Quick and Simple Chive Biscuits


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Today, I have a super duper easy recipe for you. By simple, I mean you can’t mess this up. Period. Biscuit making is an art. If you don’t do everything correctly, you can end up with super flat hard as a rock biscuits. It has happened to me many times before. BUT, if you’re not a snob, and especially if you want to cut down on some work, the solution for perfect biscuits every time in under 15 minutes is..dundundun….Bisquick! You can find the real stuff, or store brand in pretty much any store.

I don’t know what is is about Bisquick, but they always come out perfect. It’s also really simple to add your favorite herbs and whatnot to create a little twist, e.g., chive biscuits! Let’s get right to it!

 

Ingredients:

1 handful of chives, chopped finely

2/3 cup milk

2 1/4 cup Bisquick

 

To Make:

Preheat oven to 450. Add all the ingredients together and mix until you get a dough. Knead for one minute. Roll the dough out on a floured surface to 1/2 inch thickness. Using biscuit cutters or just a cup, cut out the biscuits. Put on a cookie sheet and bake for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown! That’s it! So simple!

 

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5 responses to “Quick and Simple Chive Biscuits

  1. That sure is a super quick recipe- chive biscuits do sound yum! Haven’t tried bisquick- should..soon! Love your pictures. The sun is finally out! 🙂

  2. Wah, I have no idea what bisquick is?! I need to find some… foolproof baking tips are like gold in my house! Love the chive addition. Yum (and to echo the above comments, yay for Spring sunshine! Hope that you’re loving the change of season Whit!) x

  3. Those fresh chives look very tempting! I have come across Bisquick in the aisles of grocery stores, but have never bought it. So, is it unsweetened flour, is it salty too?

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