Easy as 1-2-3 buttermilk biscuits

Most people think making homemade buttermilk biscuits is an all day process. Child, no it’s not. It takes 3 simple ingredients and about 20 minutes. These biscuits are so light, fluffy and buttery you will NEVER buy canned biscuits again. Ya hear me? NEVER!

M’s on ice -Gucci Mane * I do not own the rights to this music*


  • 2 cups White Lily self rising flour—I swear by this brand for biscuits and you should too!
  • 1 cup whole milk buttermilk
  • 8 tablespoons of salted butter –cubed. Make sure it’s really cold or frozen.
  • Pastry blender–or a fork
  • a biscuit cutter or rim of a glass


  1. Preheat oven to 450
  2. Cut 6 tablespoons of butter into cubes. Save the other 2 ounces for brushing on top of biscuits.
  3. Add Flour to a bowl and cut in your cubed butter (The youtube video below shows you how to cut butter into flour). Your flour should resemble crumbs once done.
  4. Make a well in the flour and add your buttermilk. Gently fold the flour into the buttermilk until all combined. Yes, the dough is sticky–don’t worry.
  5. Add flour to clean counter top and put the dough on top.
  6. Flour your hands a little and fold the dough into layers and then flatten the dough.
  7. Using a floured biscuit cutter or rim of a glass, cut out your biscuits. Do not twist the cutter or glass. It should be a down and up motion.
  8. Add your biscuits to a cookie sheet, I like baking mine in my cast iron skillet.
  9. Bake 15 mintues.
  10. Butter the tops.
I like to eat mine with bacon, egg and cheese. Yummy!

3 Comments Add yours

  1. Honestly this looks so much better than any fast food biscuit out there!! O-M-G


    1. Because they are better. Go ahead and make you some sis! lol

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