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Yummy Raisin Tea Biscuits - No Sugar Added

Yummy Raisin Tea Biscuits - No Sugar Added created by HeidiRenee

This recipe came from one of my wonderful Canadian girl friends - it's so quick and easy and these are great for quick company stopping in for a cuppa. Freeze well and give you that home-made feeling without a lot of fuss. (I 1/2'd the salt as per recommend - I think when I traded the sugar for Splenda it probably didn't counteract the salt as well)

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  • Pre-heat oven to 450*.
  • Soak raisins in hot water so they are moist for baking.
  • Mix first five ingredients, cut in butter until it is pea sized.
  • Add milk, stir to combine (don't over mix), dough will come together when kneaded.
  • Drain raisins and stir until combined.
  • Turn onto lightly floured surface, knead 8-10 times.
  • Roll to 3/4" thickness, cut with biscuit cutter. 2" cutter makes 15 biscuits.
  • Brush with milk and sprinkle with splenda (or sugar).
  • Bake on ungreased cookie sheet for 12-15 minutes.
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"This recipe came from one of my wonderful Canadian girl friends - it's so quick and easy and these are great for quick company stopping in for a cuppa. Freeze well and give you that home-made feeling without a lot of fuss. (I 1/2'd the salt as per recommend - I think when I traded the sugar for Splenda it probably didn't counteract the salt as well)"
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  1. Phyllis D.
    Did not like these at all. I am a great baker and these look nothing like your picture. You also say in your instructions to mix the first 5 ingredients which are the white flour, whole wheat flour, Splenda, salt and baking powder. What happened to the cream of tarter? Not mentioned at all in your recipe. They also have an after taste, probably from the Splenda.
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  2. Chef Reg Jones
    Made these bisquits yesterday..Already made another batch today...These are easy to make and turned out soft inside,crunchy on the outside..I used regular sugar instead of the Splenda...also added a few more raisins...Thanks for sharing this recipe.Its a keeper.
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  3. HeidiRenee
    Yummy Raisin Tea Biscuits - No Sugar Added Created by HeidiRenee
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    Yummy Raisin Tea Biscuits - No Sugar Added Created by HeidiRenee
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  5. gracelanglois
    very good, moist on the inside and crispy on the outside. I would cut back on the salt next time. I found them a little salty. Definately will make them again
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