Works For Me: Make-Your-Eyes-Roll-Back-In-Your-Head Biscuits


Seriously.  These biscuits are THAT good.  And THAT easy, too. 

Take approximately 3 cups of Bisquik baking mix.  Add approximately 1/2 cup brown sugar.  Slowly add milk, stirring as you go until the mix is moistened just enough to stick together in dough-y little balls (sorry I’m not more exact; I wing it every time on this). 

Form the dough into balls into a size of your choosing and flatten slightly (the dough is very sticky; it’s much easier if you moisten your hands with water first).  Bake at 425 for about 9 minutes.  Here’s a picture of the finished product:

These are SO good your family might eat them all before they make it to the table!

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34 thoughts on “Works For Me: Make-Your-Eyes-Roll-Back-In-Your-Head Biscuits

  1. Laura says:

    Oh I’m a terrible cook and baker. In fact I tried to make buns the other day and ended up throwing out the entire batch of batter because I just couldn’t get it to stick together. These though I think I might be able to handle. I will have to try it out just to see if my eyes really do roll back in my head…lol. Thanks! Laura

  2. Kilikina says:

    I’ll have to try these! glad you are back, hopefully i’ll get back into the swing of things and posting wfmw each week again.
    ps- do you actually read all the millions of wfmw people post? surely not.

  3. Mommy Dearest says:

    The brown sugar sounds awfully interesting – a little sweetness to them, huh? I might have to try this. Bread is one of those things I don’t always have time to make.

  4. KimC says:

    Oh, sounds yummy, but as a wife to a southern boy, I don’t think I’m allowed to put sugar in biscuits. That would be like (gasp!) SWEET cornbread. Yankee stuff.
    But if we called them scones…I’m in!

  5. Mom2fur says:

    For all I love to cook, I can’t make biscuits (or pie crust). I’ve only recently learned how to make gravy the right way. I just might have to try your biscuit recipe before I give up hope!

  6. kris says:

    Sorry I accidentally had to post my link twice…i forgot to put the subject in, I’ve never done this before.
    The biscuits look great, I’ll have to try that!

  7. Magi says:

    These sound really interesting. I hate rolling out and cutting biscuits. I like the idea of your method. I’ll be checking it out. Thanks!

  8. Betty says:

    Your biscuits look good. This is my first works for me Wednesday post. Thank you for hosting this. I have gotten some great ideas. YOU ROCK!

  9. Amy says:

    Welcome back, Shannon! I can’t wait to give these a try. I FINALLY got my entry up- you will see why when you visit my blog šŸ™‚ Took me a bit longer than usual!!

  10. Kathleen Marie says:

    Bisquick is one of the world’s greatest inventions! I recently made biscuits to put on top of chicken and dumpling stew. We cut them into leaves using a cookie cutter. It was so cute.

  11. Jen says:

    Tried these last night, and my apathetic-to-bread husband made a comment without being prompted on how good they were! šŸ˜€ My daughter loved them too!!! Thanks!

  12. KimC says:

    We tried these, but didn’t have the bisquick. Just made my usual biscuit recipe with brown sugar added and everyone’s eyes rolled back in their heads.
    And yes, I had to call them scones or my southern children would have tattled to my southern husband and Oh would I get it for putting sugar in the biscuits! Cuz you know, Redcoats are OK now that the American War for Independence is over, but don’t you dare cook like a Yankee!

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