Warm, flaky biscuits make any breakfast or brunch a little bit more special, especially when you cover your homemade biscuits in butter and jam (or gravy). From a classic buttermilk biscuit to savory variations like sage, these recipes are easy enough for breakfast or brunch every day.See Popular Biscuits Recipes
Arrange Signet marigold leaves on biscuit tops for a summery look and a spicy herbal flavor.
These sweet biscuits, with an option to make ahead and warm before serving, are light and tender, perfect for brunch or breakfast.
It only takes 25 minutes to get these fluffy and tasty buttermilk biscuits from the fridge to the table.
These biscuits taste great by themselves, or use the batter to make a flaky topping for a dessert cobbler.
Cut these flaky biscuits with a round biscuit cutter or glass dipped in flour between cuts. Avoid twisting the cutter and dough as you cut. For special occasions, cut stars, trees, pumpkins, and other shapes with open-end metal cookie cutters.
If you prefer your biscuits without peppery heat, choose plain Monterey Jack cheese--it has no jalapenos.
No sausage or bacon is required to make this southern breakfast sandwich a hit! Try sweet potato biscuits as the base if you can find (or make) them.
These savory cheese biscuits are delicious with chili or beef stew.
If your idea of fresh-baked biscuits includes a tube-shaped can that pops open when you give it a whack, it's time you learn how to make biscuits from scratch. Sure, those pre-made, refrigerated biscuits come in all sorts of shapes and textures, but nothing tastes as good as a fresh, flaky biscuit you've made yourself. Once you've caught on to the basics of how to make biscuits you can experiment with adding ingredients to give them your personal touch.
Ideal for beginning as well as practiced bakers, these biscuits are quick to make, moist, and flaky. Serve warm, topped with butter or jam, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Create a glazed wreath by simply dipping refrigerated biscuits with citrus butter and orange-infused sugar.
A mashed sweet potato keeps these biscuits tender and moist.
Save time by using biscuit mix to make these slightly sweet biscuits.