Who loves super quick & easy recipes? Now that the holidays are behind us I thought life would slow down just a bit. But you know, it’s busier than ever.
Seems it is harder & harder to get everyone to the table altogether these days so I try to keep things quick & easy to make the odds a little better that we can all dine together. Recipes like these 3-Ingredient Skillet Biscuits are just perfect when you are tight on time.
These are so easy that I often let the kids handle it while I work on the main dish. They love helping in the kitchen & I always welcome some extra sets of hands.
3-Ingredient Skillet Biscuits
All you’ll need is butter, buttermilk & self-rising flour for these biscuits. Now, if you don’t have buttermilk, you can add 1 tbsp of vinegar to your measuring cup & then fill with milk to the 1 cup mark. Then just let it sit for about 5 minutes.
The milk will look a little frothy, which means it’s ready. This ratio is perfect for creating your own buttermilk. I also keep powdered buttermilk on hand because I never know when I’ll need some for recipes like this.
We actually make this recipe a lot because we can do it on short notice. It only takes about 25 minutes or so, which is great for those times when I forgot to make my one-hour dinner rolls that we usually pair with a lot of our meals. These are super quick & are oh so DELICIOUS!
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Mmmmm these 3-Ingredient Skillet Biscuits are great with soups, stews, meats & so much more.
I hope you love them as much as we do!
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- 2-1/4 cups self-rising flour
- 1 stick 1/2 cup cold butter- cubed
- 1 cup buttermilk
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
- In a large bowl, combine ingredients & stir with a rubber spatula until flour is incorporated (10-15 seconds)
- Use a cookie scoop to portion out rounded portions into a greased/seasoned cast iron skillet
- Bake 16-18 minutes
- Brush with butter after removing from oven
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