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It’s mid July and we’re having a Polar Vortex?!

I prefer to think of it as outdoor air conditioning.

 

Perfectly light and fluffy cheesy supper and breakfast biscuits. Make them for supper and enjoy the leftovers for breakfast in the morning. Or make breakfast sammies for supper.... our fave! Plus... I think these are way better than any restaurant's famous cheesy biscuits. They have become my family's favorite for sure.

 

Who can complain when we’re able to throw open the windows during the day and appreciate cooler evenings.

These cooler nights make it possible for us to enjoy a roasted chicken dinner one night followed up by homemade chicken soup the next evening.

A hearty homemade chicken soup is a pretty complete meal in itself, but there’s nothing like a good homemade biscuit to accompany all that soupy goodness.

 

Perfectly light and fluffy cheesy supper and breakfast biscuits. Make them for supper and enjoy the leftovers for breakfast in the morning. Or make breakfast sammies for supper.... our fave! Plus... I think these are way better than any restaurant's famous cheesy biscuits. They have become my family's favorite for sure.

 

For some time, I’ve been thinking I’d like to make cheesy biscuits. ¬†Cheesy in that I’m adding cheese…not in goofy or cheap. ūüėČ

I have a biscuit recipe that I really like and also adapt slightly for shortcake by adding sugar and extra milk.  I started with that basic recipe and tweaked it to create these super yummy Cheesy Supper and Breakfast Biscuits.

Why did I call them Cheesy Supper and Breakfast Biscuits?

 

Perfectly light and fluffy cheesy supper and breakfast biscuits. Make them for supper and enjoy the leftovers for breakfast in the morning. Or make breakfast sammies for supper.... our fave! Plus... I think these are way better than any restaurant's famous cheesy biscuits. They have become my family's favorite for sure.

 

They were so good, we knew we wanted to sink our teeth into them again. ¬†Our cheesy biscuits made the perfect bacon and egg sandwich. ¬†Oh my goodness….they were more delicious than I had even imagined.

Whether you want a light and fluffy cheesy biscuit to accompany your meal, or to make your favorite breakfast sandwich, these are extraordinary!

 


Cheesy Supper and Breakfast Biscuits

Makes: dozen 3 inch drop biscuits  ~  Preheat oven to 425 degrees

 

Ingredients and Method

  • 2 cups Flour
  • 1/2 – 3/4 teaspoon Paprika
  • 1 teaspoon Chives
  • 1 teaspoon Sugar
  • 2 heaping teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt

Mix the above ingredients together in a large mixing bowl. (affiliate link)

  • 6 tablespoons cold Butter

Slice the butter and then cut the slices in quarters.  Add to the dry ingredients above.  Using a pastry blender (affiliate link), cut the butter into the flour until the mixture is crumbly.

  • 1 cup shredded Cheese

Mix the cheese with the ingredients above.

  • 1 cup ¬†Buttermilk

(Make your own:  To a one cup measuring cup add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and top off with whole milk to make 1 cup.  Let sit 5 minutes.  Stir well.)

  • 1 Egg, beaten

With a fork, beat the egg and buttermilk together well.

Add milk and egg mixture to the bowl of dry ingredients.   Add 3/4 cup for a biscuit to roll out or 1 cup for drop biscuits.  Mix together with a fork until fully moistened, but do not over mix.  

Using a large soup or serving spoon, drop biscuit dough on a non-stick baking sheet. (affiliate link)

Sprinkle with coarse Salt.

Bake at 425 degrees for 12-15 minutes and lightly golden.

Serve immediately.

 

 

Perfectly light and fluffy cheesy supper and breakfast biscuits. Make them for supper and enjoy the leftovers for breakfast in the morning. Or make breakfast sammies for supper.... our fave! Plus... I think these are way better than any restaurant's famous cheesy biscuits. They have become my family's favorite for sure.

 

These are cheesy biscuits. ¬†Don’t fret over having the “right” cheese. ¬†Use whatever cheese you have in the house. ¬†Sharp cheddar is great, but feel free to mix your cheeses…we did.

I didn’t set out to blog about this recipe. ¬†As usual, when I placed the biscuits on the table, I made everyone wait while I grabbed my camera. ¬†This is not a foodie post with lovely food props and all. ¬†This is just a quick suppertime share that also turned out to be a breakfast share too.

Let me know if you make these Cheesy Supper and Breakfast Biscuits.
I hope you like them as much as we do.

Update: ¬†We continue to enjoy these yummy biscuits. ¬†They’re a family favorite and more often get made into breakfast sammies for supper…. because they’re quick and easy and delicious on a day a gal wants to put on her jammies when she gets home.

 

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I appreciate you and your sweet comments make my day.

Here’s extraordinary eating!
Diane

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Comments

  1. Those biscuits look so yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe ~ FlowerLady

  2. Debbi Saunders says:

    Hi Diane,
    These look delicious and think I will try them this weekend…..
    Thanks for sharing….

  3. Yum! thanks for sharing the recipe.

  4. These biscuits looks so yummmy!!!

  5. Thanks again! I shared on my wall and am anxious to try these!
    glenda kremer

  6. Now I have the recipe if I don’t have Bisquick. I had forgotten about them. Used to make them often. But never for breakfast. Now that sounds really good!!! ( I haven’t had mine yet!!)
    Love the plates and impromptu staging nonetheless!!

  7. Oh I just had to let you know a story that will bring a smile? When I first looked at blogs I noticed so many involved in the ministry of road kill rescue. I was amazed that many were involved!! Usually it is in Alaska. 27 years ago I stayed with spouse’s cousins for a fun fun visit of lots of sightseeing. One night (day?!!) she got called out and she explained she was on the road kill ministry team. My mother in law, also a butcher, went along. Someone had hit a moose or something large. They had to quickly pick it up, go to church where they were set up to cut, wrap and label the meat. The native people of that area were given the road kill to eat. And of course Jesus was shared too! I was thrilled so many of you were living where deer were blinded by headlights and its meat offered quickly to the poor…until one day I looked closer….its a pic of a chair not a deer nor moose–I do believe I made a social goof!!!

    • That is too funny Gwen! It took me a minute to figure this out and then I realized I have a button on my blog for Road Kill Rescue. Haha! I totally get it now. And….that ministry in Alaska…or wherever your mother in law lived is amazing. What a great idea.

  8. They look delicious. I love the idea of making a breakfast sandwich out of them. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  9. They sound sooo good! Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY…
    Blessings,
    Cindy

  10. These look awesome! Love me some cheesy biscuit. I could see myself eating these the next morning too :)

    Thanks for sharing!

  11. These look delicious! sheila

  12. Oooh! Got to try this recipe! :) Thank you for sharing at Tuesdays at Our Home! Have a great week! MariaÔĽŅ

  13. Yum! Cheesy biscuits! These would be great anytime.

  14. These look AMAZING, Diane! YUM!

  15. We LOVE cheese biscuits and we LOOOVE homemade breakfast sandwiches. Why oh why has it never occurred to me to combine the two? Thank you for sharing!

    • Haha!! It was a ‘duh’ moment for sure! And they are so delicious too. They just might make breakfast sammies addicting. I know for sure that I’m going to add them to my weekend menu when I host out-of-town guests.

  16. That breakfast biscuit would be amazing right now! Looks delish…I love my biscuits :-)

  17. Yum! These look amazing and I’m always in the market for a new biscuit recipe. Thanks for sharing! :)

  18. These look delicious. I love biscuits, the problem is when I make them the kids will eat all of them before I get any! I would be honored if you would share this recipe at Pin Your Friday Favorite. It goes live tonight at 10pm est.

  19. Oh my these do sound delicious, Diane, especially as a breakfast sandwich. Thank you for sharing them and your beautiful painting at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great week!

    Blessings,
    Deborah

    • Awww…thanks! I wonder why I never thought about making homemade biscuits for breakfast sandwiches before? Haha! Maybe because they’re not too good for the waistline! ūüėČ

  20. These look wonderful! Might have to try them for breakfast tomorrow! Pinned Thank you!

  21. Mmmmmm I want some right now! I live in North Carolina, so biscuits with anything down here is a winner in our book. Thanks for linking up. If I had any buttermilk, I’d run in to the kitchen and make a batch!

  22. Yummy, Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop xo

  23. Your cheese biscuits look so tempting.

    Madona

  24. This looks like the theme of my dinner: I made muffins with slices of sausage baked into them, but that also has red pepper, jalapeno, shredded carrot, and cheese in them.
    I hadn’t thought about using paprika. I will have to try this biscuit recipe.
    Stopping by from Natasha in Oz. Thanks.

  25. These cheesy biscuits look so good! And an egg sandwich on one sounds like the best thing ever! Yum!!

  26. Hi lovely lady.
    Your biscuits look so Yummy ! I need to put them in one of my Tablescapes for breakfa..
    God Bless and have a wonderful week end. ~ Diane

  27. These look so delicious Diane! I would much rather have this for breakfast than plain cereal and milk. Thanks for sharing this at Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop–this post will be one of my features for this week!

  28. These look delicious. I love cheddar biscuits.

  29. I love biscuits. All the biscuits. Thanks for sharing. Hello from Nifty Thrifty Sunday.

  30. This is wonderful! I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

  31. I love drop biscuits and can’t wait to try your recipe…oh boy…I do love me a goood biscuit.

    • BJ…I do love these biscuits. :) We even love them for breakfast! Let me know how you like them!
      All the best for an extraordinary finish to your week. :)

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