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This recipe is so darn easy! They turned out perfectly! I just dropped them on a cookie sheet instead of rolling and cutting them out too. Even easier!

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raniyvette July 24, 2010

These were really great, especially considering how easy they were. They were surprisingly flaky for a biscuit that has no shortening and was just dropped on the cookie sheet instead of rolled out! Brushed a little butter on top to give it a little extra flavor and they were wonderful! Definately going to be my "go to" recipe for biscuits now! Thanks!

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Christylee January 05, 2011

thought i was making biscuits for biscuits and gravy but came out like a scone. then my husband informed me that european countries call cookies, biscuits. so we slathered them with cinnamon butter and they made a tasty treat. dont roll too thin; they dont rise much.

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pepsi_grl13 September 11, 2011

I have been looking for a good biscuit recipe that was easy for years....not anymore. This recipe is fantastic just the way it is written. I would suggest doubling the recipe if you like rather large biscuits. I did and it yielded 13. My biscuits and gravy were great! If you try this recipe, you won't be sorry.

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ethomis February 02, 2013

This recipe was perfect! I didn't have a lot on hand and didn't feel like going to the store. This will be my go to biscuit recipe. I used them with biscuits and gravy. Yummy!

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smoore852 December 13, 2012

These tasted good, but I think I rolled them out too thin. I will definately try it again later. They worked well for what we needed though. Usually we cut a biscuit in half and make a sandwich with eggs and bacon. Two of these worked perfectly. Thanks for the recipe, I'm sure it'll go better next time.

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Panhandle Sam November 12, 2006

These are so good. I added some shredded cheese and garlic, didn't bother to roll them, just dropped them onto a baking sheet. Tonight I'm gonna add some chopped green onion. Perfect and easy! Thanks for posting!

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N@ May 17, 2006

I had to make an account just so I could say how AMAZING these biscuits were. I made some tuna helper tonight & at the last minute decided I wanted something to go with it. I did a quick search for 'easy biscuits' & your recipe was the first one that came up. I don't have shortening or yeast or anything else you usually need to make something like this so I was surprised that I had everything I needed for this one! I decided to try it & I'm so glad I did - they were SO GOOD. Flaky & tasty. Mmm Mmm Mmm! I made large biscuits [only made 6 instead of 12] & dropped them on the cookie sheet rather than rolling & cutting. Still amazing, & I'll be using this recipe again for sure. Thanks!

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bbd_angel January 09, 2014

Easy, quick and delicious. Next time I will probably use them as a drop biscuit because they don't rise much at all.

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Sharon M. November 29, 2013

No dairy, No wheat, No corn, No sugar adjustment. Used Trader Joe's Gluten Free Flour. I just baked these... used a mixture of coconut oil and grapeseed oil for my oils, added about 1/2 c. very finely chopped carrots, 2 heaping teaspoons organic spices, about 1 t. turmeric, and substituted molasses for the sugar. SAVORY WONDERFULNESS!!!!!!!

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abidnvine July 22, 2013
Easy Biscuits