Everything you dream about in a biscuit is here -- flaky layers, buttermilk flavor, and buttery browned tops. We recommend serving them piping hot with honey, preserves, or a light slather of butter.
Pack your favorite bruschetta toppings -- we like spinach, basil, dried tomatoes, and olives -- into savory biscuits topped with feta cheese and pine nuts.
Stack cinnamon-sugar biscuit strips accordion-style, and watch them artfully puff and separate as they bake. A lacy drizzle of icing makes them irresistible.
Serve a bouquet of biscuit blossoms for your next dinner. No rolling or biscuit cutters needed; just hand-roll the buttermilk-and-onion dough into small balls and place three in each muffin cup with a mini-tomato center.
For the best of both worlds -- convenient and homemade -- start with a biscuit mix and stir in a bit more personality. Whirl cottage cheese, milk, and honey in the blender and add along with poppy seeds to the mix.
These light and airy biscuits are often termed angel biscuits, because they call for yeast and have a short rise step. The icebox title comes from the fact that you can chill the dough for up to three days before baking.
Add fruity biscuits to your morning lineup. These cranberry-studded quick breads use a carton of orange yogurt for flavor and richness.
Smaller biscuits sit atop larger ones to make clever bonnets that shine with an egg-yolk wash. The recipe makes two dozen, so keep it in mind for entertaining or freeze some for another occasion.
Sweet potatoes -- fresh or canned -- color and flavor these rich, flaky rounds. Garnish each one with a fresh sage leaf before baking if you like.
Combine whole wheat flour, oats, and whole bran cereal with plump, fresh blueberries for a drop biscuit that's easy and healthy.
You can bake these biscuits outdoors on the grill, making them a yummy option for camping, picnicking, or backyard barbecues. Bring along your favorite jam, or split the biscuits and stuff them with sandwich fillings or scrambled eggs and Canadian bacon.
These peppery, cheese-filled squares pair well with soup or salad for a simple dinner.