So here we are the beginning of January 2020! As I think about resolutions, I’m trying tone way more mindful and intentional (which just happens to be my word for the year). So one of my resolutions is to eat breakfast more often. That also includes having quick and easy breakfast available for me and my family to grab.

The first thing I made in this new year is biscuits. Yes, I know they may not qualify as a healthy breakfast but I also believe that anything made at home with quality ingredients better than anything processed outside my kitchen. If combined with a healthy protein and some fruit or veggies, a biscuit breakfast can take you all the way to lunch, without temptation.

I started with my Great-Grandmother’s Biscuit recipe. It laid out most of the ingredients and these instructions:

“Work in enough flour to work out. Cut. Bake”

By the way flour was not listed as an ingredient. I was able to cull together some instructions and made some beautiful biscuits. I have given you a few more instructions. Enjoy!

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New Year Biscuits!
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New Year Biscuits!
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  1. Preheat oven to 475° In a large bowl, whisk together flour, baking soda, salt and baking powder. Grate butter, into flour mixture, on large hole side of grater box. Work in with hands. You want a coarse meal feel. Put butter/flour mixture in freezer for a few minutes, here. You want everything to be cold when you start to work it.
  2. Take bowl out of freezer and make a well in middle. Pour buttermilk into well and start to mix together with a wooden spoon or your hands. The dough will be sticky. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and knead, gently, 15 times. Add more flour if you need and start to roll out dough to 1/2" thick. Then fold in half and repeat, 5 times. This step is important because you are forming layers.
  3. Prepare a baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper. Once dough is ready to cut, use a biscuit cutter and cut straight down. Do not twist when making biscuits. Twisting forms a seal and prevent steam which prevents lots of layers of flaky goodness. Place biscuits on parchment paper about 2 inches apart.
  4. Bake at 475° for 15 minutes. Watch your biscuits. Every oven is different and you want a nice golden brown biscuit. When biscuits come out of oven brush tops with melted butter, immediately. Let cool for just 5 minutes before serving warm biscuits.
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