An easy and delicious addition to your supper!
I love bread.
It’s just as simple as that. I like to blame it on my mom. I can’t remember a time growing up when we didn’t have bread with a meal. Meat, potatoes, a vegetable and, of course, bread. It’s just what we did.
Croissants, French bread, Italian bread, rolls, biscuits, Yorkshire pudding – I don’t discriminate.
The only thing better than this bread is the smell that will come from the oven while you are baking it!
Now that it is officially Fall, I can start decorating my house and plant a few mums and pansies on my front porch. I guess Fall is my favorite time because I feel like my house has been deprived of decorations and warmth since Christmas. Fall is also the time for all things APPLES!
I’ve felt a bit like Bubba from Forrest Gump this month with all of my apple recipes…apple this and apple that, apples baked this way and apples baked that way. But aren’t apples the best? They are the most versatile fruit and I love using fruits that are in season.
3 cups self-rising flour
1.5 cups buttermilk
1 tablespoon sugar, optional
4 tablespoons butter, melted, optional
Heat the oven to 450°F. Lightly grease a round cake pan.
Mix the flour with the milk, adding a tablespoon of sugar if you want to. Drop by large tablespoonfuls into the greased cake pan, packing each drop biscuit close together. Pour the melted butter over top, if using.
Bake for about 20 minutes, or until tops lightly brown. Do not over bake; the bottoms will get crusty and hard.
These may not be your grandma’s homemade biscuits but they really are easy and very tasty. We have made them a few times now and are always amazed they taste so good with such little effort. So enjoy and spend more time with your family at the table instead of cooking in the kitchen. Better yet, let the kids be in charge of these…yes they are that easy!
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