Muffin Tin Biscuits

I wanted to make some biscuits, and every recipe I was coming across was telling me to use a cookie/pastry cutter to make them and then put them on a cookie sheet.  I don’t have a cookie/pastry cutter (I will have to purchase one) and I have too much OCD in me to just make uneven blobs and put them on a sheet, so I thought that I would toss them in a muffin tin and see what happened.

They turned out pretty delicious! I also used my food processor for the entire batter making process which made this recipe 10 times easier for production and clean up.  This version is fairly sweet so add in a tsp of salt to the dry mix if you don’t care for such a sweet biscuit.  These are also by no means “diet” food, but one won’t hurt :).

Muffin Tin Biscuits

2 ½ cups flour

3 tbsp sugar

1 ½ tbsp baking powder

¾ cups butter (cold)

1 cup milk (cold)

1. Preheat oven to 400°

2.  Combine flour, sugar and baking powder in either a food processor or mixing bowl

3. Cut butter into slices and add into dry mixture.  Pulse or mix by hand.

4. Stir milk into the mixture, just enough to coat and moisten the flour.  Mixture should be lumpy

5. Put into a greased muffin tin

6. Bake for about 15 mins @ 400° or until tops are a light golden brown

Makes around 12

Per 1 biscuit:

Calories 198      Fat 12g     Carbs 24g     Protein 3g

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