Your Best Recipe: My Whole-Wheat Pumpkin Scones

Well, it’s October 31st and that means Halloween in our house! We are getting ready for our neighborhood block party tonight, before our little ones join their friends and go trick-or-treatin’. And the end of the month means a little recap of my month. Nancy, at Spice Foodie, is a great food blogger and photographer that I have been fortunate to have met. She has come up with a wonderful idea for us food blogger to highlight our best recipes for the month.

For me to choose which recipe to feature was a no-brainer. I chose my Whole-Wheat Pumpkin Scones.

Two reasons. One, they really were delicious. Moist and lightly sweetened, and made with whole-wheat flour. My second reason was that this recipe made it on FoodBuzz’s Top 9 last Tuesday. Woohoo! When you are a stay-at-home mom, your identity can easily get lost as you are taking care of your little kidlets. I wouldn’t change this for the world. I love being Mommy to my three kids. But, it was nice to have “Laura” (my alter-ego) come out of the cave this week! So, thank you for reading my posts, and trying out my recipes.

Please visit Spice Foodie’s site and let your eyes have a feast at the other fabulous recipes being highlighted. And of course, enjoy the wonderful recipes and photographs that Spice Foodie has to offer, too. Be prepared to drool!

And don’t forget to stop by Family Spice and check out our great articles and recipes!


2 Responses to Your Best Recipe: My Whole-Wheat Pumpkin Scones

  1. Thank you for helping get the word out to your readers. And for making all of our mouths water from your delicious scone recipe and photos. I can totally see why your scones were on the top 9, they should win awards. Hope to see you on November's YBR roundup. Have a great week!

  2. I'm a stay home mom too, and I enjoy every second of it, tho sometimes I lose myself between diapers, bottles, books, games :))
    Congrats on making to Top 9, I have to agree with the FB editors, those look really great

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