I was a little hesitant about trying these...BUT...am I ever glad that I did!!! :) As kids Bisquick drop biscuits seemed to be a food group in our house...and I quickly grew tired of them. I whipped up a batch of these this morning for breakfast and they were a BIG hit! I opted for the 3 Tbs of sugar which pleased everyone's sweet tooth nicely! These were delicious straight out of the oven with butter!! I already have my heart set on a batch of these on a chilly fall morning with pumpkin butter!! YUUUUUMMMMMMYYYYYY!!!!!! Thanks for a new breakfast treat in our house!
The biscuits taste good, but they're more scone than biscuit. I mixed the batter just enough to moisten the Bisquick mixture, unlike what the recipe called for, but even then the biscuits turned out a little dense.
These were really easy to make and equally tasty. I dipped them in tea and ate them Indian style! Made another batch and added semi-sweet chocolate chips in the batter. They came out well too. I will be making this again for sure! Thanks Anu!
These are so good and so easy to make. I added white chocolate chips and dried cranberries. They were yummy with tea. I will definitely make these again.
Wonderful, wonderful biscuits!! These are so quick and easy. I halved the recipe and made them in the toaster oven! As per other reviews I doubled the vanilla. I also added raisins to the last 2 biscuits. I wouldn't change a thing. They have an excellent loose crumb texture like a dense quick bread. I used homemade light bisquit mix, which has less fat, wholewheat four and bran. Thanks for a great recipe!!
These were delicious! I used 3 tbsp. sugar and followed another reviewer's suggestion of using a full teaspoon of vanilla, and the biscuits came out wonderfully light, sweet, and tasty! I'll definitely be making these again!
I love making these for breakfast. The only problem is they become very addictive! I made a glaze out of powdered sugar, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon. I also added raisins into the biscuit batter. Will make again very soon!
I made these this morning and they were great. Everyone loved them. Just the right amount of sweetness (I used 3 tablespoons of sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla). The only problem I had was they burned slightly on the bottom (I cooked them for exactly 12 minutes). I will probably lower the heat next time. Thanks for posting!
I can't believe how I didn't try such a wonderful recipe for so long! Oh Anu, these are great! I used The Master Mix (Homemade 'Bisquick' Substitute)(recipe number 45055) for the Bisquick mix because we don't get that here. To make these slightly guilt-free, I used Virtually fat-free milk for the milk. Now on, Goodbye to all the biscuits I've been spending so many Rials buying at the supermarket. I'm going to make these whenever I want a biscuit;-) I loved these on their own. These took 15 minutes to bake in my pre-heated oven at 230C. I also had one with a little maple syrup- very yum! My dad had these with his evening cup of tea. Our guests(for Ganesh Chathurthi) enjoyed this while we chatted on and on. The best part of this recipe is that it is eggless, which means I can make it now on for all the festivals(what a great thing to have one more treat on the cookie tray!). A Big thanks from all of us for sharing this!