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“This will be my go to biscuit recipe from now on. I have not made scratch biscuits for quite awhile. These were so easy never again will I use canned biscuits.”
It really is that simple to make these delightful self-rising biscuits, folks. There’s no fancy footwork involved in this recipe. All you need is butter, some milk or buttermilk (which ever tickles your fancy), and self-rising flour. Once you make these delicious little biscuits, you won’t be able to keep your hands off of them. My family absolutely adores these homemade biscuits and devours them as soon as they come out of the oven!
These biscuits are perfect served with any kind of dinner, but I have been known to munch on them as they are… Straight from the oven, with some butter on top – yum! Or maybe add a slice of your favorite cheese, and some marmalade. I’m telling you, it’s the perfect snack with a cup of tea!
Once you give these a try, you will never want to have another store bought biscuit again. These are the real deal!
Recipe and photo courtesy of King Arthur Flour.
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Quick tip: Serve with butter, gravy, marmalade or cheese!