• I like the idea of this. Frozen and ready to go. You don’t have to think about it or remember to take them from the freezer to thaw. Very nice. 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, That is the best part of this recipe. I make them to have on hand when we have allot of people visiting. 🙂

  • This will be great for those mornings where i wanna make breakfast sandwiches. Only issue is the God-Awful cost of heavy cream…that stuff can run $3 a pint!!!

    • Hi Mike, that is so true. Look at buying your cream at Costco or Trader Joe’s. It is substantially less expensive there. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    With how much freezer storage I have, this is a really great idea. I may have to add this in to items I keep on hand.

    • Hi Jon, Me too. This recipe really comes in handy at this time of year. 🙂

  • Stephanie Ruby Feldman

    This is going in my recipe book!

  • Gina Baker

    I needed this biscuit recipe last week. 🙂

    • Hi Gina, Darn, well at least you have for the future… LOL

  • Tommy Tan

    Thanks for the post! Great idea for the 9 day post! Although I don’t enter the kitchen other than getting something from the fridge but I got a good blogging idea thanks to your posts! Keep up the good work!

    • Hi Tommy, Even though you’re not a kitchen person… LOL, at least I’m happy I could offer you an idea from this. 🙂

  • Unfortunately my freezer is tiny and I try to avoid keeping too many carbs on hand in the house. Biscuits have slowly become a bigger part of my dining experiences since moving to the south, which I guess is unavoidable. I bet these would go great with some Tupelo honey!

    • Hi Jeri. In the South biscuits are a mainstay of every meal… LOL. If you find yourself needing a good easy recipe for them this is the one. 🙂

  • Oh, delicious!

    • Hi Leora, They really are. I know you’d love them.

  • Kelly@ShapeDaily

    These sound awesome and I bet they’re much better than store bought biscuits any day. I always thought homemade biscuits would be difficult and messy to make but these sound easy enough especially for what I’m picturing the final product to taste like.

    • Hi Kelly, They are SOOO much better then store bought. Since finding this recipe and refining it I haven’t needed to buy the store brands. 🙂

  • Martin Casper

    Even though I am on the “Green Smoothie” train and am going vegan and alkaline with my diet, these look totally yummy. When I was an undergraduate, I went to a small private college in Washington. It was a rather small town and I had a great aunt who lived there. She was a southern lady…and now you know the rest of the story:). Love those biscuits!

    • Hi Martin, I understand. Nevertheless these have and do bring back many great memories, don’t they?

  • Those look so simple to make too… I like easy and simple 😉

    • Hi Jamie, So do I. If it’s complicated, I’m not interested… LOL. The fact that they are so simple and delicious is a true win for everyone. 🙂

  • Silly me I looked at them and thought what the hell is she on they aren’t biscuits then remembered they are what you call biscuits what we call scones……..lol Whatever you call them they look great and I bet the taste just as good I know I love scones haven’t made any in ages though

    • Hi Jo-Anne, LOL, I could hear your brain thinking that. What ever we call them, they are really good. 😀

  • It is amazing how simple biscuits are to make. For turkey day we made Goat chees and chive biscuits. Oh yeah.

  • These sound incredibly easy to make and delicious to boot. I’ll have to try and make a batch to have around. I’ll bet they’d be fabulous with everything from a bit of jam to a hearty helping of chili.

    • Hi Krystyna, They are and they go with so many things. Let me know how they turned out when you give them a try. 🙂

  • I’m a big fan of freezing ahead, so this recipe will definitely make it on my to make list. And where did you get that honey pot? It is so cute! ~Krisha

    • Thanks Krisha, I love this recipe for the very reason you mentioned. The honey pot came from Sur-la-Table. I love that store. 🙂

  • Lisa J. Jackson

    This will be the first recipe I’ve made that intends to go into the freezer. I love biscuits! Have never made any, though. I used to buy those containers that you slam onto a counter and unfurl, but it’s been years. I can make these for sure, and I can already imagine how comforting they’ll smell as they bake. thanks again!

    • Hi Lisa, Once you’ve made these biscuits you’ll never buy the unfurling kind again… LOL. They are so easy and so good AND hard to resist too. 🙂

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