I told you I had been watching a lot of Youtube lately and the channel I am addicted to is Whippoorwill Holler. You can find their channel HERE.
They are a husband and wife duo with more of the wife visible than the husband. They share all sorts of recipes, gardening tips, sustainable living, and common down-home living that I love.
I aspire to be nothing in my life…just a good wife, mom, and grandma. I love domestic life. I enjoy all things that involve taking care of my family. I really don’t want to be anything more than that…and I feel like this family is much the same way.
The other day while I was watching, a recipe came up for 2 Ingredient Biscuits. It was one of those recipes that you just know won’t work when you hear it…but, you’re dumb enough to try because seriously, what if you could make biscuits with only two ingredients.
This is the video I watched.
So…the next time I was in town I got self-rising flour and cream. Those are the two ingredients. I tried it the very next day…What did we think?? Was it too good to try? Would it be an epic fail??
The verdict, WE LOVED THEM!!
They are the best biscuits I’ve ever made. Here are my two ingredients, heavy whipping cream, and self-rising flour.
The original recipe only makes 3 or 4 biscuits. With me being single, this is a double bonus.
So how were the biscuits?? AMAZING! I loved them so much that I made more and invited the kids over for biscuits and pork sausage gravy.
I didn’t grow up having biscuits. My mom never made them. Kramer’s mom made baking powder biscuits all of the time. He requested them often so I learned how to make them.
Originally I made them using my Betty Crocker cookbook. In recent years I switched to making them using a King Arthur recipe. Now, this is my recipe of choice. Not only are they easy, but SUPER tasty and flaky too. This recipe has me thinking of and wanting to make biscuits all of the time!!
So are you reading this thinking this has to be crazy…biscuits with only two ingredients?? You are right where I was when I first heard of the recipe. Give them a try. They aren’t too good to be true.