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These are like magic - quick, diet-friendly, and made from pantry items; what more could you ask for? I can't get self-rising flour here, so I added a quarter teaspoon of baking soda to regular flour, and a teaspoon and a half of lemon juice to the milk. They rose beautifully. I think this will become a stand-by recipe. Thanks!

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Kitty Z July 11, 2007

This recipe was very easy and make a good lowfat, low calorie biscuit. I will make these again, but next time may add a tiny bit of baking pawder and baking soda as another reviewer suggested, just to make them a touch lighter. Thanks, Audrey M., for another good low calorie recipe.

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cookin mimi August 04, 2006

These are a very easy and tasty recipe to prepare! I added 1/4 tsp of baking powder and 1/4 tsp of baking soda and they rose beautifully! Also, I may try subbing buttermilk for the milk as I think that would be a very good addition, and maybe some yeast. These tasted even better the second day warmed up in the microwave!

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God's_sugarcookie May 27, 2006

These are now a staple in my house! My whole family loves them, and they are so easy to make! I love making just 6 at a time; it helps keep me from eating too many! Thanks for the recipe!

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txghog April 27, 2004
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