Holy Biscuits…How is everyone doing? How is your time social distancing and being at home going? In my house we are good…day by day. One fo the good things about being home more is I ma baking and cooking more…so I hope you are ready for some new recipes!
It is Biscuit Time!
I don’t know about you but I am always down for a good biscuit. Whether it be in the morning or at dinner biscuits are ALWAYS a good idea. They are good with gravy, jam, honey or just butter.
I mean can you think of a time when biscuits are not a good idea?
You copied someones biscuits recipe?
YES I DID and I am giving her 100% of the credit. This recipe is 100% Joanna Gaines recipe from her cookbook. As you probably know I do not typically use another person’s recipe but this one was too good not to use.
For a while I have been looking at biscuit recipes and wanting to find my go to recipe and so I tried this one as an inspiration recipe…well it turned into my FAVORITE biscuit recipe. Trust me I was shocked, but so glad I tried it!
No Rolling Pin Needed
I love making homemade biscuits but honestly I hate rolling out the dough. I can’t tell you why it bothers me so much but I really do hate it. I realize though that for most biscuits they need to be rolled out so I accepted it and had my rolling pin handy when I started looking at this recipe.
Well much to my surprise no rolling pin is needed. You just pat the dough out after it has chilled… LOVE IT!
Chilling is a MUST!
Chilling the dough is what makes these biscuits so GOOD. Chilling allows the butter to harden back up and then when you bake them it helps create super fluffy, but still very satisfying, biscuit. I also love the little bits of butter you get in each bite… trust me it is so, so GOOD!
I need to make another batch of these ASAP!
MAKE THESE BISCUITS NOW!
Joanna Gaines & Chelle Chelle
These rich, fluffy and buttery biscuits are my new favorite. I love that you can prepare the dough the night before making the morning so much easier. Trust me these will be your go to recipe, and there is no rolling pin needed... THANK YOU JOANNA!