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|Calories460Calories from Fat230|
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|Calories from Fat230|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Melissa McClain 21 hours ago
Just okay. A bit more dense but normal run of the mill biscuits
Saundra Gumfory 2 months ago
The first time I made these, I did not spend 2 minutes pounding them. The results were tasty, but they weren’t impressive. The second time, I pounded away and they were perfect! I baked a batch in the convection oven and another in the air fryer. The air fryer biscuits turned out much better. I freeze biscuits and reheat thawed biscuits on reheat in the air fryer. I will always keep these on hand. They are delicious. Much better than the grocery store tube of biscuits! S ( former Texan)
Z 2 months ago
Very fluffy and soft with nice layers. Used heavy cream and added a bit more liquid than it called for.
Audra 2 months ago
Best biscuits my grown children ask for them all the time
Vanessa Huerth 5 months ago
They turned out ok. My fault because I didn’t have actual buttermilk and had to substitute skim milk (eww). Next time I make these, I’ll make sure I have actual buttermilk and use salted butter instead of unsalted. Side note: Freezing the butter and grating it into the flour is a thousand times easier. 👍🏼
Bridwell 8 months ago
Amazing. Unbelievable. So delicious. I made a deconstructed chicken pot pie and these biscuits tasted amazing underneath it!
Crystal 8 months ago
Changed buttermilk to milk. Everything else I followed directions and they turned out pretty good. They are a bit dense but they taste a lot like Pilsbury biscuits and act a little bit like the "Flaky Layers" because of the folding (they open into halves pretty easily without cutting). I will be playing with this recipe a bit to make them more like how I want but as far as taste goes these are great and did well both times I made them. Once for sausage biscuits and gravy and another time for just biscuits with butter and jelly (I did increase the sugar on that attempt and again turned out great for my purposes).
Broski 8 months ago
Pretty good! Mine were a little dry, probably my fault. Good for my first try.
Sherry 10 months ago
AMAZING!!! The best biscuits I’ve ever eaten. I did mix in an additional Tbs of honey with the buttermilk and enjoyed getting that surprise of honey here and there
Kimberly a year ago
Mine came out flat but that was my error. I melted the butter which I wasn’t supposed to do and I separated them on the baking sheet. I just read that to get fluffy biscuits, the butter has to be COLD and the biscuits need to be touching each other, like bunched up to rise up. That was mentioned in the recipe, but I forgot. Maybe the air surrounding them made them cooler. If the oven isn’t hot enough it can cause the biscuits to be flat.
Mitch Harrison a year ago
Turned out great we love theses buiscuits
Jessicaann Balistreri a year ago
Good would make it again
Abbie O. a year ago
My biscuits came out totally flat and I didn't get a response from the Homesick Texan about why that might have happened.
M&M a year ago
Delicious! I didn't beat them and i used half and half and they turned out amazing!
Moran Drive a year ago
Wonderful! Very buttery
Barb Johnson a year ago
These biscuits were a huge hit with my family! Will definitely be making them again.
Blue Autumn a year ago
I tried this recipe, they turned out looking perfect ! Butt, when I did the ole taste test , I was quite disappointed ! I was rather bland , it lacked salt , the flavour was flat~ I aint gonna recommend nor share this particular recipe ! Next . . . . .
Darris Spilker a year ago
so easy and turned out amazing! will be making them again.
Christine 2 years ago
Perfect biscuits for my gravy. Grated frozen butter. Used half & half. Cut into squares and brushed with butter before baking & after. Tender, flaky and crispy on the outside. Will definitely use this recipe again.
Brian W 2 years ago
Easy to make and tasty
Carolyn C. 2 years ago
Turned out perfect. Definitely using this recipe again.
Brooke Moon 2 years ago
Biscuits turned out great! I will never buy "biscuits in a can" again.
Kylie Tingley 2 years ago
Fantastic! Didn’t use cookie cutter, just rolled into a square and cut them. Perfectly flaky.
Read 2 years ago
Delicious....loved cooking them in cast iron pan because it made them crispy,
Adriana Livingston 2 years ago
Light, fluffy just like a biscuit should be!
Matthew 2 years ago
Fantastic. I made mine too thick do not compare size of your raw dough to store bought canned biscuits. It says roll out 1/4” thick and fold. For those that are not gifted with the contractor “eye” I’d suggest going about half thickness of the store bought canned biscuits for an even baked delicious biscuit. Great recipe!!!
Lisa 2 years ago
I followed every instruction and these were not good at all tgrew them all away extremely dry and didn’t rise well
Tameem A 2 years ago
very light and yummy..turned out a little dry though. will try with cream next time. will definitely make again
Jeff Montgomery 2 years ago
Great easy biscuits will definitely make again
Betz 2 years ago
delicious! i forgot to fold them before i cut them, so mine were more like discs, but still really good. will try again and follow the instructions!