Whole Wheat Pumpkin Biscuits

Rambo loves his bee.

Ever since I read Gina‘s post the other day about sweet potato biscuits, I knew I had to make them, or something like them.  Last night I used her recipe but used whole wheat flour (therefore omitting the need for xanthan gum), canned pumpkin, and Earth Balance.


Soooooo good.  Dense and hearty and filling and perfect.

The funny shaped one made out of the last of the dough.  I don’t discriminate.  I ate him right up.

Served alongside some roasted asparagus (olive oil, salt, pepper, 400° for 35 minutes), wilted spinach, and sauteed chicken (olive oil, Bragg’s Liquid Aminos, Sriracha, and garlic powder).

Another crazy Monday, have a good one!

❤ C

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9 Responses to Whole Wheat Pumpkin Biscuits

  1. dara says:

    it’s busybee!(“Best of Show” reference)

  2. Hannah says:

    Mmmm! Those pumpkin biscuits look amazing! The asparagus too! By the way, for Tday I’m making that peanut butter pumpkin cake/pie you posted a few days ago. So feel proud, you have helped me to stay true (for the most part 🙂 ) to a healthy lifestyle through the holidays! You and your blog make a difference 🙂

  3. Peggy says:

    You’re dog is too cute! Those biscuits sound delicious! I may have to whip up my own here soon!

  4. lindsay says:

    oh yea, I totally wanted to make these with Gluten free flour. Glad you liked them too! Hope you have a great turkey day, staying in austin?

    • I am staying in Austin. My boyfriend might not make it back from Oklahoma in time to join me though! 😦 Oh well, he’ll get to be with his family, and we can just have Christmas together instead. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving as well!

  5. Looks awesome! I’m in love with pumpkin right now (eating it multiple times a day, lol) I’ll have to steal this idea!!

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