Fall’s New Best Friend: Buttery Skillet Biscuits

My family has always loved biscuits. Especially in the Fall alongside a hearty soup, stew or chili. Biscuits seem to be sort of a Right of Passage into Fall.

When Amy and I were diagnosed with Celiac Disease we were disappointed with every biscuit recipe and/or mix that we tried. Then, when I started creating our recipes for Gluten-Free Prairie, I found that my All Purpose Flour Blend made a great little biscuit and they quickly became a staple during the cooler months. For that recipe, I cooked them on the stove top.

And they were really good. But I still kept trying to improve on the recipe. One evening we really wanted biscuits – but it had been a long day in the Bakery and I was ready to be done baking. Then I had an idea…. I had some of our Fresh Pizza Dough in the fridge. I crumbled the dough into the food processor, added a cup of sour cream and 3/4 cube of butter. After a few pulses the dough looked like cottage cheese. I dropped the biscuits into a hot cast-iron skillet where they immediately started to sizzle as the butter melted into the skillet. About 17 minutes later we were rewarded with these buttery little gems!

They were an instant HIT!

Fall's New Best Friend: Buttery Skillet Biscuits
Recipe type: Biscuits
Cuisine: Any
The perfect Biscuit using Gluten-Free Prairie's Pizza Dough? This super simple failsafe biscuit recipe is so versatile, it's sure to be a go-to throughout the year.
  • Prepare GFP Pizza dough from mix – or set out our Fresh Dough Ball for 15 min, or close to room temp..
  • Put 12 in cast iron in the oven set to 425 degrees.
  1. Cut up ¾ stick of butter
  2. Measure out 1 cup of plain yogurt.
  3. Assemble: Crumble fresh dough ball (equal to ½ Pizza mix) into the processor. Add the butter and yogurt on top and pulse about 5-7 times. The consistency should look like cottage cheese.
  4. Finally using a large soup spoon drop the dough onto the hot skillet (where it will immediately start to sizzle as the butter melts into the skillet.)
  5. Put it back in the oven for about 17 min.

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Deb on combine



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