Easy Homemade Biscuits

Let’s do a little personal back story… My husband has been out of town for his job the last FIVE months. It’s been such a pain, but worth it for my family. I have a huge new found respect for everyone that is the spouse of someone deployed in the military. I don’t know how you do it, and you all are my new role models! I’m not looking for a pity party. We decided that this decision would be the best for our family, and so far it’s been a bit of a blessing. Even if it has been a long hard summer for both of us.

I’ve been stocking up recipes for when he comes home, and these easy homemade biscuits are one of those things that I think he would fall in love with. They took me little time to prepare and really taste amazing. Perfect for weeknight dinners or a quick savory breakfast.

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Easy Homemade Biscuits

Ingredients

  • 2 C. flour
  • 1 T. baking powder
  • 1/2 t. salt
  • 8 T. COLD butter (I recommend salted with these)
  • 1 C. buttermilk

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Combine the flour, baking powder, and salt in a blender (or food processor). Cut the butter into chunks and add it with the dry ingredients. Pulse a few times until the butter resembles crumbs.
  3. Pour in the buttermilk and pulse until combined. Turn out onto a well floured surface. Use well floured hands to pat the dough into a 1 inch thick round. Fold on top of itself several times and press down to 1/2 inch thickness.
  4. Using a round cookie cutter, or a glass cup, cut out your circles. Place onto a greased pan and bake 10 minutes. Make sure you watch them closely so they don’t over bake.
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Our big plans for these were ruined when I realized that our sausage was spoiled and we were too hungry to make it to the store before breakfast. Luckily they stored well for the next day and we were able to whip up a delicious sausage gravy to top them with!

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If you are a small family like us, you might not want to make so many biscuits. Place the cut, unbaked, biscuits on a baking tray and pop them into the freezer. Freeze for 30 minutes, then individually wrap in plastic wrap and place in a labeled Ziploc. When you are ready to heat them up, simply add a few minutes to the original baking time!

Comments

  1. says

    Yum! They look delicious :) I just made some biscuits too this weekend (small world right??) I needed something for my apple butter recipe going up this week! You can’t go wrong with biscuits!

    • JessecaJesseca says

      I hadn’t tried them until I decided we needed biscuits and gravy the other day. They are AMAZINGLY easy. And you can’t mess it up. They turn out fluffy every time.

  2. Kacy says

    We made these today for brunch and didn’t have a problem. The dough was a little wet, but I assumed it was the way it was supposed to be. Did you change the recipe Cheri?

  3. Christine says

    You mentioned that if you have a small family you might not want to make “so many” biscuits. I was wondering, how many biscuits does this recipe make?

  4. Michelle says

    I’ve never cooked with buttermilk, and have no idea where I’d find it. Could I use something else instead? Like 2% or cream? Will it come out the same?

    • JessecaJesseca says

      You can use regular milk if you aren’t sure where to find the buttermilk. Or you can add a bit of vinegar to your glass of milk and let it sit for a few minutes before adding.

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  6. says

    I have made biscuits before and today mine turned out awful! I’m looking for a new recipe. Do you use self – rising flour? I made my own buttermilk, which may have been my problem. I don’t know where I went wrong and I was so disappointed! I will be trying this recipe next!

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