There is a chill in the air and fall is definitely upon us. Yesterday was a dreary and rainy evening. During the evening hours, I was cozy watching the World Series on TV and text messaging with a friend about the events of the game and hoping our beloved Royals would rally. Sadly, they did not, but the Series isn't over yet! During our text conversation, she asked me if I had added anything to the blog lately. Well, I had to confess, that things have been busy and I have just not been feeling very creative in the kitchen and no, I haven't had an entry in several months.
The guilt set in.
I have been craving biscuits and sausage gravy for the last few days, so I decided it was time to take care of that craving, and I would leverage the basic recipes for photos and a new blog entry. I've historically not been a baking powder biscuit fan, because I've never seemed to master them. They often were more like hockey pucks rather than the light, fluffy creations I expected them to be. For these reasons, I generally take the easy way out and get a tube of biscuits from the grocery.
Well, I won't be doing that any more! This is my new go to recipe for light fluffy and flaky buttermilk biscuits that I can easily mix up with ingredients I have on hand. These biscuits are not my recipe, credit belongs to Cooking Light. I'm excited to find an easy recipe that fits my biscuit expectations and am excited to share the recipe with you.
So without further ado, here's the biscuit recipe that can be quickly pulled together for a tasty breakfast. They would be fantastic simply slathered with butter or with some jelly or a drizzle of honey.
But for the royal treatment, whip up a skillet full of gravy to make you feel warm and cozy!