Looking for a great bisquick biscuit recipe? Here you go! You'll love how simple this '2 ingredient biscuits' recipe is and how lovely it turns out. Just to clarify, what we're talking about are good 'ol American or Southern style biscuits that are tall, layered, flaky, melt-in-your-mouth tender, and delicious. A perfect accompaniment for breakfast, lunch, supper or for a satisfying snack any time of the day or night!
One of the two ingredients that this quick and easy Bisquick Biscuit recipe calls for is, as the title suggests, Bisquick. You may not have any on hand, but that's no problem! Before going any further, have a quick visit to our Homemade Bisquick Mix page and make yourself some!
This quick and versatile recipe is very simple to make, and you probably already have all the ingredients in your pantry! We provide modification suggestions for dietary needs. After trying it, we're convinced that you won't run out to the grocery store for a box of Bisquick again!
Since "Bisquick" originally derived its name from combining the words "quick" and "biscuits", you can see for yourself if it lives up to its name.
Now it's time to give your Homemade Bisquick Mix a try! Whip yourself up a batch of good 'ole flaky biscuits. And before your start making them, have a look at some important tips and tricks on how to make perfect biscuits!
That's what we did, and they were flaky, soft, buttery, and delicious. And they're so simple to make! This is the perfect biscuit recipe to throw together when you want something easy, fast and satisfying.
Don't be afraid to be adventuresome and creative! When you make this Bisquick Biscuit Recipe, you might like to add a savory touch to your biscuits, perhaps to accompany a hardy bowl of soup for supper?
Add a cup of grated cheddar cheese, a small sprinkle of garlic or onion powder, and/or a couple dashes of your favorite herbs to the Homemade Bisquick Mix before adding in the milk. Explore your own taste preferences!
Or perhaps you've got a sweet tooth. Add a generous handful of chocolate chips, or some cut, dried fruit and walnuts with a dash of cinnamon, to the Bisquick mixture just before adding the milk. Before serving them, you can top them off with a thin drizzle of icing for a simple dessert.
After pursuing your creative hankerings, simply proceed with adding the milk, folding and patting, cutting, and baking your biscuits as you would if they were plain old fashioned homemade biscuits. Enjoy!
Why bake twice when you can bake once? Besides, in many cases, leftovers are often even better! Cooking or baking double batches saves time and energy, and enables you to enjoy the leftovers later. But is this true of biscuits as well?
Two questions often asked are: How long do biscuits last? And, what is the best way to store biscuits?
The shelf life of biscuits depends on how and where you store them. There are 3 different ways to store your yummy leftover homemade biscuits. Depending on when you're planning on enjoying them again, you can store them at room temperature or in the refrigerator, and you can also freeze them.
If you plan on eating them soon, the best way to store biscuits is either on a plate covered with cling wrap, in a closed plastic bag, or in another type of airtight container. This is to prevent them from drying out and getting stale. Just make sure that the biscuits are fully cooled before covering them in an airtight container. Unless it very hot and humid where you are, you can keep your freshly baked biscuits as described, at room temperature, for up to 3 days or so.
You can also keep them in a covered container in the fridge where your biscuits should be good for up to a week.
And if you're wondering how to reheat biscuits, simply pop them into a toaster oven for a few minutes! We'll often cut them in half and warm then in our regular toaster for a bit. Then comes the butter and whatever else is your favorite thing to slather on them.
And can you freeze homemade biscuits as well? Yes! Here's how to freeze homemade biscuits to save them for up to 3 months: Make sure your biscuits are fully cooled. Pack them carefully into a freezer bag, removing as much air as possible, or into another air-tighter container.
Some have asked, can you freeze biscuit dough before baking them? Yes! You can freeze biscuits either before or after you've baked them! Here's how to freeze homemade biscuits so that they can go straight from the freezer into to your oven for baking: After rolling or patting out your biscuit dough, cut your biscuits in rounds, squares, or triangles, however you prefer.
Arrange them on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Cover the baking sheet with plastic wrap and place it into your freezer. Once the biscuits are completely frozen, you can transfer them to a large freezer bag or other type of airtight container and don't forget to label and date it. It's as easy as that!
This will work great with Our Best Bisquick Biscuit Recipe above. So, make a double or triple batch while you're at it so that your next batch of homemade biscuits can simply be popped straight from the freezer to the oven!
Another great thing about freezing biscuits before baking them is that you can bake only as many as you need. Looking for quick, toasty snack? Or, do you need just 3 or 4 biscuits for just yourself or you and your significant other? You've got them at your fingertips, ready to pop into the oven.
After your oven has been preheated to 450°F, arrange them so that they're very close to each other. Bake them for 10 - 13 min. Enjoy your freshly-baked, homemade biscuits!
And while we're on the subject of biscuits, do you know difference between biscuits and scones?
Scones go way back in British culture and are as common in the UK as flaky, buttery, homemade buttermilk biscuits are to the United States.
And, while there are many similarities, there is actually a difference between scones and biscuits.
The main differences between biscuits and scones are in their textures and flavors: biscuits tend to be more buttery, light and flaky, whereas scones are more dense, crumbly, often more sweet and chock full with various fruits, nuts or other good things.
Also, biscuit recipes don't typically call for an egg, while scones do. This contributes to a texture that is a bit heavier, but not too dry.
Can you make scones using our Homemade Bisquick Mix? Yes, you can! Here are some recipes for scones, several of which call for Bisquick baking mix.
We'd be interested in knowing which you like better, biscuits or scones, and why.
So, now that you know how to make perfect biscuits, you'll want to share these quick and easy homemade biscuits with family and friends. We're convinced that not only will they enjoy them, but they'll be impressed with your wonderfully easy old fashioned homemade biscuits!