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Drop Biscuits

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My hubby is recovering from a surgery and I like to spoil my family when they aren’t feeling their best. I asked him what he wanted for breakfast and the only thing that sounded good to him was gravy and biscuits.

I’ll be honest, I didn’t really want to make a big mess in my kitchen with making homemade biscuits, but then I remembered I hadn’t made drop biscuits in a long time. It solves the problem because it’s quicker and all the mess is contained in your bowl.

To make drop biscuits, you will need:

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

Ingredients

2 C Self-Rising flour

6 tbsp cold butter

3 tbsp sour cream

1/2 C + 2 tbsp milk

1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

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2. Add your butter to your flour and cut in using a pastry blender, your hands, or a food processor.

Drop biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com3. Add your sour cream and milk. Stir until combined. Your dough will be very sticky.

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

4. Lay a piece of parchment paper (or lightly grease your pan) on a cookie sheet and drop dough by the spoonfuls about 1 1/2 inches apart. I used a large cookie dough scoop and it worked beautifully.

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

5. Put in the center of your oven and bake for about 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown.

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

They are rustic, light, buttery, and delicious!

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

Hubby wanted gravy over his and I opted for butter and local raw honey. Try with our Country Gravy or our Southern Sausage Gravy.

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

Drop Biscuits- SouthernGalsCook.com

Variation suggestion:

*Add a handful or two of shredded sharp cheddar cheese and 2 tbsp of chopped chives in Step 3. Would be great with stews and soups.

*Spoon macerated berries with a dollop of whipped topping over the biscuit makes an excellent dessert!

 

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