these were excellent. I used whole wheat pastry flour, buttermilk, and butter instead of shortening. I made 1/3 of the recipe and added raisins to some of the biscuits, which yielded 4 raisin and 2 regular biscuits. Instead of flattening them, I formed them into balls and so they baked into puffs. Thanks for the recipe, I'll definitely be making these again!
These were good! I cut out heart shapes for the kids for Valentine's Day. I also cut out some maple leafs, in honour of the Olympics, and spread raspberry jam over them while they were still a bit warm so it ran down the sides better. A great ode to Canada for the kids!
These were fast, simple and delicious! I'll definitely be making them when I need something to add to a meal in a hurry!
Loved these little biscuits - BF and I used them to make mini sausage biscuit sandwiches - even added fried egg. Was surprised by how tasty they are considering the low calories and simple ingredients. Thanks, Derf!
These remind my mom how much she missed her grandma baking. These taste just ike hers, Thank you for giving us this recipe.
Great Biscuits. I made them with whole wheat flour, increased the baking soda to 7 tsp, and added a 1/4 cup of sugar. I also let them sit on the baking sheet for about 10 minutes once I had cut them out to let them rise a bit. The were very yummy!!!
These are just like the tea biscuits my mom used to make! I have been searching for the recipe for years - What a find! Easy to make, light with golden crust ~ I had to make another batch as the first one went halfway through dinner! Thanks for the great recipe!
my family loved these