February 12, 2019

Buzzards on a Biscuit

Posted By: Maggie Stamper February 12, 2019
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My kids love biscuits. They would probably live off biscuits and jelly if they were given the chance. One of their favorite biscuits are Cracker Barrel biscuits. As soon as the waitress lays down a huge plate of biscuits, they swarm on them like a bunch of buzzards on a gut truck. Poor waitress never had a chance. Too graphic? Sorry! I was once charged $6 at Cracker Barrel because my kids at way too many biscuits. I actually didn't realize there was a biscuit limit at Cracker Barrel. This led me into finding a recipe that was close to Cracker Barrel's famous biscuit recipe.

One night I tried this recipe that I found from searching on the internet ALL day long. I made the recipe and placed them down on the kitchen counter. All of them came running down the steps and asked who went to Cracker Barrel. I'm glad I doubled the recipe because they were on them like a bunch of buzza…..Well, I won't say it again.

Close Cracker Barrel Biscuits

  • 2 1/4 cups Bisquick
  • 2/3 cups buttermilk
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 3 tablespoon butter, melted

Mix the Bisquick, buttermilk, and sugar together. Fold in until everything is mixed well. Drizzle 1 tablespoon of butter over the dough.
Sprinkle flour over the countertops and knead dough several times.
Roll dough out with a rolling pin. Cut out dough in 2" rounds.
Bake at 375 degrees for 10 minutes. Before the biscuits are completely done, brush the remaining melted butter onto the biscuits and return to the oven for 2 to 3 minutes.

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Maggie Stamper, Old Time Cast Iron Restoration
Hey, ya'll! I'm Maggie Stamper founder and blogger of Old Time Cast Iron. Thanks for joining me and allowing me to share some of my favorite memories, recipes, and finds with you.

I'm a wife and mother to three children. Born and raised as a farm girl in the small town of Greenbrier, Tennessee, I loved spending time with Mammie (grandmother). That's where my love for cooking started, right at her farm table which launched into cast iron skillet cooking later as a young adult.

Today, I love to blog, restore, cook, and treasure hunt for cast iron skillets. Be sure to check back in often because you'll always find something new to enjoy!

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