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I know, I know…pumpkin everything this time of year, right???

It is only October and my kitchen has already been dishing out bowls and bowls of pumpkin soup, and dinner time sides of pumpkin mashes with loads of butter!

You really can do so much with this wonderful squash – even if you are on a grain free diet. It gives wonderful moisture to otherwise dry grain free flours like coconut flour. And acts as a binder so you don’t have to use a load of eggs. This means you can swap the egg for a gelatin egg if you are egg free! Learn how to make a gelatin egg here.

Grain Free Pumpkin Scones // Delicious Obsessions // #pumpkin #grainfree #paleo And if you aren’t grain free you are still going to love the flavor and texture of these. It really doesn’t get any better than the spices of the fall. They give these scones warmth that goes perfectly on a crisp autumn morning.

Grain Free Pumpkin Scones // Delicious Obsessions // #pumpkin #grainfree #paleo

Just 10-15 minutes hands on time, and your weekend filled with hayrides, pumpkin patches, and leaf piles can start off with a wonderful, warming breakfast!

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Important Note On Gelatin Types 

When it comes to gelatin, you don’t want any old gelatin off the supermarket shelves. You want to look for 100% grass-fed gelatin from healthy animals. Just like other animal products, quality is important.

That is why I recommend Vital Proteins Grass-Fed Gelatin products and Perfect Supplements products exclusively. I have compared these brand with other brands on the market and the quality far surpasses anything else I’ve tried. I am thrilled to be one of their affiliate partners and support such great products and companies.

Perfect Supplements offers a grass-fed hydrolyzed collagen (cold-soluble) right now and has a gelatin (hot-soluble) in the works for 2016. Read my review of their product here or watch the video below. You can order their own products via their own site here or on Amazon here.

Vital Proteins offers two types of gelatin. The green top (Collagen Protein) is what you need for this recipe and for recipes where you are making gummies, “jello”, etc. The blue top (Collagen Peptides) is cold water soluble and does not thicken or gel like gelatin does. Both are very nutritious, but can’t be used interchangeably. You can order their own products via their own site here or on Amazon here.

Grain Free Pumpkin Scones
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Recipe type: Dessert / Breakfast
Cuisine: Gluten, Grain, and Dairy Free
  1. Everything into a medium mixing bowl and combine - I start with a spatula and finish with my hands.
  2. Form the dough into a 1 - 1½ inch disk on a silpat or parchment paper lined baking sheet and use a butter knife to cut like a pie into 8 pieces.
  3. Brush the top with melted butter and sprinkle with sucanat (or organic pure cane sugar). This is optional but so good!
  4. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. The tops will be nice and crispy with the sucanat/butter topping! Leftovers will get soft in a container but you can crisp them back up in the oven to warm.
#Pumpkin Scones :: #GlutenFree, #GrainFree, #DairyFree Option, #Paleo / #Primal // deliciousobsessions.com

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