Pumpkin Scones and here's to a year!!

Can you believe it?!... No seriously?!... I mean…  when I figured it out, I was like … SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.... a YEAR!?  YUP,  Not Just A Chick is a year old this week!  How time flies!  It all started with A walk in the park , and a “hmmmm” wonder if yours truly can actually, successfully, pull off a blog people will read.  A year later… I’m sipping my coffee that’s got a yummy Pumpkin Spiced Syrup kick, nibbling on a fresh out of the oven, moist, fall apart in your mouth, perfectly spiced - Pumpkin Scone. **sigh** Starbucks who?!?

 THANK YOU to everyone who follows this little adventure of mine.  Thank you to my honey and close friends that put up with all the pictures, the ideas, and the trial runs!  If you’re a newbie here…  HIYA!! When I take a look at the analytics… I still am in awe of all the support and visits this blog of mine receives… it is truly a blessing to have such a backing for something that I am enjoying so much.  Don’t be afraid to leave a comment…ask a question... or even just say hi!  I always try and respond as soon as possible!

The first thing that comes to many people’s mind when they hear the word SCONE is “dry”.  That being said…  I KNOW there are places out there… major cafes *cough cough* Starbucks *cough cough* that sell a delicious, MOIST pumpkin scone.  That being said… I just plainly can’t afford to go out and buy one every time I get a craving.  (and trust me I get cravings) SO, after searching high and low…fiddling with recipes, I’ve found one that I am proud to say… works.  They are moist.  They fall apart in your mouth at first bite.  They have just the right amount of that famous “pumpkin spice”…. And they are EASY PEASY.  Like so easy you should be making two batches.  One to bake up now, the other to freeze and have on hand for when the craving hits! (or when you want to impress guests with your mad baking skills)…  either way….. go ahead… try em’ Click to continue reading....

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