Blueberry Drop Biscuits

"This is a neat recipe for young cooks just starting out. Not too many steps and not too difficult. My dear friend has a 10 yr. old son, who's passion is to become a chef. I have him over, he picks a recipe, and I help him. By the way, the recipe's good also!"
 
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Ready In:
24mins
Ingredients:
6
Yields:
12 biscuits
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine flour, salt and baking powder.
  • Work in the butter with a fork, or a pastry blender.
  • Add milk, stirring just to moisten.
  • Carefully fold in the blueberries.
  • Drop by tablespoon onto greased baking sheet.
  • Bake at 375° for 12 to 14 minutes or until
  • lightly browned.

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Reviews

  1. Amber S.
    Good simple biscuits, I added a little sugar and made half with blueberries and half without. I would also say the yield is off, I made a double batch and average size biscuits (at least in my opinion) and only got 14.
     
  2. jbronwynne
    So easy, my 7-year-old did most of it by herself. We modified it slightly using gluten-free flour and a bit of honey and had good results. We will be using this recipe again! Thanks!
     
  3. laby4474
    The biscuits had a good texture but I might try rolling them next time. The blueberries didn't really seem to belong maybe a little sugar would be good. I halved the recipe and only got 2 very large biscuits so I can't imagine getting 12 unless they were tiny.
     
  4. sjones168
    i left out the berries, used light margrine and skim milk and used these for biscuits and gravy, excellent and way more healthy than the refridgerated biscuits in the store.
     
  5. zaar junkie
    This was pretty good using soymilk and vegan butter (earthbalance). Next time I will definitely add some sugar or other sweetener as the blueberries didn't quite make it sweet enough. Also, I definitely did not get 12 biscuits out this recipe - it only made 4 good sized biscuits for us. Thanks for posting. It came together and cooked in no time at all.
     
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