Sunday, March 24, 2013


Six inches of wet snow on the ground
what else can a gal do !!!!

Why, she can whip up a batch of Cheesy Biscuits, right?

Served with home-made soup, yum.
Love these Snow Days ! ! ! 




Daughter Debbie sent me this recipe, 
so all the credit goes to her. 
 Especially since she brought over the cheddar chunks, cayenne pepper and sour cream yesterday when she came over for our Quilting Day.



Red Lobster's Cheese Biscuit recipe 
done in a loaf pan.
 3 cups flour
 1 Tablespoon baking powder
 1 teaspoon salt
 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
4 ounces cheddar cheese, cut into 1/4 inch cubes
1 1/4 cups milk
3/4 cup sour cream
3 Tablespoons of butter, melted
1 egg, lightly beaten

Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Grease a 9×5 loaf pan with oil.

In a bowl, whisk together the first 5 ingredients.

Carefully stir in cheese cubes until covered in flour mixture, this will help prevent your cheese sinking to the bottom of your loaf of bread.
In a different bowl, whisk together the remaining ingredients.
Fold the wet mixture into the flour and cheese mixture, stir until just combined, do not over stir.
Spread the mixture into the loaf pan.

Bake for 45-50 minutes.
Let cool 10 minutes and then remove from pan.
Allow to cool for one hour before slicing and serving.

hugs


16 comments:

  1. You just made me very hungry. Will have to try this next time the grandsons are here. They like biscuts etc.

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    1. I added some shredded Parmesan and grated Romano to make certain of a cheesy-cheesy biscuit
      This endeavor encouraged me to pull out box of cornbread muffins
      AND
      THEN a Pumpkin bread kit

      Bake, bake, bake

      You know how I love the kitchen

      Hugs

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  2. Looks delicious!!! I can smell the garlic!!!
    Stay safe and warm!

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    1. Yum
      And sooooooo many calories

      Hip, hip, HIPS

      hugs

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  3. Okay, no garlic in the recipe, but there could be, then I'd smell it ;)

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    1. Oh, why didn't I add some of my newly bought Garlic Powder
      Next time !

      Hugs

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  4. Those look yummy - be right over :-)

    I can't believe you guys got that much snow!

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    1. Gail, come on down, there's plenty left.

      Six inches
      But it's dropping off the trees and driveways are beginning to melt
      Of course, that'll mean ice overnight and into tomorrow

      Probably last snow for the season
      Won't be missed

      Hugs

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  5. Oh man, those biscuits look fantastic! I really wish I had some cheese on hand, but I'm all out! I'm so glad that you are keeping warm and well fed through this lingering winter.

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    1. Oh, mercy. Now I know why I don't bake or cook.
      How can I not eat what I create?

      Snow is melting, but more is beginning to fall from the sky.

      You're not missing anything here in the mid-west :^)

      hugs

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    1. Well, most of all I Don't Cook
      howevvvveeerrr, sometime there comes along a recipe that just won't let me pass it up.

      How do ya spell CALORIES ! ! ! ! ! !

      I won't begin to tell you what else was baked yesterday ! ! !

      hugs

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  7. Oh my gosh...if it wasn't for the snow I would be right over.

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    1. Oh, my gosh - - - - - wish you could
      there are more biscuits left
      just begging for my attention.

      hugs

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  8. Now I am worried. Cooking?!!! Baking?!!! Aaaaaaaah, now I get it, you are crafting in the kitchen. If we call cooking something else then it's not cooking 8^) That recipe looks different from the one my cousin sent to me 8-9 years ago. This one looks better and I agree with Paula, a little garlic powder will do just the trick to make them smell even better. Yep, we had another lovely Spring Day on Wooded Lane Road, too. I shoveled white stuff for over an hour. Phil sure got it wrong this year. But we have to admit that it sure is beautiful.

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    1. I don't what you are talking about, Dianna :*)
      Yes, baking, slow-cooking BBQ chuck roast, slow-cooking yummy turkey stock veggie soup.
      Oh, yes, CRAFTING IN THE KITCHEN WITH GERRY ! ! ! a new video cast coming to your local wi-fi soon - - - - - - NOT ! ! ! ! ! !

      Actually I just bought garlic powder last week for my soup

      Our drive was cleared by afternoon.
      Easy Peasy.
      No Sweat.
      The same fellow who cleaned it last snow stopped by and did it once again this snow.

      I really wanted to see a new fallen snow one more time. It's a winter wonder land when it happens.

      hugs

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