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These two-ingredient biscuits have one of the lowest effort-to-greatness ratios of any recipe I can think of. They take practically no effort or practice to pull off, yet produce some of the lightest, tenderest, tastiest biscuits around. Self-rising flour is softer than standard wheat flour which ...


We discovered this old recipe while searching for a very, very quick dinner bread. We had just about half an hour, and we had forgotten to start a loaf of No-Knead the night before. We were browsing through AllRecipes, and this recipe for two-ingredient biscuits came up very highly ranked.


Easy 2 Ingredient Homemade Biscuits Recipe. 3 cups self-rising flour* 1 1/2 cups buttermilk or regular milk 1 Tbsp. sugar, optional 4 Tbsp. butter, melted, optional. Mix the flour with the milk, adding a tablespoon of sugar if you want to. Drop by large tablespoonfuls into a greased cake pan, packing each drop biscuit close together.


It’s miraculous to make a biscuit with only two ingredients, particularly when making such an impressive biscuit, light and tender, capable of convincing anyone that the cook was born holding a biscuit bowl. This recipe is a good fallback for anyone who hasn’t made a biscuit for a while or has ...


Every week -- often with your help -- Food52's Executive Editor Kristen Miglore is unearthing recipes that are nothing short of genius. Today: How to turn 2 ingredients into perfect biscuits in less time than it takes to drink your coffee.Extra genius points: The formula is so simple, you'll probably never need to look it up again.


This biscuit recipe uses just two ingredients to produce tender, flaky, and delicious biscuits every time. A cream biscuit recipe definitely is a cook’s treasure! This incredible cream biscuit recipe comes together in a snap with just two simple ingredients, self-rising flour and cream. That’s ...


These 2-Ingredient Cream Biscuits are the easiest, fluffiest homemade biscuits ever! Just self rising flour and heavy cream with melted butter on top! Some of y’all might remember reading my post last week about my trip to Nashville for the Southern Baking Retreat. It was such an amazing trip in ...


This recipe is also easily customizable. Think of these biscuits as an opportunity to use up what’s in the fridge, adding herbs, shredded cheese, chopped ham, crumbled bacon, snipped sun-dried tomatoes, or even chopped olives to the dough before baking.