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Sunday, March 8, 2015

...biscuits...here we go again !


Hi, everyone....
Most everyone that knows me knows
 I. LOVE. BISCUITS.
...homemade is my first choice but,
drop biscuits, using BISQUICK MIX are next on my LIKE LIST....
and the frozen packages of biscuits from the grocery store....UMMM UM !


 I haven't tried these yet but sure intend to....very soon !
...they sound LUSCIOUS.

~~ 7 UP BISCUITS ~~
INGREDIENTS:
4 cups Bisquick
1 cup sour cream
1 cup 7-up
1/2 cup melted butter
DIRECTIONS:
Mix Bisquick, sour cream and 7 up. Dough will be very soft - don't worry. Knead and fold dough until coated with your baking mix. Pat dough out and cut biscuits using a round biscuit / cookie cutter. Melt butter in bottom of cookie sheet pan or 9x13 casserole dish. Place biscuits on top of melted butter and bake @ 425 degrees for 12-15 minutes or until brown.



~ ~ CHEDDAR BLACK PEPPER BISCUITS ~ ~
 O HONEY !

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"BETTER FOR YOU" biscuits...

and no matter how hard I try, I can eat just so much 
WHOLE WHEAT 
flour in biscuits and breads. 

 
WHOLE WHEAT BUTTERMILK BISCUITS

2 1/4 c. whole wheat flour
2 tbsp. bran
2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1/3 c. butter *** (I used Brummel and Brown Yogurt...not too good,.....but...it's a biscuit.:(
3/4 c. buttermilk
Mix dry ingredients. Cut in butter. Add buttermilk and mix lightly. Roll out 3/4 inch thick. Cut biscuits and place on a greased cookie sheet. Bake 15 minutes at 425 degrees.
 These are good....certainly better than NO biscuits....
and if you are on a diet that calls for NO BREAD, maybe, every once in a while, just 
a small one of these with SIMPLY FRUIT instead of jelly
won't hurt.
You could even make up a batch of these and freeze them...
taking out one or two for a Sunday morning breakfast.
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 Sour Cream is WONDERFUL mixed into your biscuit dough...

Sour Cream.....REAL Buttermilk....
I've never tried CREAM CHEESE but how could it NOT be good...???


Frozen.....oh, they are so good.
I try to keep a package of the frozen GRANDS in my freezer all the time.


and then we come to......



CANNED BISCUITS

 

Yes, I even love CANNED biscuits...
I DO....
There's a million great things you can make using these little canned gems.

Monkey Bread....
Dumplings...

and they can be filled with all kinds of goodness...So, don't turn up your pretty nose
at these lowly forms of biscuits....(wish I had one right this minute...:)


Remember these with Bacon and 2 kinds of cheese...
delish...!

There's another kind of biscuit...
ANGEL BISCUITS...with yeast...
be still, my foolish heart.
Just the mere mention of the word YEAST sends my head reeling,
my heart racing
and a cold sweat breaks out on my forehead..

I've made these before but it's been such a long time....
CLICK HERE for a recipe
from A TASTE OF HOME. 

I wish I could explain this weird yellow background...I have
NO IDEA  how to get rid of it ...somehow, it came from the yellow recipe above.
 Never had this happen before but then, many OTHER weird things have happened.


Think I'll just go EAT A BISCUIT...

XOXO, bj
Playing in these parties:


42 comments:

  1. they all look delicious! i'm not a biscuit snob. :)

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  2. Yummy to the mostest. every one.

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  3. BJ, Well now I want a biscuit too. We have had the grands with butter and jam for breakfast... I like the idea of cheese and bacon on them too. Blessings , xoxo,Susie

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  4. Amei conhecer o seu blog, já fiquei por aqui!!!Achei maravilhoso!!!
    Visite-me:http://algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br/
    Siga-me e pegue o meu selinho!!!

    Obrigada.

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  5. I opened up this post right after I put a dish of Butter Dip Biscuits in the oven. OH. How I love them...
    http://www.plainchicken.com/2011/01/butter-dips.html OR...
    If you have bisquick you can cheat by mixing 2 c. mix, 2/3 c. milk, dash sugar. Pat into 8x8 that has 1/2 stick melted butter in the bottom. Bake at 400 for 25 minutes.
    (:

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  6. I've never seen those little mini ones before

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  7. Oh goodness, I just finished up my Angel Biscuits last night and now you have me wanting any kind of biscuit! They all look so tasty, bj! How can one not go wrong with a good biscuit with their meal?

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  8. Lots of good eating there! I have a bag of the pillsbury minis in the freezer now. Have heard of the 7up ones, but have not made them. But then I am not a biscuit maker.. Did make some chaddar ones years ago that were good.

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  9. With just me to cook for I do not make biscuits but yours look so good. Eat one for me. Have a blessed evening. Madeline

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  10. Yum! I will have to try the 7-up ones as Bisquick makes a gluten free version.

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  11. bj- I love biscuits, too, and often use bisquick. I always roll mine out and cut them with a round cutter though. I have never bought the frozen ones..but I will look for those to have in a pinch. I had just ONE with butter ad honey on it tonight with some chicken and coleslaw.....oh...yeah...xo Diana

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  12. I love 7-up biscuits. They are so good!

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  13. HI BJness! Oh, yummy! I copied your biscuit recipe you posted years ago and have made them many times and they're delicious! We like the Bisquick biscuits too as well as the canned biscuits. The buttermilk Grands are so good and pass the grape jam! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  14. I'm with you on biscuits!! I made those 7 Up ones and they were seriously good - although mine didn't look nearly as pretty as their's did! I've also made the Angel Biscuits......you're right! Be STILL my heart!!!! EVERYTHING is better with BISCUITS!!!

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  15. You are The Biscuit Queen! I am seriously interested in your favorite go-to biscuit recipe. Have you shared it as such?

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  16. Thank you for all of these choices! The ones with the 7-Up...wow, very interesting and I love the idea of sour cream.

    Thanks so much...I never snub frozen or canned biscuits...sometimes we need the quick!!

    Jane xx

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  17. All of these look good right now BJ! I've made cheddar jalapeno biscuits before but not 7UP ones. Thanks for the recipes -- I'll have to try them. :)

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  18. I don't think we have those in our supermarkets... I need to look. And now I'm hungry - THANK YOU VERY MUCH ;) ahahahahahah
    I'm all for buying already or half made as it cuts time in the kitchen. The other day I tried cinnamon rolls with pizza dough... desperate cravings demand desperate measures, Dear Friend. Not a very successful attempt but I'll give it another try ahahah
    Enjoy your week,
    Teresa

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  19. Oh my, they all look soooo good! 7up biscuits...who would have thought?
    Lori

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  20. Oh yes, you just can't beat a good hot biscuit! I have the recipe for the 7-up biscuit but haven't tried it yet! Enjoy your day dear friend, Spring is upon us and I couldn't be happier:) HUGS!

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  21. Okay, I could of/should of skipped your post until later today. Right now I can't have anything to eat and I am looking at all those yummy biscuits. That's just bad!! Gotta have a little test around 1 p.m. and no food beforehand. That is wrong!! But, girlfriend, I will be back and I will make me something good to eat and I will sit down and read your blog again. That's a good thing.

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  22. Nothing like a warm biscuit with butter and a bit of jam in the morning. Thanks for the yummy pictures....I need to go fix me one.

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  23. Mornin' BJ,

    I noticed that Grands are in blue packages! Yum. Thanks for playing today. I'll be right there for one of those biscuits.

    Happy Blue Monday!

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  24. Oh my, how many types of biscuits can there be?!! I must try them all!

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  25. Not healthy, but love biscuits split into and smothered in gravy with a couple of pieces crispy bacon. My mother made the best from scratch.

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  26. Bring on the biscuits---just don't make them blue!

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  27. Hello BJ, all of these biscuits look delicious.. I think the Cheddar would be one of my favorites.. Thanks for sharing all the recipes.. Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  28. Definitely a weakness of mine!

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  29. BJ, you're killing me with all the yummy biscuits you're showing. With an English background we call them scones but I'm sure they amount to the same thing and taste darn good. I bake a pan of scones every week and I've tried them with WW flour - no thanks. My recipe for scones uses buttermilk and when baking them in Florida I couldn't believe how thick the buttermilk was there. Ours pours out of the container like water.
    I'd love to sit down over biscuits and tea with you!
    Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  30. Hi, bj!

    Oh...you & my both, sweetie!! I Love biscuits!
    Just about any way you can fix them.
    I do agree about wheat biscuits..

    Looking at Judith's response I wonder if I can bake my Bisquick biscuits in my Cast Iron Wedge Pan? Thanks!

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  31. Oh, I forgot to ask...may I add your recipes to my online Plan To Eat program?
    It's a digital program where I can store all my recipes. Thanks!

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  32. bj ... you really know how to make a gal hungry ... delicious looking biscuits ... beautiful pictures ... every one of them. I think I would like the angel biscuits because I don't like all the dough in the center. Have never seen the frozen packages of biscuits from the grocery store that look like they just need to be thawed and warmed up. Those would be great to have for Christmas breakfast when all the kids are here. Thanks for all the reviews and recipes.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  33. Oh yumm..all those biscuits look amazing!!

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  34. I like most any kind of biscuits and breads, but I'm like you and prefer white over wheat. Once in a while I'll buy the 7 grains bread for toast. Some Simply Fruit makes it taste better. :)

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  35. Yes there is not much in life that can't be sorted out over a cup of tea and a biscuit (being British we need the cuppa in there as well!) Well what an amazing array of biscuits. BJ if I lived closer I'm sure I'd have a permanent crisis so I could come round for some of your amazing biscuits I'd bring the tea of course! Biscuits in a tin, who'd have thought of it!!!
    Have a great day.
    Wren x

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  36. There must be 50 ways to make a biscuit! Who knew. The 7up ones sound YUMMY!

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  37. Ok, that first picture about did me in. I never eat biscuits, but let me tell ya, they are going on my grocery list NOW. They look SOOOO good!

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  38. Well, BJ...you had me at hello on this one! Biscuits any which way....marvelous! Great post!!!

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  39. BJ, dear sweet BJ. All of this goodness is almost more than I can bear. Forget smell-vision. Give me some taste-vision. Either that, or one of us needs to move. I really, really want to be your neighbor. You would get sick of me popping in for breakfast every day.

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  40. I'll take any biscuit you put in front of me! I think I'll try that less healthy 7-up recipe!!

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  41. Big Smiles, Oh My Goodness this is all so not right, looks so yummy and it is breakfast time and I cannot make any of these, on such a strict diet for right now. Thanking you as I copied the recipes for another time~

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj