Category: Biscuits

White Cheddar & Chive Scones

Posted: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 in Baking, Biscuits, Bloggers, Recipes
Scone Dough on Cutting Board 2

Holiday baking, isn’t it the best? With Thanksgiving just around the corner, my head is flooded with sweet recipe ideas, from fruit galettes to pumpkin coffeecake. But if you’re looking for a bread recipe that’s both cheesy and savory, then I have the recipe for you: savory scones. You might be thinking to yourself: “Savory…
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Classic Biscuits and Gravy

Posted: Friday, July 8, 2016 in Back of Can Recipe, Baking, Biscuits, Bloggers, Breakfast

This biscuits and gravy recipe is super simple to make and packed full of flavor. It’s perfect for breakfast or breakfast for dinner. We generally have sausage in the freezer, so its a great meal to make as we have all the ingredients on hand. It also doesn’t take long to prepare or cook, so…
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Top 10 Recipes of 2015

Posted: Monday, December 28, 2015 in Baking, Biscuits, Family-Friendly, Recipes, Top Faves

A year of sweets, holiday favorites and of course, biscuits! As another year wraps up, so does another year of dinner menus, sweet desserts, holiday parties and kitchen memories. At Clabber Girl, we like to offer you as many recipes as we possibly can to make your baking experiences memorable and delicious. Here are the…
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Easy Stuffed Biscuits

Posted: Monday, November 2, 2015 in Biscuits, Family-Friendly

Homemade dinner for your busy weeknight This recipe is so easy and versatile. It’s a variation on a classic biscuit recipe and the biscuits bake up beautifully – golden brown and tender. Although the dough is sticky at first, once you incorporate more flour as you knead it, the dough becomes smooth and easy to…
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Thanksgiving Bread Basket

What will be in your bread basket? The turkey gets a lot of talk. The stuffing is carefully seasoned. The pie crusts are delicately rolled out and the pumpkin filling properly spiced. But what about the bread? For some, Grandma’s age-old yeast roll recipe is a Thanksgiving must, while others stick to buttermilk biscuits or…
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Everything is Better on a Biscuit

Posted: Friday, April 24, 2015 in Biscuits

Biscuits: they’re for more than just gravy Everyone knows biscuits. They’re that friend you call when you’re moving, the neighbors who’re just as good for a cup of milk as they are for sharing dessert, that favorite aunt or uncle with whom you shared everything. Biscuits have a reputation for being a side to something,…
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Breakfast Better (and save money!)

Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 in Baking, Biscuits, Breakfast, Family-Friendly

Not only do made-from-scratch recipes taste better, but they’re better for your wallet too! It’s Tax Day and money is on everyone’s mind. Whether you’re expecting to get a refund or to pay a few additional fees, start your day off right with a big, hearty and delicious breakfast. It will give you the energy…
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Beer Bread: Baking in the Spirit of Fall

  Even though Oktoberfest celebrations around the world came to a close, we’re still inspired to raise our glasses to new ways to enjoy beer – in our bread! From afternoon tailgating to Halloween parties and fall festivals, we welcome beer’s rich malt in the fall, often accented by seasonal flavors like pumpkin or warm vanilla. Whether…
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Secrets to Using a Cast-Iron Skillet

Posted: Monday, October 6, 2014 in Baking, Biscuits, Cake, Cooking, Dessert, Recipes, Seasonal Baking

Inexpensive and durable, naturally nonstick and nearly indestructible, cast-iron skillets are a kitchen essential. They last for generations, so the same skillet that brought you grandma’s juicy fried chicken now helps you whip up a decadent Apple Pecan Skillet Cake. The best part? The more you use it, the better it gets. Cast-irons season over time. The…
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Top 3 Biscuit Mistakes

Posted: Thursday, August 7, 2014 in Biscuits, Kitchen Tips/Tricks, Recipes
Skillet Biscuits

It’s almost Sunday morning – time for biscuits! The mouth-watering smell of rising dough fills the house. Every second the aroma strengthens, enticing you to nibble on that flaky, buttery goodness. The timer goes off and you eagerly open the oven door, only to feel your mitt-clad hand lower and your mouth dry up. The…
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