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    Cream biscuits.

    Did someone say biscuits? I could've sworn I heard someone say they wanted biscuits.... Well, here ya go. Cream Biscuits! Only 2 ingredients (3 if you count the slathered butter on top...hee hee)

    Just 1 and 3/4th cups of Lily white flour
    1 cup heavy whipping cream
    just a small amount of melted butter to brush on top of them before u bake them

    Just stir together and roll out and cut out

    Its the last biscuit I will ever make, they are so good, I make them and feeze them so when I get ready for them , there already made...
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    Sounds delicious..How about throwing me one of them..I am hungry!!
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    I've never heard of those before Boops, I like easy recipes!

    Is this it or something similar? Do you bake yours at 500 degrees too? That seems pretty high:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/p...ts-recipe.html

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    No, I bake mine on like 375 and when the tops are firm and the bottoms brown then I put them on broil

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    I use Bisquick or some other baking mix. That should still work. Sounds delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boops View Post
    Did someone say biscuits? I could've sworn I heard someone say they wanted biscuits.... Well, here ya go. Cream Biscuits! Only 2 ingredients (3 if you count the slathered butter on top...hee hee)

    Just 1 and 3/4th cups of Lily white flour
    1 cup heavy whipping cream
    just a small amount of melted butter to brush on top of them before u bake them

    Just stir together and roll out and cut out

    Its the last biscuit I will ever make, they are so good, I make them and feeze them so when I get ready for them , there already made...
    MMMMMMMMMMMM wonder how these would taste using Pamela's gluten free baking mix?

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    I tried these with Pamela's over the weekend...a couple of tweaks I did changed the texture but they were good..

    1. I made them small drop biscuits and this made them softer, less dense than I think they should have been.
    2. I mistakenly used regular whipping crème instead of heavy.
    3. I started out at 400 and the first batch browned on the bottom too fast but then I lowered the temp to 375 and they cooked more evenly...

    Before I mixed I found a recipe online for these using Pamela's and the recipe said the ratio of ingredients does not change so I used the same amount of flour and crème as the recipe called for.

    Thanks BOOP

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