Ohhhhhh, Yes Sir! We have BISCUITS!
This is really one of the only pictures that we got of these buttery, crisp and fluffy bits of biscuit heaven. We were so happy we ate them all!
Yeah, being gluten sensitive or straight up Celiac when the holidays roll around can really suck!
But when you can wrap your little pre-Thanksgiving paws around a biscuit…you feel like life just unsucked itself!
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Here is the recipe from the Biscuitscope!
This makes about 10 biscuits.
Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Biscuits like a hot oven!
- 1 cup Ottos Cassava Flour
- 6 tbsp grassfed salted butter, such as Kerrygold
- 1 tsp salt, we used sea salt (coarse ground because that’s what I had)
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- 1/2 cup grassfed raw whole milk, unpasteurized (use the best quality milk you can find if you don’t have access to this)
- 1 tsp apple cider vinegar (ACV), we used Braggs
- About 1 to 1 1/2 tbsp butter melted to drizzle over the top.
** Remember that EVERYTHING NEEDS TO BE SUPER COLD!
- In a bowl, mix together the flour, salt, and baking powder
- Measure the milk and add the ACV and let it sit for a few minutes.
- In the bowl of dry ingredients “cut” in the butter. If you’re unsure of how to do this watch the Periscope! Find us at KitchenTactics follow us on Twittter to get notified whenever we go live. Then catch replays on Katch.me/kitchentactics.
- When you have cut in the butter and it is in pea size chunks throughout the the flour, add about 2/3 of the milk and give a quick stir with a fork. If it isn’t quite “together” add the rest of the milk. Just stir until it holds together. About 2 or 3 turns of the fork. THAT’S IT!
- Now pinch off pieces the size of a golf ball and a half. Technical huh?!
- Pat lightly into a biscuit shape. Place on baking sheet about a 1/2 inch apart.
- Drizzle a little melted butter over each biscuit.
- Bake for 12 minutes.
Enjoy these fresh out of the oven. That’s really the only way to enjoy biscuits!
I learned to make biscuits watching my Mom. She learned from my grandmother. I’m sure she learned from my great-grandmother. You get the idea, lots of biscuit making in this family. The less you mess with the dough, the better the biscuit will be. Treat the dough like a Lady and leave the rough stuff for other things.
You can half this recipe to yield about 4-5 biscuits.
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