Whole-Wheat Buttermilk Cheese Biscuits

4 Reviews / 5 Average
These biscuits are simply a slightly altered version of the original whole-wheat biscuit recipe that I posted a few months ago. Instead of using regular milk you use buttermilk and also add some cheese. It is that simple.
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Star Biscuits from 100 Days of Real FoodThese biscuits are simply a slightly altered version of the original whole-wheat biscuit recipe that I posted a few months ago. Instead of using regular milk you use buttermilk and also add some cheese. It is that simple. And delicious I might add. These biscuits also freeze very nicely in a big zip lock bag so you can pull them out one by one and defrost as needed.

 

 

 

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  1. 5 stars
    These biscuits are SO good and SO EASY! Don’t even have to lug out (or clean) the food processor! I just spread the dough out into a circle and cut into wedges, then place on a baking sheet about an inch apart. Why waste dough to make them into circles?? I also melt butter and stir in garlic powder and pour over the top after serving. Sooooo goooood.

  2. 5 stars
    I made them last night and it was sooooooo good!!! I also used the organic white whole wheat flour from King Arthur. However, I added 2 table spoons of gluten flour to make them fluffier. Thank you for sharing

  3. What do you think happens when you accidentally use twice as much butter than you were supposed to? They are in the oven now, so I guess I’ll be finding out in about ten minutes!

      1. A little dense, but super buttery and very good! Will definitely be making them again. With the correct amount of butter ;)

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      Hi Deeann. Whole Foods typically carries the full fat variety. You can also request that your local grocery carry it.

    2. You can also make your own. Just put 1 Tbs lemon juice in a 1 cup measuring cup, fill the rest with regular milk and let it sit about 5 minutes.

  4. I use my food processor to make biscuits. It is a super easy way to cut the butter in to the flour mixture. Makes them even faster and easier.