16 Homemade Biscuits That Would Make Grandma Proud

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You can’t go wrong with homemade biscuits and these are some of the best biscuit recipes you’ll find. Each one produces fluffy, hearty biscuits that will leave you feeling totally satisfied at the end of the meal. Enjoy with grandma’s blessing!

1. Mile-High Buttermilk Biscuits

These buttermilk biscuits reach up to the skies, and the taste is big as well. They are made from classic ingredients and are baked up to perfection. You can’t go wrong with these whenever you need a batch of biscuits. They’re ultra-fluffy!

2. Classic Flakey Biscuits

If flakey biscuits are what you’re searching for, this is the recipe to follow. They’re traditional, so grandma would approve, and they use a special blend of ingredients that insures they’ll come out extra flakey and tasty. In just about 15 minutes you’ll have these ready for the table.

3. Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits

These buttermilk biscuits will have you reaching for the jam so you can gobble them up! They are the perfect texture and they’re what you think of when you picture an amazing biscuit. A bit of buttermilk makes sure they come out just right every time.

4. Gluten-Free Biscuits

Grandma might not have worried about gluten in her biscuits but she’d surely be on board with this recipe if you’re trying to keep gluten out of your food. They have all of the taste of old school biscuits, but without the gluten to slow you down.

5. Fluffy Tea Biscuits

They may be called scones across the pond, but here we call them biscuits, and these fluffy tea biscuits are sure to become a regular fixture in your weekly menu planning. They smell amazing when they’re in the oven, and use a concise list of ingredients to make them up.

6. Roasted Garlic Cheddar Biscuits

These biscuits are infused with the flavor of roasted garlic, and they have cheddar cheese added so they come out tasting savory and delicious. They might take a little longer to make, but it’s worth it. Make them when they’ll complement a main dish, such as roasted chicken or steak.

7. Mayonnaise Biscuits

The secret ingredient in these biscuits isn’t so secret, it’s mayo. This helps them come out tasting great, with just 3 other ingredients, and one of them is optional. These are so simple you won’t believe how good they taste, and you’ll wonder why other biscuit recipes are so complex.

8. 3 Ingredient Buttermilk Biscuits

Just three ingredients in these biscuits, so you can make them up in a jiffy any time you need to add a side to your meal. Flour, butter, and buttermilk is all you really need to make biscuits that turn out looking and tasting like the good old days.

9. Cat Head Biscuits

The name of these biscuits comes from their size, each biscuit being about the size of a cat’s head. That’s pretty big, and these are sure to satisfy with a hearty size and classic ingredients. You won’t regret making these, and they’ll satisfy your biscuit craving until it surfaces again.

10. Easy Cheesy Garlic Biscuits

Cheesy garlic is a great combination, and these biscuits are going to be the house favorite if you serve them up for dinner tonight. They’re really easy to make, using garlic powder instead of actual garlic, and shredded cheddar cheese so you just add it with the other ingredients.

11. Drop Biscuits

This recipe originated from Better Homes and Gardens, so you know it’s got “classic” written all over it. It gets its name because you literally drop the dough onto the baking sheet, so you don’t have to get fancy here. The results speak for themselves, yummy, flakey, and buttery.

12. Bacon-Scallion Biscuits

It’s almost an unfair advantage to use bacon in your biscuits, because they’re sure to be the most savory biscuits ever. Pairing the bacon up with scallions means you’re going to get plenty of flavor in each bite of biscuit, and each one is almost a meal in itself.

13. 7UP Biscuits

These biscuits use a cup of 7UP to bring additional flavor and to provide fluffiness thanks to the carbonation. They say you’ll be hooked after one bite, and these are some of the most innovative biscuits we’ve found, so why not give them a try and see how they taste?

14. Honey Whole Wheat Biscuits

If you prefer whole wheat biscuits this is the best recipe we’ve found so far that provides all of the savory taste of a traditional biscuit, but with whole wheat. They may come out with a thicker consistency, but the taste is amazing and you’ll be satisfied.

15. Paleo Biscuits

You don’t have to be on the Paleo diet in order to borrow one of their recipes. These biscuits don’t use any all-purpose flour or dairy, but they come out tasting fantastic nonetheless. Grandma might not have made hers these way, but surely she’d give the thumbs up.

16. Cheddar Biscuits

These cheddar biscuits are similar to the kind you find at Red Lobster, and you may have trouble stopping yourself at just one. The reason they come out so delicious is they’ve cracked the code on the ingredients, and each one adds to the end result.

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  1. Thanks so much for featuring my Roasted Garlic Cheddar Biscuits! This is an awesome line-up of biscuit recipes!

  2. I had egg wash left over I sure as everyone did! So I added more eggs and a little more milk and tadah scrabbled eggs!!!!

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