Tuesday, December 31, 2013

In The Kitchen With Cate: Butter Dip Biscuits (Original Recipe by The Country Cook)

Hello again everyone,

Today I am back with a Cooking post! Yaaay!!

I found this awesome, simple recipe for Butter Dip Biscuits from Brandie who runs The Country Cook and decided to share it with you.

These biscuits are so versatile, you can add some melted butter and eat them plain, have them as a side with dinner, or even add jam and eat them for breakfast.

Let's get on to the recipe and PICTURES!!!

*Disclaimer: This recipe is owned by Brandie and her website www.thecountrycook.net and I just recreated it. You can find the original recipe by clicking on any of the pictures below. 

First Step is to melt your Butter in your baking pan 

Add your Flour to your mixing bowl 

Add in your Sugar and Salt 

Mix Everything well

Slowly add your Buttermilk while mixing 

The Dough will begin to form (It will have a sticky texture)

Add your Dough to your baking pan and spread evenly (You will see that the butter will move and cover your Dough) 

Make sure to use a knife to cut your Dough before baking 

Brandie recommends baking at 450F for 20-25 minutes. I found around 22 to 23 minutes was perfect for me. 

I forgot to take a picture of these after they were removed from the oven, which is a testament to Brandie and this recipe because it was too delicious to wait but they should be golden brown when they are done. 

I hope you enjoyed this post and let me know if you make these biscuits and share your experiences in the comments below or tweet me pictures. 

Until next time... 

Stay Happy!!

- Cate W. 

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