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Amazingly Delicious Buttermilk Biscuit Recipes

Amazingly Delicious Buttermilk Biscuit Recipes


So buttery; so flaky; buttermilk biscuits are in a league of their own

Spicy Sriracha Buttermilk Biscuits// Oat and Sesame

Butter is just the most miraculous ingredient, isn’t it?

The magic (read: fat) in butter can turn plain, ordinary flour into some of the best foods: pie crust, puff pastry, croissants, and, of course, biscuits.

Homemade buttermilk biscuits have a specific charm to them. They denote comfort and love, and when you make them, there is a tactile connection with your food that makes you truly appreciate the process.

The moment when you split a biscuit open at the center and the burst of steam swirls up to your nostrils is what dreams are made of. With this all in mind, for this week’s SWAT (Sharing With A Theme) I asked The Daily Meal’s network of food bloggers to send me their best buttermilk biscuit recipes for some weekend cooking inspiration.

I urge you to read through all of these submissions because they each bring something great to the table (literally and figuratively). Thanks to all the Culinary Content Network bloggers for playing!


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?


Amazing Southern Buttermilk Biscuits

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Eight simple ingredients in my southern buttermilk biscuits! These buttermilk biscuits have a gazillion flakey, buttery layers! Once you make them at home, you’ll never buy biscuits in a can again!

Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Cold grated butter, a few cups of flour, and a whole lot of love! Southern buttermilk biscuits are known for their golden brown exterior with a gazillion layers of fluffy, buttery dough tucked underneath. These buttermilk biscuits are so easy to make and take about 15 minutes of hands-on time. To be completely transparent, my recipe for homemade biscuits is probably very similar to the ones you’ve used in the past. But, there’s one ingredient that I like to use when making baked goods that really elevates the flavors and makes them so much better. Also, the most significant difference in my buttermilk biscuits recipe is the method we use. I’ll give you a few essential tips to ensure your homemade biscuits are a hit with everyone you share them with.

And is there anyone in this world that doesn’t love a good biscuit?

Biscuits! Rolls! And just bread, in general, are my kryptonite. In the years past, I’ve shared my garlic and herb butter rolls, cheddar bay biscuits, and my flakey 1-hour potato rolls with you guys and this year for Easter I thought, why not introduce you to my southern buttermilk biscuits?

Of all the dinner rolls I’ve made, I think these southern-style buttermilk biscuits are my favorite. And you know those freezer breakfast sandwiches I shared the other day? How much more delicious would they be tucked inside a homemade biscuit?