Just-Add-Water Instant Buttermilk Biscuit, Scone, and Shortcake Mix. Limit 1.
To make shortcakes, add two tablespoons granulated sugar to the mix.
Make hot buttermilk biscuits in minutes!
"This mix makes very good biscuits, tastes like the homemade biscuits my mother used to make."--Katie
"Normally my kids won't eat my biscuits. My daughter calls them meteorites. This mix is as easy as the store bought brand, but with this mix, my biscuits turn out how they're supposed to. Light, fluffy, yum."--Crystal
"Absolutely love these "just add water" biscuits. They don't get any better than these!!"--Marilyn Reed
"Don't hesitate to try these biscuits........I fancy myself a pretty good baker but could never make biscuits like my mother-in-law until I found this mix........so easy and so good."--Helen F."
These are some of the nicest, lightest, fluffiest biscuits around. And they are so easy to make. Empty the package, add water, cut the biscuits and bake. It's that easy!
- Just add water and stir
- Pat the dough on the counter with your hands until it is about 1-inch thick
- Cut it into squares or use a biscuit cutter
- Place them on a floured cookie sheet about 1/2-inch apart
- Bake until they are slightly burnished with a gold color
- It only takes 5 minutes or so to get your biscuits in the oven
- Each package makes eight tall, attractive biscuits.
You don't have to cut butter or shortening into the flour with a pastry blender. These really are quick and simple.
Add biscuits to your table as good as any diner!
I often cut my biscuits like scones into squares triangles so that I don't have drop to rework into more biscuits. Try patting your dough into a circle and cut wedges like a pie, using the edges of your knife to press against the edges and create straight edges.
Now your biscuits are almost as easy as making toast.
Since baking takes ten or twelve minutes, allow yourself about 15 minutes and you'll have hot biscuits fresh from the oven.
Put several of these in your cart, add water, and make perfect biscuits.