10 Reviews

Although my dh was not overly fond of this recipe, I just loved these biscuits. Great recipe for those of us WW adicted to bread, Will be making these often. Thanks!

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Indiana Debbie January 28, 2003

This was a great and easy recipe! My hubby said all they needed was jelly. I didn't have any self-rising flour so I made my own (1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1/2 cup white flour 1/2 t salt 1 1/2 t baking powder = 1 cup self-rising flour) and I replaced the yogurt with light sour cream. These were tasty and just the right size. Like the rest, I divided this portion into two so they'd come out to 3.5 points each. I will keep making these!!

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n_carson August 05, 2010

THIS WAS AMAZING. I used wheat free flour, added about 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 tsp xanthum gum. This was just lie the regular scones I used to have. I have never had biscuits before so didn't know what to expect. But I will definitly have this again. I had mine straight out of the oven with some no-sugar added strawberry jam. Thanks for posting. Miss Pixie x x x :D

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Perfect Pixie April 11, 2007

These were a great little biscuit to make up fast. I got two good size biscuits out of it, so it makes two servings for us instead of the one serving posted. Glad to know I can have two for myself though. lol. KEEPER!

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Chef Mommie March 19, 2006

These were so nice and soft! I actually kinda mucked it up - I put in 1 1/2 tablespoons of yoghurt instead of teaspoons, and baked for 11 minutes in 6 portions, and they were still beautiful. Thankyou!

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melting pot March 14, 2006

Excellent substitute for full-fat biscuits - great right out of the oven! I took Teresa61's advice and added spices and a little parmesan cheese - next time I'll try some other herbs. One note- this recipe is for one quite large biscuit - I chnged it to 6 servings, but the amount could have easily made 8-9 nice size pieces. It's a keeper!

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Lorina November 14, 2005

I tried these and they were good plain, but I decided to add a little garlic powder and 2% shredded cheddar cheese and they were wonderful.

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Teresa61 May 30, 2004

Not too bad at all! They were a nice replica of the "real" thing without all the fat!

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bk31001 April 04, 2003

I was really impressed with these little bisquits.Since I am watching my weight I really missed bread. I was not able to get the nonfat yogurt but used the lowfat and still felt good about the calories and fat.I will certainly make again. Faye in Alabama

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faye in alabama March 23, 2003
Ww Biscuits for Watching Your Weight