You have been such wonderful readers this week for Farmhouse Week! And your comments…how thoughtful they have been! These posts have been looooooong, but today I have a short and sweet recipe I want to share with you.
These are the best and the easiest little biscuits to make, and they are good with ham and eggs for breakfast or pork tenderloin and vegetables for dinner. They are so buttery tasting; I promise you will not need to butter them when you get them on your plate. Have I sold you on them yet? I’ve seen a lot of pins lately on Pinterest for recipes that claim to be the easiest, and they call for 4 ingredients. Well this 3 ingredient recipe has them beat!
This is all you are going to need:
And this is how they turn out:
Here’s the recipe:
I am assuming you know that “melt in the microwave” means the butter – not the bowl as my literal minded husband would tell me to be more specific about! (That’s what happens when you marry an engineer.) You could make these in the larger muffin pans, or you could try them as drop biscuits on a cookie sheet. Obviously, the cooking time and temperature would need to be adjusted if you do that.
Yes, that is a jar of Callaway Garden’s muscadine sauce in the photo above! It is delicious on these biscuits, but let me tell you about that jar. My dad and I are fighting over it. You see, the only place you can get it is at Callaway Gardens itself or order it from them online. I told my mom I needed one jar for a blog post. She said they were all out of it too and happened to mention it to my dad. His reply? Well….I do have one jar hidden away. You read that right…hidden away. It is that good, and sadly, I have to return the jar to him. (I only used a little bit, Daddy!)
So remember, today is the last day to enter for tonight’s drawing for the trio of muscadine treats from Callaway Gardens. You can see all the details at the bottom of the post from Farmhouse Week day 1.
*****giveaway is now closed*****
Here are today’s thought provokingquestions for you to talk about in the comments…
Do you make biscuits?
If you do, are you the roll-out-the-dough sort of biscuit maker or a drop-the-dough sort?
I’d love to hear from you, and I’ll be back tomorrow with the winner of the drawing!