I was pleasantly surprised by these. I was curious with the amount of sugar, and typically
I've been deliberating for almost a week if I should try this recipe, as I'm used to popping a can of biscuit, placing them on a sheet and they're perfect every time. I tried it this morning as it seemed super easy (even for me) and I was a bit disappointed. They didn't raises (maybe because I opened the oven while they were baking) and they looked like oatmeal cookies!!!!. However they were soft enough to enjoy. I used butter instead of shortening, maybe thats why, but thx anyway.
Thank you so much,a quick and easy way tomake biscuts .This iswonderful .
I made these on 4/2/09 to go with our chicken dinner.I followed the recipe as it was written, but they didn't rise high at all. And I even double sifted they dry ingredients.I wish we could have given this recipe a higher rating :(,but we really weren't impressed. But thanks for posting anyway.
The best biscuit recipe in the world. Do exactly as this recipe states and you will have flaky, fluffy, biscuits every time. I used butter, and it works well. I used my clean hands to work in the butter. But crisco would work great too.
These were okay to me. I think they would be better with buttermilk. I may try that next time. Thanks for the recipe.
thanx Bunlady.Me & my family loved it.IT's easy.My father liked it sooooo much.
I love biscuits and I believe these are the best tasting biscuits that I have ever tried. Delicious just delicious, with a wonderful texture and flavour. The biscuits are fragile and tender, sweet and flaky. What a treat. They were quick and really easy to make. Thank you so much Bunlady, I will make again and again. Into my keeper box this goes.
I picked this recipe for one of my PAC-2006 recipes and I'm so glad I did. This recipe produced a soft, delicate, melt-in-your mouth biscuit. The directions were simple to follow and I didn't make any changes to the recipe. Thanks Bunlady, I'll be making this recipe again.