This 2 ingredient homemade biscuits recipe is a quick and easy recipe for making tasty biscuits without spending much time in the kitchen. If you need delicious and easy biscuits in a hurry, this recipe is especially handy!
Easy 2 Ingredient Homemade Biscuits Recipe
3 cups self-rising flour*
1 1/2 cups buttermilk or regular milk
1 Tbsp. sugar, optional
4 Tbsp. butter, melted, optional
Mix the flour with the milk, adding a tablespoon of sugar if you want to. Drop by large tablespoonfuls into a greased cake pan, packing each drop biscuit close together. (You can put a small amount of flour on the counter, roll and cut them out instead.)
Pour the melted butter over the top, if you’re using the butter. Bake at 450 degrees for about 20 minutes, or until the tops are lightly browned. Do not over bake.
*If you don’t have self-rising flour for this homemade biscuits recipe, you can find the recipe here.
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These are the biscuits I make all the time for my famly. My favorite flour to use is Gold Medal Self-Rising flour. They are quick and easy to make!
Great, user friendly recipes!
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I’m confused. How is this 2 ingredients? Are the other 2 optional? If so, which ones?
Yes you can easily make them with just the 2 ingredients but if you want you can add the other two. It is like having an oatmeal cookie recipe – you can make it with the ingredients listed but if you want you can add nuts or raisins. The optional ones are the sugar and butter which say optional behind them.
The green tape did it’s job, but I was a bit surprised it was so narrow the last lot I got (a few years ago) was a lot wider
It says 2 ingredient biscuit. Then the recipe has like 4 ingredients…..what am i missing here?
Everyone put butter on the biscuits but usually as there coming out of oven, sugar is a option for those that like a little sweetness..
I’ve been using these same recipe for 50 years,..no sugar though.