Butter Dip Biscuits

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Try out this great recipe for Butter Dip Biscuits. Recipes with biscuit dough are pretty easy to come by on the internet these days when you are looking for fun and easy baking recipes. What most people do not realize that are entirely off of eating bread, is so much of what makes us feel good and bad with the food we eat is in part to do with the quality of ingredients. The highly processed varieties of baked goods are not only stripped of their nutrients through highly chemical processes, but then they are 'enhanced' with preservatives and colors to make us buy them and to make them look fresher when they sit on grocery store shelves for days and days. These chemicals and preservatives are part of the reason so many people tend to be allergic to the types of breads you buy in bags on the grocery store shelves. When people would make bread from scratch in history, the grains were processed lightly and still had all of their nutrition in tact. Some people even sprouted the grains by soaking them in water to make them more easily digestible. Our digestive systems respond better to the more natural ingredients that they know how to process and digest more than the types of processed products that have added chemicals that the body might not know exactly what to do with. So if you are going to eat bread, it is best that you make it yourself at home with fun and easy baking recipes like this one.

This biscuit recipe is fantastic because they are made with very classic ingredients much like bread ingredients for a bread recipe, so you have the option to buy organic for the whole recipe if you like. The key to making recipes with biscuit dough, which is discussed in much greater detail on the website, is using the buttermilk. If you do not have buttermilk sitting in your fridge then you can make your own buttermilk with the addition of vinegar or lemon and some time to do it's thing and create homemade buttermilk. The buttermilk is what add such a great flavour to your biscuits and is usually not something that is in normal bread ingredients because bread recipes are needed to be much lighter. These fluffy and light biscuits are delicious with sweet jam and also as a side to a more savory meal like stew. As with all pastries like this one, it is best served just a little bit warmed up. Oh, and what is even better for some of you, is that the original recipe was a Betty Crocker recipe that has been slightly modified and adapted.

There are so many recipes with biscuit dough as an ingredient too. So instead of having to buy the more processed version of the pre made biscuit dough, you can whip up this biscuit dough recipe to use in making the recipes with biscuit dough. You can make awesome recipes with biscuit dough like waffles and chicken with bacon, or cinnamon cardamom sugar doughnuts, even some garlic knots that would make a great appetizer recipe or a side recipe. There is even a recipe for hand held philly cheese steak sandwiches or spicy chicken and cheese sandwich recipes that would make a great lunch recipe. There are so many pull apart bread recipes you can make with biscuit dough too, like monkey pull apart bread recipes, cheesy pull apart bread recipes and garlic pull apart bread recipes. Or how about a pot pie recipe? The options are endless with biscuit dough. Thank you to Brandie from The Country Cook food blog for this yummy recipe for Butter Dip Bistuits.*

Nutrition Facts for: Butter Dip Biscuits From The Country Cook
Ingredients: All purpose flour, butter, granulated sugar, baking powder, buttermilk.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 9 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 90, Calories from Fat 92, Total Fat 10.2g 16%, Saturated Fat 6.5g 32%, Cholesterol 27mg 9%, Sodium 72mg 3%, Potassium 3mg 0%, Carbohydrates 0.0g 0%, Dietary Fiber 0.0g 0%, Sugars 0.0g, Protein 0.1g, Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 0%, Iron 0%

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