Yes! Only three ingredients and you can have made-from-scratch biscuits! How exciting is that? I know my grandma would have LOVED to have had this recipe. Watching her make biscuits when I was growing up is something I treasure, but I also remember what a huge mess it made! She had to drag out quite a few ingredients which made her counters look like her pantry threw up on them!
No more ladies! I promise you can obtain crusty biscuits that are just PERFECT for gravy or slopping up grits or the last bit of soup. I was a little skeptical that these would actually turn out okay (especially using almond milk) but they're pretty darn awesome if I may say so!
Easy Biscuit Recipe
What You Need:
- 2 cups self-rising flour
- 1/4 cup COLD butter (NOT margarine!)
- 3/4 cup milk (now, I used almond milk but any milk will work!)
-Preheat over to 425 degrees
-Add flour to bowl with cold butter cut into pieces
-Incorporate the flour and butter until you get a good crumble about the size of large peas
-Stir in milk
-Work dough until it pulls away from the sides of the bowl
-Place dough on well floured surface and roll or pat out until around a half of an inch thick
-Using a biscuit cutter or a cookie cutter (like I used!!) cut out your biscuits and place them on a well greased cookie sheet
-Bake 10-14 minutes until golden brown
-Let cool and it's time to eat!
As you can see hear, I used a pretty flower cookie cutter since I am hoping and praying for spring to hurry up and get here! The whole family gobbled them up, and I have plenty to freeze to use at a later date!
Let me know how you guys like these! Do you have a favorite easy biscuit recipe?
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