- 2 cups all purpose flour
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
- 8 tablespoons unsalted butter (chilled)
- 3/4 cup buttermilk (cream, or half-and-half)
|Calories460Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Delaney a month ago
Fluffy and fantastic. Super easy to make, on top of that!! Goodbye forever, biscuits from a can!
Judy Donato a month ago
they turned out light and fluffy,
John Johnson 2 months ago
it was awesome. i used it with some 7 grain bread flour and they came out beautiful.
Tara 3 months ago
Yhe flavor was great, but i think i did something wrong, they came out flat.
Liz DeRosier 4 months ago
Great biscuit recipe. I used half and half because I didn’t have buttermilk. Tender biscuits - great with ham, gravy or by themselves. It’s a keeper.
Jacob Ferguson 4 months ago
Love it. Even my 4 year old likes them.
ashley t. 4 months ago
Only biscuit recipe I use, thanks!
Burnett 5 months ago
Used 1 cup of buttermilk and little more butter. Turned out nice and moist. Quick and easy biscuit
Judy 6 months ago
A little dry, flavor was good and rich. Eating them now, they are reminiscent of savory shortbread. I prefer more flaky texture, perhaps next time would do without the rolling technique
Hilary L. 6 months ago
I made these with whole milk and the family loved them. I will be trying them with buttermilk soon.
Victoria Walker 6 months ago
Excellent. I did not make it with buttermilk just whole milk.
Natalie Beck 6 months ago
Very yummy! I will definitely make this again.
Zoë Symon a year ago
Fairly easy and yummy. I wonder if I could adapt this recipe to be a little more flaky.
Camila Galvao a year ago
The biscuits were extremely easy and quick to make! They turned out beautiful and everyone loved them. Definitely going to make this one again.
Tay a year ago
Excellent recipe! Added chives, onion, and garlic to my second batch and it was great 😊
sheika c. a year ago
Yummy! And so I easy!
Rebecca Kellogg a year ago
Perfect recipe! Irolled them a little thicker to make a bigger biscuit but they taste delicious thin or thick!
Dee a year ago
Super Easy!!! Very good for beginners
Rori D. 2 years ago
My family loved these biscuits.
Ericca D. 2 years ago
These were my most successful made from scratch biscuits! I folded them three times for an extra layer. Family was impressed.
Trisha B. 2 years ago
Best biscuits, super easy and simply delicious!!!
Kimberly Schein 2 years ago
Great biscuits! I have made this several times and it always turns out perfect
Lindsey M. 2 years ago
Turned out great!! Everyone loved it!!
Joshua C. 2 years ago
Turned out great, I didn't have any buttermilk so I did 1/2 cup of milk and a tablespoon of Greek Yoghurt. Worked out just fine.
Leanne W. 2 years ago
Great biscuits! Reminds me of the biscuits my elderly neighbour used to make. This is now one of my go to recipes.
Monika Pearsall 2 years ago
Instead of using a pastry cutter I used my food processor, these biscuits came together like a dream, They looked great and tasted great.
Vanessa W. 3 years ago
My son and I made these. They were yummy. Thanks for keeping it simple. We are going to make them again, maybe even later today.
hey! 3 years ago
really well laid out, easy to navigate and use! having the variety of cuisines along with reviews from other people who've made the dish make it comfortable to use.
Wifey 3 years ago
Easiest biscuit recipe out there! I have tried several and the more ingredients there are, the more complicated the process is. This recipe you cant mess up! Her directions are great, much more detailed and easier to follow than most. They turn out very satisfying. Days it makes 11, but we only got 6 out of our first batch.
Danielle H. 3 years ago
These biscuits are delicious! They are quick and I always have the ingredients on hand, so I know I can make a batch whenever our 3 yo requests them for breakfast! I have never rolled them out, but instead of dropping them into the skillet I flatten them slightly and fold them in half... perfect for holding butter or gravy. I also use my stand mixer to 'beat' them instead of using the rolling pin (because I do not have one), and while I imagine my biscuits are more dense than intended they are still fantastic!