Biscuits Can Win His Heart!


We all have our secret ways...the ones that we know will please our mates.
Sometimes they are small habits or yummy foods that make them feel loved.

This simple recipe is one of my secrets.
Honestly, I could serve Smoked Shoe Heel and my husband would be happy as long as 
 these biscuits come with it. :)


This only takes 3 simple ingredients that I bet you have in your kitchen.
Five minutes prep time and bake.


I have no idea the origin of this recipe but I'm guessing it was a Bisquick box.
In my humble opinion, the recipes on boxes and jars are often the best.


The biscuits come out golden and delicious. 
And seriously, with butter and sour cream - they just melt in your mouth.
These are so wonderful you can serve them to company any day of the week.



Do you have a secret recipe that's always a winner?


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25 comments

  1. I love Bisquick biscuits but this one with the sour cream is new to me / will have to try it out next time! :)

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  2. My family has never met a biscuit they didn't like! Thank you for a wonderful, simple, tried and true recipe!

    L-

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  3. I never have any luck making biscuits, but this recipe gives me renewed hope that I CAN do it!

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  4. My man loves his biscuits and I love how easy these are! A friend of mine always says "Well butter my biscuits!" Great recipe!!

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  5. I love the idea of the addition of sour cream. On more than one occasion I didn;t make biscuits because I was low on milk. This is brilliant!

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  6. Sounds like a good recipe. I am going to share a secret. When we first got married I could not make biscuits. Hubby called them hockey pucks. He learned to make the best biscuits when he worked at a diner when he was young so he is the one that makes the biscuits in our house. After years of experimenting I can make good biscuits too, but only my Mom knew it. I want Hubby to always think that is he the only one that makes good biscuits in our home. HA! HA!

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  7. I will have a full house for breakfast this weekend. My sons are coming up and bringing friends. I know they will love these!

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  8. Stacey,
    For years I made biscuits using Bisquick, but now just buy the frozen ones. For just one or two people, it's easy to take a few out of the freezer. I love the addition of sour cream in your biscuit recipe and will remember this recipe the next time I make biscuits for a crowd.

    I love being part of new beginnings. They always bring renewed vitality to living. Botanic Bleu will be part of the new TOHOT, but probably not right at 6 a.m. I am not a morning person, unless you count 2 a.m.
    Sending you all good vibrations for a great first TOHOT.

    See you tomorrow on the blog, but will miss celebrating with you all in person in McKinney.

    Judith

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  9. Hot biscuits with butter sound so dreamy! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  10. I'm totally making these! I have all the ingredients on hand already. :) I always use parchment paper (so I don't have to grease the pan) when baking biscuits, cookies, etc. Do you think I could just line the cookie sheet with parchment paper instead of greasing the pan?

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  11. I want to try this recipe! And I will share with my daughter and grand. Both love to cook! Sheila

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  12. Okay, I've made those for years but the sour cream is a new addition. I'll have to try it.

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  13. I don't have a secret recipe to share but, when my hubby was alive, he made the family Bisquick biscuits almost every weekend and ... YUM!!! It's the simple things! Blessings, Cindy

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  14. I love biscuits! I could never make them. Then i taught myself how a few years ago and was so proud of myself!! Lol i make buttermilk biscuits and cut them out and then freeze batches and its just as easy to take out 2-4 for breakfast or supper as needed and throw them into the oven....presto---hot homemade biscuits.

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  15. Hi Stacey,
    I love that these are called Magic Biscuits! :)
    This recipe looks so simple and yummy! And you are right, things that we would have on hand! I am going to try these on the weekend!
    I have a few tried and true recipes that work every time, ones that are not complicated either.
    Happy almost weekend! Hugs, Kimberley

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  16. I use Bisquick too and often use buttermilk. That or sour cream makes them so delish! Sometimes I roll them out and cut with decorative cutters for a special breakfast or brunch.

    xo
    Pat

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  17. oh yum!! your shoe heel comment cracked me up!! i need to make this!

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  18. Okay! I totally pined that! :)
    ~Liz

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  19. Those biscuits sound and look delicious, Stacey! I should try them since Bisquick has a gluten free version now.

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  20. I love this recipe! My hubs makes these on occasion and we gobble them up! You really can't go wrong with sour cream, butter and bisquick. ha Thanks for sharing at Your Inspired Design!

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  21. I make this very recipe all the time...you might know of MY love of a good biscuit....:)

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    1. This is a low-down-lie...I haven't added sour cream...always milk...til today...

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  22. Oh yum,, I like nothing better than warm biscuits and honey! I would be drooling by now if I hadn’t eaten a half bag of Halloween candy! Enjoy your evening dear Stacey!!

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  23. I made your Magic Biscuits and "I ain't gonna tell how many I ate."
    My lord, they are awesome...
    They didn't look all that pretty...but oh the taste more than made up for their looks...gonna do a post on them, linking back to your blog...is that ok ?? I feel like it's my DUTY to spread the GOODNESS of these little treasures....xoxo

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