Total Time
Prep 13 mins
Cook 14 mins

THese are great!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix together all ingredients until lumpy.
  2. Pour into muffin tins.
  3. BAke at 350 for 15 to 20 minute Let cool.


Most Helpful

These were very simple to make. I misread the directions and used 4 cups of flour. Luckily I realized what I did and simply doubled everything else too and ended up with a couple dozen tasty treats. I wasn't sure about the second addition of butter so ignored it and just used 1/3 cup. I might increase the amount of honey, I was hoping to be able to taste it in the biscuits a little, but couldn't. These were terrific with a sausage and bean soup I made. Thanks Love!!!

Kim127 October 16, 2006

These are more like muffins than biscuits- dense and thick. Be careful to only work the batter just until the ingredients are mixed. More mixing will make them tough. Used 5 T butter- real butter- not margarine- reduced the salt to 1 tsp and omitted the second amount of butter. These would be good as a breakfast biscuit maybe with some ham and cheese added or a small dollop of jam in the center. Pretty good recipe with potential. The addition of some sour cream may lighten these and offset some of the sweetness if a more savory biscuit is desired. Thanks for letting me play with your adopted recipe luvs!

Mama's Kitchen (Hope) January 20, 2006

I thought these might turn out to be hard, as the batter was thick, but they actually turned out tender and tasty! I was a bit confused as to why butter was listed twice as an ingredient, so I decided to just add the first (larger) amount listed. I think next time I will halve the amount of salt, as the baking powder is already salty. I managed to get 11 biscuits out of the batter. These were very good biscuits, and well worth making again! Thanks for posting this!

truebrit November 23, 2004

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