You guys know I have a copycat Cheddar Bay Biscuit recipe already, and it’s really yummy — but it’s not entirely from scratch. Still great, but if you want an all-scratch completely homemade version, then you are in luck. This version really punches up the garlic and herb flavor, which I think makes these biscuits…
Merry Christmas! This is my gift to those of you who asked. I posted a picture of these biscuits on Instagram and everybody went nuts, so I decided to share my recipe. I like my biscuits many ways — flaky, not flaky, sometimes cakey, fluffy, sometimes drop’like — it all depends on my mood. However, it’s always good to have a flaky buttermilk biscuit recipe in your arsenal. So, you’re welcome in advance and I hope you nail it. I tried my best to be as detailed as possible. I realize biscuit-making can be intimidating, but the concept couldn’t be simpler. As long as you remember one VERY important rule…KEEP EVERYTHING COLD AS F&#K. Seriously. Your warm balmy hands, and/or warm kitchen can destroy what we’re trying to build here — rising layers!
Tyra mail! So I got an email from “JR” asking for a biscuit recipe. I figured I’d start with a pretty basic one…the buttermilk biscuit. There are about 3 or 4 different way’s I make my biscuits, and this is one of them. With all versions, I keep the same basic principles but I may use a different kind of fat and liquid each time. Anyway, here’s one version fo you.
I love biscuits, and I love cinnamon rolls. So I decided to combine the two. This method is a whole helluva lot faster, and I’m a glutton for deliciousness! These are insane. I’m not even kidding. One bite, and everything wrong in your world will just suddenly be right. You won’t even care that your boyfriend forgot your name, or that your wife accidentally spilled nail polish remove all over your brand new iPad. Well…that might be a stretch, but you’ll at least forgive her a little faster if she makes these for you 😉
These are so good, you’ll slap your mother and ask yourself why in the hell you wasted so much time at Red Lobster when you could have been making these delicious cheesy morsels at home! I am so serious. That is not a joke.