4 Reviews

I was worried about the taste of the soy flour coming through, as another reviewer mentioned. I added just under a teaspoon of garlic powder, a couple teaspoons of chili flakes, and topped the biscuits with extra shredded cheese before baking. I formed the dough into ~10 small balls and flattened them. The dough was very sticky and I was concerned it would stick to the parchment paper, but that wasn't a problem. I found 12-13 minutes in the oven was perfect. I didn't notice a soy flour taste and quite enjoyed them!

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Caylin_Emmers September 12, 2014

I guess maybe it was the soy flour...will try again with almond flour, but I couldnt get past the soy texture and taste. I even added garlic to recipe and could still taste soy. Its me Im sure, not the recipe....but for those who dont like soy...try with almond flour first

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Zachsmom November 11, 2008

I've been trying various recipes for two friends on the Atkins diet. This was a big hit (even I liked them and I'm not on Atkins). I added a bit of garlic and cumin, and because I didn't want to roll the dough out on a floury board, I rolled it by hand into little balls and baked them on a silpat. They were great--disappeared very quickly. Some were eaten with some sourcream and hot sauce, some plain. The dieters adored them. Thanks, Mercy!

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Chef Kate January 15, 2008

Delicious! When out of the oven I poured melted butter that had garlic powder in it. Yummy!

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maryann denobrega May 13, 2006
Low Carb Cheddar Biscuit Bites