simply because I didn’t want to waste the bit of fresh pumpkin I had remaining. The only “issue” was that the dough was then a bit too wet (my fault, of course), but they still turned out perfectly, I just had to flour the dough a bit to make it workable and easy to cut into triangles.

  23. Made these and they are flavour bombs! Maybe use a bit more baking powder, but otherwise make the recipe as is.

  24. Do you use light brown or dark brown sugar?

  25. Hi, Chungah! I made this last night and had one this morning. The flavour is quite good, but the dough was really hard to work with, and the scones turned out wet without the glaze actually setting. I think I’ve figured out the issue though. I used handmade pumpkin puree. I bet that canned puree is a lot easier to work with. Perhaps I needed to strain it through a cheesecloth first! What are your thoughts?

    • That’s probably the reason. The canned puree just doesn’t have as much liquid as the homemade. Sorry this didn’t turn out! We hope you give it another go. This is another pumpkin scone recipe of ours that I have made myself many times and always turns out perfectly and is super easy as well (I use canned pumpkin). https://damndelicious.net/2017/10/31/pumpkin-spice-latte-scones/

      • Hi Jana! I decided to recycle the scones by chopping them up into bite-sized pieces and leaving them exposed to the air. Then I whisked together a cup of milk and an egg, threw it all into a small pan, and made it into bread pudding. The sugar and spices were already present, so it turned out rather well and nothing went to waste. I will definitely give this recipe another go, because the flavours were rather good.

        —the only thing I would change is the spicy icing. I will instead make a small amount of maple icing

  26. Hello! Please, could you give me the measurements in metrics?

  27. Love your blog! I’m not much of a baker, but love reading your recipes. Thought I would give your Starbucks copycat scones a try. Any way to make them
    with more low carb friendly ingredients? i.e.,
    swerve, Stevia, flour substitute? Thanks!

  28. Could you make these without rolling them out? For instance, could you use a cookie or ice scream scoop and make them like drop biscuits?

  29. Scones are traditionally hard as rocks. My grandmother taught me to never put my hands on the dough when making scones as the secret to making softer scones is keeping everything cold. If the butter becomes too soft, stick the dough in the freezer for a few minutes. I’m looking forward to making this recipe.

  30. My dough came out so wet, I couldn’t roll it or shape it or anything! Just kinda threw them on the tray and shaped it the best I could. What am I doing wrong? 

  31. Just made these today and they were so delicious! Mine didn’t come out with a scone texture though, more of a muffin almost. I’m curious, when measuring your flour did you use a spoon to spoon it into the measuring cup or did you scoop and level it? Either way it was tasty! Just want to perfect the texture!

  32. These are so moist and delicious. I’ve made them three times already. My drizzle is not pretty, but nobody has complained yet. I will definitely buy a squeeze bottle before I make these again.

  33. Hello
    My dough was a bit moist when I went to kned it. I used the exact measurements stated in the receipt. What do you think happened?

  34. This looks delicious! What would you recommend for a substitute for the butter since I can’t eat dairy? I’ll use vanilla almond milk as a substitute for the milk. Thank you!

  35. Just made these with home grown pumpkin, DELISH!!! How do you recommend storing leftovers? These will be for my husbands on the go breakfast for the week! Thank you in advance for the advice!

  36. YES!!! Pumpkin scones! Starbucks discontinued them or ran out or something. And I have CRAVED them. This recipe looks fabulous! Thank you!

  37. Really good, but my came out more cakey than sconey. What might I have done wrong?

  38. I have pumpkin pie spice, how much of that would you use instead of the individual spices? I can’t wait to try out this recipe!

  39. How would these do on aluminum foil or just a baking sheet sprayed with baking spray? I don’t have parchment paper or a silicone baking sheet

  40. I finally made these after having pinned them long ago, and I can’t believe I waited! They were amazing! And so much better than Starbucks! Even my husband liked them, even though he was adamant that he doesn’t like scones. They’re so much more moist than any scone I’ve ever had. The one downside to that was that I was planning to deliver them to friends the next morning and by then the glaze had nearly melted off (and they were just plain ugly), but the ladies at my bible study still enjoyed them thoroughly!
    I linked back to your recipe here: http://stanwoodtoseoul.blogspot.kr/2015/12/new-community.html
    Thanks for a great recipe!

  41. These scones look fantastic! Wondering if I might be able to create a gluten free version for my daughter who has celiac disease.

  42. I made these today for a potluck at work. They were a hit! The only thing i don’t like is the cloves in the icing. i would leave that out next time. My husband didn’t think it was a big deal, but I guess I’m just not a clove lover.
    But they were delicious and beautiful! Thanks for the recipe!

  43. I followed the recipe carefully; however, my dough was sticky to the point that I couldn’t handle it with my hands, let alone roll it. I had to resort to adding more flour to be able to work with it but unfortunately this came at the cost of altering the flavour of the scones. I ended up throwing the scones and left over dough into the trash which was a shame as I hate wasting ingredients. I know others have commented that they have had similar experiences – I have no idea what I did differently that would cause them to turn out the way they did.

    • Madison, can you share what kind of pumpkin puree was used here? I have found that different brands of pumpkin can be more watery than others.

  44. I had these at a friend’s party today and they blew me away! She told me this was the recipe she used and I immediately jumped on Pinterest to find it! I am a little concerned that I may eat them all if I make them myself so I was pleased to see the suggestion to make 12 instead of 8 under the nutritional information box.
    I just wanted to point out that you will save an amazing 130.9 calories per serving by changing the servings from 8 to 12, not a mere 12 as indicated below. It’s probably just a typo, but I thought you might want to fix it :).

    “Save yourself nearly 90 calories by making this version instead of picking one up at Starbucks (you’ll also avoid the inevitable temptation to add a super sweet beverage to your order by not entering the store!). And when you make these yourself, you can control the size so instead of 8, make 12! If you do, you’ll shave off another 12 calories per serving.”

  45. Found this recipe (a little late but better than never!). The scones taste exactly the same – so good – but I had problems with the glaze. It seemed so easy but didn’t taste quite right, and definitely didn’t harder the way a Starbucks scone does. I am still looking to improve that part, but hey – worst case scenario, I just leave it off!

  46. Can I replace the butter with coconut oil?

    • You can certainly try substituting coconut oil but without further recipe testing, I cannot speak for how much this will change the overall taste/texture of the dish. It is always best to use the ingredients listed in the recipe to obtain the best results possible.

  47. These are sooo good! I made them with my girl this morning 🙂 Thanks!

  48. Loved the recipe so much I decided to make it vegan. Check it out http://labellepatel.com/2014/11/20/vegan-pumpkin-spiced-scones/

  49. I love the scones so much I couldnt get enough of them … my team mates loved them too… I cant wait until I make another one of theses recipes

  50. It was a mess when it came to kneading it on the lightly floured surface. I had to keep adding flour, but first I had to keep rinsing off my hands to get the sticky dough off. Then I tried to roll it out but it kept sticking to the rolling pin. I must have added at least another half cup of flour to this “lightly floured” surface and it really didn’t seem to help. I finally abandoned the rolling pin and pressed the dough out into a rectangle with my hands. When I used the pizza cutter the dough stuck to that too. I had to use a combo pizza cutter/spatula to get the triangles onto the parchment lined cookie sheet. These have had to be the most deformed scones I’ve ever dealt with. Even though these scones are really ugly, they do taste pretty good. Nice glaze. Best tip I can offer is to have an extra person or 2 to assist with the preparation, so they can keep adding flour to the surface while the other person or 2 is kneading and rolling the dough. This is not a good recipe for only one person to prepare. Unless you don’t mind ugly deformed scones!

    • I’m so sorry it was so difficult for you, but something may have gone wrong because these scones are meant to be super easy!

  51. Well, I guess it’s just me, but what a disaster!! Maybe I had extra watery pumpkin puree, but I had to add another whole cup of flour, and that still wasn’t enough to make it all come together. I ended up just dumping dough on the pan. Cooking now and hoping for the best…while I clean up sticky dough from my counter 🙁

    • Deanna, that should definitely not be happening. Did you follow the recipe exactly as is without any substitutions? And what kind of pumpkin puree did you use?

      • The same thing happened to me! Added lots of extra flour, but still really sticky! They came out of the oven baked just fine, but I’m not sure why they were so watery. I just used a regular can of pumpkin, generic brand. It didn’t seem watery to me at first, but I’ve never used pumpkin puree before. Is it supposed to be pretty thick?

  52. Made these and they turned out AMAZING! Thank you for the recipe!

  53. I just tried these. Its an amazing recipe, didn’t have to change any of the amounts of the ingredients. I haven’t even tried to pumpkin scones at Starbucks, but I am sure they can’t beat this recipe! So delicious, fluffy, but also rich. Also, the glaze does amazing things!!! The spices really come out perfectly in this whole thing!

  54. I used buttermilk, used 1 cup of wheat flour and upped the pumpkin content, 1/2 cup didn’t seem like very much and what else is one to do with all the extra pumpkin? Consequently I had to use a lot of extra flour in the kneading/rolling stage. This also probably resulted in my scone being a bit more cake like that I prefer but nonetheless I was satisfied with the outcome. I will probably make these again this fall.

  55. I just made these. I used a spoonful more pumpkin and needed about 5 Tbs. of milk, but that’s no doubt because of the moisture content of flour varying. Excellent!

  56. Just made these to surprise my kids for breakfast on our ‘pumpkin day’ – they are SO delicious!! Thanks for the recipe!!!

  57. Wow, I just cooked these scones, it’s fabulous! Thanks for this recipe 🙂 hi from Russia :))))

  58. Thank you for the recipe – the scones are really good! I had too much of the spiced glaze, so I used it to sweet my coffee, and still had much to much – so I had to make a second batch 🙂
    PS: The recipe works great with “real pumpkin purree” (unfortunately I can’t get canned pumpkin in Austria)

  59. I just made these. They are unREAL. Thank you!

  60. This is my favorite Starbucks scone!! They look easy enough to make. Thanks for this great recipe!

  61. These scones turned out great! I made them into circles. The glazes are very necessary to get that sweet, perfect bite. Next time I’ll add more spices to the dough. Unless a day-old scone has more flavor. Also: I veganized it using 2 ‘flax eggs,’ non-dairy butter, and almond milk.
    Thanks for the recipe. Cheers*

  62. These look amazing. Do you think they would freeze well?

    • Unfortunately, I cannot answer this with certainty as I have never tried freezing this myself – there were no leftovers left to freeze! I recommend using your best judgment for freezing and reheating.

    • They freeze perfect I have literally taken a ball of this dough and wrapped in a plastic bag. Left to thaw a few hours and its perfect. I have made these over again and I think they are my favorite desert by far. I think people run into problems because they don’t know that when measuring flour you need to measure it loosely …spoon flour into measuring cup and don’t pack it in.

  63. Came across the recipe last week and my second batch is in the oven now – my roommate and I demolished the first batch within a few days (this despite the fact that said roommate detests cloves… they were that good). The dough was a little bit dry, so I moistened it with a splash of caramel Bailey’s and it turned out amazingly. I bet these would taste good with a caramel drizzle, too!

  64. I just made these this morning and I have to say that they are scrumptious! I followed the recipe exactly and they turned out perfect. Thank you for the delicious recipe!

  65. Hi!

    Just found this today. I have tons of beautiful pumpkins in the garden this year: do you think this would work with real pumpkin purée instead of canned? Love to have your opinion! Thanks!

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  67. Hi Chung-Ah,

    I made these last night and the scone part was very good, easy to cook and came out perfect (although not as pumpkin tasting as Starbucks..will have to add more puree next time) I really liked them!

    But I followed the directions exactly for your frostings and it was runny (had to add more icing sugar) and I felt like the ginger was overpowering and I swear I only put the 1/4 teaspoon. I don’t feel like the Starbucks scone has any ginger taste…but luckily I like ginger so it was still yummy.

    I think next time I will put just a pinch of ginger in and see what happens!

    Thanks for the post!

  68. i used regular sugar do you think that would make a huge difference?

  69. i don’t think these taste like the starbucks ones maybe i did something wrong but I’ve been trying many diff recipes to find the ones starbucks makes.

  70. A juicer is on my wishlist.

  71. The pasta attachment for my KitchenAid mixer!

  72. I’m wishing for a nice stand mixer this year :+)

  73. I’d love a breadmaker for the holiday! Thanks for the great giveaway! — Laura @ Frugal Follies

  74. I want some cute moccasins

  75. A Kitchenaide mixer

  76. These look amazing! Plus I love pampered chef!

  77. These prizes, a spinbike,and a dutch oven are on my wishlist.

  78. On my Christmas list…. time with family. I don’t really NEED anything(s), but so looking forward to break from school/work to hand out and enjoy each other.

  79. These scones are now on my wishlist!

  80. I am thankful just for a chance to enter.

  81. I would love a “good” camera for Christmas.

  82. New baking items.

  83. I really want a new camera for Christmas….a girl can dream 🙂

  84. I would like an iPad for Christmas.

  85. I would like some boots please!

  86. On my Xmas wish list is new running gear and a new suitcase!

  87. World peace

  88. A new phone…I’m still using an iPhone 3G so it’s DEFINITELY time for a new one!

  89. a pizza pee

  90. A new pair of brown leather pumps, very hard to find a pair that is pretty but practical for wearing to work.

  91. A new job, but something more realistic is some fabulous kitchen tool.

  92. I’m Jewish, but if I had a list… A vitamix

  93. My wishlist includes colored yoga leggings and new flip flops!


  94. My holiday wish list includes a new mixer, new sheets &, of course, anything from Pampered Chef! 🙂

  95. I’m still hoping for that LeCreuset Dutch Oven

  96. A pair of brown boots

  97. Seriously, I want insulation for my attic! I dream big!!!

  98. I am looking forward to some new running and gardening gear.

  99. I wishing for a safe, happy and prosperous 2014! I love these scones, I’m posting my copycat Starbucks oat nut scones tomorrow … the copycat versions of Starbucks almost always turn out so much better than the originals, don’t they?

  100. I’d love to get a Vitamix blender.

  101. I really NEED new winter boots!

  102. I could totally go for some living room furniture if Santa can fit it down the chimney!


  103. I love pumpkin scones! (Or any scone really.) Would love to win the giveaway.

  104. I had a julienne peeler on my list, but this set off items would surely top it!

  105. I wish to spend this Christmas enjoying the holiday with my family. Not going crazy!! Thank you for the awesome recipes and this drawing!!

  106. For my Christmas Wish list, I wish that all my scattered children, grandchildren,and great-grandchildren could share Christmas together this year with me and my 87 year old father.

  107. Top of my christmas list is a bread machine & a Michael Kors watch!

  108. kindle paperwhite 3G is at the top of my Christmas list. 🙂

  109. i have a new waffle maker on my list!

  110. Magimix food processor…but I know it’s not going to happen!

  111. I’d like to spend time with the little ones in my family.

  112. i actually didn’t really have a christmas wish list but somehow my husband got something for me. suspicious.. 🙂 but i’ve been really wanting a mixer since i’ve been getting into baking more! happy holidays!

  113. My Christmas List includes a swirl of baking goods (silicone!), topped with a new food processor and VitaMix!

  114. New yoga clothes–will be working off all these yummy treats!!

  115. I am wishing for a new set of knives!

  116. The thing I want most this year is a plane ticket to Zurich, Switzerland. My daughter and her husband are moving there in a few days and I’d love to visit them.

  117. A new industrial Kitchenaid!

  118. Silhouette Cameo!

  119. A blender is on my wish list!

  120. Holy crap! These look AMAZING! Now, I may just have to veganize your recipe and see if they turn out even just a 1/10 of how beautiful and delicious yours look. 😀

  121. I love pumpkin scones, these are gorgeous!

  122. To be a healthier eater

  123. Beautiful scones! The glaze is so thick and luscious – just want to lick it right off my computer screen! 🙂

  124. more cookie scoops!

  125. A spare freezer is on my wishlist. Thanks for the giveaway!

  126. Included on my wish list is a 2nd slow cooker, this one should have digital controls.

  127. Lots of cooking supplies!

  128. I am wishing for a tablet

  129. A beautiful handmade brown leather purse by Willi Nilli.

  130. a job

  131. A KitchenAid stand mixer!

  132. I’d love a nice vacation!

  133. Those look SO GOOD! And the giveaway is exciting– I used to have one of those bowls, and it was fantastic… until it fell onto our tile floor. I definitely could use a new one:-)

  134. I just checked off my christmas list by purchasing a kitchenaid stand mixer on black friday! But any kind of baking equipment is always needed 😉

  135. I would adore an espresso machine!

  136. I want some cozy warm socks! It’s getting very cold here.

  137. This would be so great for my kitchen that is just getting started!

  138. I have a few cookbooks on my list this year.

  139. These scones look fantastic! Pinning!

  140. I’ve always wanted a cleaver — my (Chinese) parents and grandparents always used cleavers in their cooking. I also want a cookie ball scoop!

  141. Love Pampered Chef!

  142. Hoping Santa brings a dutch oven!

  143. An ipod, so I can listen to music while walking on the treadmill, a cupcaker scoop to scoop the center out so I can fill, and a Microplane Grater‑Zester

  144. A vitamix blender!

  145. Toaster…haha

  146. Made these delicious scones this morning. So very good. You can cut the recipe down for the pumpkin glaze..I had way too much leftover. I also added 3.4 cups of chocolate chips, mostly for hubb, but I think some chopped roasted pecans would be a great addition, So pretty, and such a ‘Christmas Morning’ breakfast item–or, of course, whenever you feel like a delicious pumpkin treat. Hubster was sooo impressed, and he rarely says much unless I quiz him ! We had them with hot cocoa with whipped cream, scrambled eggs and sausage patties. This should hold us until our lite chicken salad for dinner ! Yum! Never had Starbucks, but now, I don’t even have a desire to try them! Thanks so much for sharing!

  147. Cake pans and headphones!

  148. A tagine from Clay Coyote Pottery.

  149. A tablet device

  150. I would love a silicone baking mat.

  151. I would really, really, really love a new oven! Mine quit working a few years ago. I love everything Pampered Chef…that Holiday Bundle would be great to have!

  152. I would love to have a laptop computer, or IPad

  153. A Nikon camera

  154. New cookbooks!

    (I basically never go to Starbucks, so I wouldn’t have even recognized those scones as a Starbucks thing, but they look soooo good!)

  155. Love these and my daughter is addicted to those scones. A dozen of them and this recipe is going to be a Christmas gift!

  156. I would love to get a dslr, but I know that one is not in the cards. Some awesome cooking gear would be super fab though. Thanks for the great giveaway! 🙂

  157. I want a potato ricer!

  158. I’m hoping for a pair of gloves

  159. I’d love a portable blender for my dorm!

  160. I been anxiously waiting for these since I saw them on your Instagram. So lovely and can’t wait to try.

  161. I’d love to get a real camera (I know DSLRs are SO expensive) so I can take some nicer pictures for my blog.

  162. A Vitamix.

  163. A Garmin 620 running watch!

  164. a new winter coat!

  165. I’d love a membership to a rock climbing gym so I can work off all of these holiday recipes I’ve been making and consuming!

  166. Tieks and a Le Creuset dutch oven in Flame.

  167. These look delicious! And the baking set looks pretty awesome too!

  168. A Kitchenaid mixer

  169. One thing on my wish list this year is a baking pan for making donuts. I’ve seen so many yummy donut recipes lately that I want to try!

  170. A kitchenaid mixer.

  171. On my christmas wishlist are….Graber olives! I hate olives, always have but these are different. They are the tastiest things in the world and I could live on them.

  172. I would love a KitchenAid stand mixer.

  173. what’s on my christmas wish list is an online cart full of cookie cutters from karen’s cookie cutters and that reversible silicone mat. 🙂

  174. The very top of my wishlist is for my husband to find a job. Next on the list would be a new set of knives. =D

  175. now that reversible silicone baking mat is!

  176. Yes and yes! Two glazes?! I can get on board with this concept 🙂 These are beautiful! And they are clearly better than the original. By a long shot.

  177. I’m hoping for a new dutch oven this Christmas!

  178. Oh, I love pumpkin scones! I wish for a day that my family will finally all be able to get together for Christmas!

  179. These scones look and sound amazing. I’ve never had one from Starbucks but I would not be surprised if yours are much, much better.

  180. Oh my gosh! You just made my wallet SOOO happy! And my tummy!

  181. I would love a small portable blender to take back to college with me!

  182. I would LOVEa Cuisinart (blue) heavy duty dutch oven.

  183. I’m wishing for some workout equipment…to work off the holiday goodies!

  184. I really need some new cookie sheets so thats on my list!

  185. Those look absolutely delicious!!

  186. These definitely look way better than anything you’ll ever find at Starbucks! Love all the spices in your recipe. Gorgeous photos!

  187. I am wishing for a new refrigerator. One that does NOT freeze the salad!

  188. My Christmas wish list is a new cookbook and a warm winter scarf.

  189. really I want a KA stand mixer buuut…that’s not happening lol. I just want to have a wonderful holiday with my family 🙂

  190. Spiralizer =]

  191. Wishing for new stainless steel pots and pans .

  192. My Christmas Wish List is that my niece, my cousin & 2 very close friends beat their cancers they are currently battling!

  193. My Christmas wish: quality time with my family who lives in another state

  194. My christmas wish is that my Mom beats cancer.

  195. A Vitamix!

  196. A Keurig! Don’t think it will be coming this Christmas though. But maybe next!

    The scones look tasty! Definitely pinning these 🙂

  197. On my Christmas wish list are some comfy fuzzy socks for the winter and a tablet!
    Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

    I love your recipes and pinterest btw 🙂

  198. My wish list is always filled with new tools for the kitchen! I would love the cookie press to add to the mix, I’ve never used one before!

  199. I’d love a customized gaming rig and a mechanical keyboard.

  200. An immersion blender! I’ve been wanting to make blended soups so much.

  201. i’m desperately after an espresso machine!

  202. the top thing on my wishlist is a TRULY WARM COAT. i’ve lived in cold climates my whole life but still haven’t found my perfect snuggly coat. maybe one day. thanks!

  203. On my xmas wish list…someone to do all my dirty dishes and laundry 🙂

    These are beauties! Love that you made a DIY/copycat version. They’re always better than the originals anyway! pinned

    • Thanks for the pin, friend! And if people can do the dirty dishes, mop the floors, do the laundry and fold – that would seriously be the best Christmas EVER!

      • These look amazing and I can’t wait to make them but I’m bummed because I also wanted to make the vanilla bean scones but for some reason the recipe does not pop up when I “click here” Just the picture. =(

        • So sorry about that, Anna. But I am confused as to which recipe you are referring to? I do not have a recipe for vanilla bean scones at this time.