5.30.2012

Pumpkin Banana Scones made with Plum Organics Baby Food

I hope you will join me today over at the Plum Organics Facebook page. I had the distinct pleasure of creating a breakfast recipe for their “Little Foodies Cookbox” It’s an online recipe collection featuring a variety of delectable recipes using Plum Organics baby food!

I created a recipe for organic pumpkin banana scones with a maple glaze using their pumpkin banana stage 2 baby food. They came out delicious. Did I mention I used virtually all organic ingredients?

Organic Pumpkin Banana Scones

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These pumpkin banana scones are a delightful morning biscuit with a hint of savory and a hint of sweet. Serve alone or with a dollop of homemade jam. Head over to the Plum Organics Facebook page for the full pumpkin banana scone recipe!
WAIT! There’s more!

I’m giving away a Plum Organics “Yum Kit” Prize pack full of yummy organic baby food to one lucky reader so you can create recipes too!

Included in the giveaway are:

  • 10 pouches of Plum Organics Baby Food,
  • 2 boxes of Plum Organics Teensy Fruits and
  • Some other fun goodies like a ton of coupons for Plum Organics Baby Food!

Here’s what you need to do to enter*:

1. Leave me a comment with a valid email address telling me what you think might be a fun recipe to make with Plum Organics Baby Food

Optional Entry:
2.. Visit the Plum Organics Facebook page and come back here and leave a comment telling me what other recipe you'd like to try from the cookbox.

Giveaway ends Sunday June 3rd. THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED and a winner has been chosen and notified via email. 

*No Purchase Necessary, void where prohibited, valid only in the Continental United States
And if you decide to make the scones, I would love to hear about it.

21 comments:

  1. Ages ago -- there was a recipe for Carrot Cake using jarred baby food. I've called Gerber, and they think I'm plum crazy. I'd love to see a Carrot Cake recipe that isn't a
    knuckle buster" on the ol' box grater.



    lizandrsn@aol.com

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  2. Oooooo, the Mac & Cheese recipe has my interest from the Plum Organics FB site!





    lizandrsn@aol.com

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  3. These really look delicious!

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  4. I think a fun recipe would be brownies! YUM

    steveroncas(at)embarqmail(dot)com

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  5. I would love to try the Mac and Cheese cups. They look good.

    steveroncas(at)embarqmail(dot)com

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  6. Well, I just went back to our pantry and stared at our Plum stash for a few minutes. And while there are muffin and quick breads in the Cookbox, I think I'd like to see some kind of *formula* recipe for a quick breakfast bread. By "formula" I don't mean baby formula. I mean "say, I've got more blueberry/pear/purple carrot pouches than anything this morning, let me plug that into the recipe along with some whole wheat flour and other grains and maybe some yogurt and make something healthy and tasty." Or maybe I've got an extra couple of zucchini/banana/amaranth pouches, or the sweet potato/millet ones. Pouch plus grain plus leavening plus moisture = quick bread.

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  7. Well, I just went back to our pantry and stared at our Plum stash for a few minutes. And while there are muffin and quick breads in the Cookbox, I think I'd like to see some kind of *formula* recipe for a quick breakfast bread. By "formula" I don't mean baby formula. I mean "say, I've got more blueberry/pear/purple carrot pouches than anything this morning, let me plug that into the recipe along with some whole wheat flour and other grains and maybe some yogurt and make something healthy and tasty." Or maybe I've got an extra couple of zucchini/banana/amaranth pouches, or the sweet potato/millet ones. Pouch plus grain plus leavening plus moisture = quick bread.

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  8. I think it would be fun to make a cake with a few of the pouches...Like the pumpkin banana one!
    amanda.oman86@gmail.com

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  9. I really want to try to make a cake with the banana pumpkin pouch...I think it would add flavor and keep the cake moist!

    amanda.oman86@gmail.com

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  10. the healthy turkey meatballs with pasta salad looks wonderful!!

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  11. Turkey meatballs or mac n cheese!

    thanks for the yummy scones too. I hope to add these 3 to my recipe rotation.

    nmaples@gmail.com

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  12. I have also wanted to use the purple carrot Plum Organics in peanut butter jam thumb print cookies. Or the Strawberry banana would be great too.

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  13. CWilder7:10 PM

    I'm loving the Baked Strawberry Breakfast Pockets.
    cwilder269@aol.com

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  14. I would like to use plum organics apple sauce in banana bread and I'm interested in making the Mac & cheese from the website ideas! My email is: tamimcafee@me.com

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  15. I think a brownie recipe with these would be awesome!
    animesb@gmail.com

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  16. I would like to try the "Baked Strawberry Breakfast Pockets". They look easy to make and might be something that my super picky eater might try.

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  17. I've never made scones but my kids think they are awesome and they would love me for making something so special - I only like to make these things at home if there is a healthy kick!
    The Baked Strawberry Breakfast Pockets look yummy too!
    Can you tell we love breakfast around here?
    info@sign4baby.com

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  18. Looks yummy! I would love a great muffin or coffee cake. The quinoa bowl looks like one to try! Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance

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  19. Looks yummy! I would love a great muffin or coffee cake. The quinoa bowl looks like one to try! Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance

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  20. I would love to try the quinoa bowl someday. I would love to find a new muffin for breakfast!

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  21. The Baked Strawberry Breakfast Pockets sounds so good!!! Would love to make those for my son :)

    danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

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