14 Reviews

I made these biscuits for breakfast this morning and all I have to say is WOW!!!!!!. I have been looking for a GOOD recipe and I have finally found it. I made the cut out biscuits and they were perfect. I only made a few teeny weenie adjustment: I beat an egg in with the milk before I added it to my flour mixture, I used a stick (8 tablespoons) of butter instead of margarine and I didn't roll my mixture. When I turned it onto my floured surface I gently kneaded it just to incorporate some of the flour because I still wanted it to be somewhat moist.After that I just patted and pressed it out to the thickness I wanted. I was able to cut a dozen med sizebiscuits. Boy did they fluff up! These are the best and the easiest biscuits I have EVER made and I have made my share. Thank you God's Sugarcookie

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shoultram January 20, 2008

I found this because a well meaning relative went to the store to get butter for biscuits and came back with stick margarine. I was extremely skeptical when I made this (tripled the recipe for reunion) and everyone loved them. They were extremely fluffy and not tough at all. Thank you!

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MinotGirl03 May 24, 2015

I have never made this type of biscuit before, I made a double batch and my family inhaled them. They could not believe how good they were and how easy they are to make. The only change I made was to use homemade unsweetened almond milk. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada May 28, 2012

Oops, I almost had the biscuits buried in chicken ala king before I remembered a photo. Be that as it may, lol, these are marvelous. I added a bit of wheat germ to the flour before mixing but all else was by the recipe. If your looking for sure fire biscuits you can feel good about stopping here.

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Annacia May 26, 2012

Yummy! I tried this recipe for breakfast and it is the best!! I used real butter and buttermilk. Next time I will try self rising flour and cut my serving size down to 6-10 instead of 16. Hoping for larger fluffier biscuits!! I will use this recipe from now on!!!!!

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ChasT May 15, 2011

wow! These were AWESOME. I was looking for the perfect southern biscuit that was light and fluffy, not chewy--these fit the bill with bacon gravy-yum

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oreogirl12 March 01, 2011

EXCELLENT!!! Very good biscuits!

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AnnaMarieCooking September 12, 2009

Finally, this was the fourth recipe I've tried and it will be the last. Biscuits came out perfect and so simple and quick. Thank you.

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mojo mom August 27, 2009

I decided to try these because (can I be honest?) margarine is so much cheaper than butter or shortening. We loved them! I've made them several times - tonight it was to go with dinner (instead of at breakfast and slathered w/ jam) so I decided to make with half butter, half margarine. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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appleydapply June 03, 2009

Finally! A recipe that doesn't make crumbly biscuits, and these tase soooo good too!

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Cocinera Loca April 27, 2008
Fluffy Southern Biscuits