Oil Of Joy: Biscuits, Beautiful Biscuits (FP ~ S)

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Biscuits, Beautiful Biscuits (FP ~ S)

Biscuits
Fluffy, Warm
Enjoying, Eating, Buttering, 
Fuel Pull, Satisfying, Rich, Golden
Melting, Drizzling, Pooling
Delicious, Joy
Butter




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I just made up a poem (a diamante to be exact, even if it is not technically perfect) about biscuits just for you. :)
I felt these deserved a poem, because they're beautiful and delicious and 2 of them are just inching in to the Fuel Pull category. However, if you want another one, just think of it as an S. A very Satisfying S. Enjoy these with butter, slather on some slim belly jelly....dip it in soup....mmmmm.....


These beautiful little biscuits are egg free!! They can be dairy free! These DO use baking blend and I do not know how to sub for that, I am sorry. Since I am unable to use the THM brand (I have a sensitivity to almonds) I made Run Amok Mamas version, it's wonderful! I subbed hazelnut flour for the almond.

Unbelievable Baking Powder Biscuits
Makes 6 biscuit
Serving size 2 for FP (edging close to an S)

1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
2 Tablespoons hard butter (very cold, straight out of the fridge) **
1/2 cup on plan milk of choice
4 Tablespoons water

Preheat oven to 425 degrees
Combine dry ingredients. I use a cheese grater and grate my cold butter right into the dry ingredients. Mix until combined. Add milk and water, stir just until combined, but don't over stir!
I use a scoop and scoop out 6 beautiful biscuits. I use a baking sheet that has air in between two layers to help prevent burning. To keep from sticking I also use a Non Stick Silicone Sheet, or you can use parchment paper.

Bake for 18-20 minutes until just starting to get golden on top.

** I am sure you could cut in some coconut oil here for the butter, if you want that butter taste, add a little butter extract/flavoring to the liquids.



                             My favorite baking sheets are this style, they help prevent burning!

                                                                      

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ENJOY!!

With Joy ~ Tina

11 comments:

  1. These are the biscuit-iest biscuit I've had since starting THM, and that is SUCH a joyful thing! I'm totally hoarding my Baking Blend now just for biscuits. Tonight, we're starting a batch to turn into Sausage Biscuit Sandwiches for breakfast tomorrow morning, and that will make EVERYONE happy!

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  2. Tina, Could you make these without butter if you cannot tolerate dairy? Thanks for this recipe! :)

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    1. hmmm..I would think coconut oil would work in these, )

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    1. Ive never tried, my guess is it would work, I know my grandmas rolls freeze and defrost beautifully, so I think these would. Now I have to try it! :)

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  4. Pleasantly surprised how good these were. Other THM biscuits weren't good at all. This will for sure be added to my tried and true list.

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    1. Yay! So glad to hear you enjoyed them! :)

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  5. I don't have any THM baking blend yet... Is there a substitute blend I can use?

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    1. I wouldn't know what to sub them with. I make my own using the RunAmok Mama recipe from her blog. :)
      Super easy to make too!

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  6. These are delicious! Thank you so much!

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  7. I made these using coconut oil and added minced garlic and nutritional yeast. Boy, were they a hit!! Thanks so much for the recipe. We'll be doing a lot of creating around here using your recipe as a base. Thanks so much!!

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