- 1 3/4 cups all purpose flour
- 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 teaspoon coarse salt
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter (chilled, cut into small pieces)
- 3/4 cup milk (see headnote)
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Anita Feerer 7 Dec 2018
Added a cup of milk to make them a little doughy.
Ang K 11 Nov 2018
perfect, i used this recipe to make donuts. They were delicious
Jamie Miller 27 May 2018
Huge hit with the family. I now have to triple the recipe when i make them.
Ashley Frost 27 Apr 2018
Super easy and delicious
Brendan P. 13 Mar 2018
A bit salty but I'll remember that next time. Light and fluffy with the extra milk as prescribed.
Brianna S. 24 Jan 2018
Perfectly flaky! Soft in the inside and crunchy on the outside. I brushed the dough with a bit of milk and sprinkled garlic powder on top before baking.
Keisha D. 10 Dec 2017
These came out really flat. I followed the directions. I’m not sure what happened.
Kim J. 8 Aug 2017
Really great and simple biscuit recipe. I enjoyed it so much that I made it once and again with one change. Instead of course salt, I used regular salt on the second batch and it was perfect.
dyer 16 Jul 2017
They were so flaky and good and incredibly easy to make!
jennifer lamb 10 Jun 2017
these were really good. had a crispy outside and tender inside. i rolled them out for cut biscuits instead of drop biscuits. i shouldve rolled them much thicker cuz they were a little flat. will make again but roll out really thick.
Peter Rivera 14 May 2017
great recipe! Tasted fantastic.
Shelly M. 25 Jan 2016
I made these to go with some scrambled eggs for supper and they were delicious! They are easy to make and the entire family loved them!
Dom C. 1 Dec 2015
I made the recipe, using the biscuit to cover newly made Chicken Pot pie. Purposely made the mix a little thin and spoon dropped onto the pot pie, covering most of the surface. Placed it into a 425 degree oven and cooked for about 12 minutes. Then paced under broiler a few minutes to make biscuit dough brown and flaky on top, and moist on pot pie. Will never use Bisquick again.