Biscuits made without butter? We were skeptical too, but after seeing THIS recipe come together, consider us converted! These Two-Ingredient Biscuits are even fluffier than traditional versions, and they rise easily and are light-textured for a satisfying-but-not-overwhelming taste. PLUS, since there isn’t any butter in the batter, you can smear on that butter and jam without that guilt on the side! Just watch how these beautiful biscuits come together, and see if you don’t make this recipe your new bread go-to.
Follow us on Pinterest >> Tip Hero TWO-INGREDIENT BISCUITS You’ll Need How To Notes Recipe adapted from Food52
Makes 8 large biscuits
–1 ½ cups (12 ounces) self-rising flour
–1 ½ cups (12 ounces) heavy or whipping cream
Since the ratio of ingredients in this recipe is 1:1 – i.e. there are equal amounts of flour and cream – it’s totally easy to scale it up or down. You can easily double this recipe to make a whole bunch of biscuits for the whole family!
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Recipe adapted from Food52