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Easy and delicious biscuits

I love cooking for my family on the weekends but I’m not much of a baker. In fact, I haven’t baked much since my high school days. As a freshmen, I took a cooking class and learned how to bake biscuits. Ever since then, I’ve been addicted to the flaky melt-in-your-mouth treats.

When I saw that there was a biscuit recipe in the Magnolia Table cookbook by Joanna Gaines, I knew I had to give it a try. The recipe was easy to follow and there was enough to bake half and save half (freeze unbaked) to enjoy later.

Here’s a copy of the biscuit recipe:

If you’re thinking of making some, here are my two tips:

1. Use cold butter and thoroughly cut the butter into pea sized pieces. Do not melt the butter.

2. Do not over mix the dry and wet ingredients.

Do you like to bake? What other recipes have you tried in the Magnolia Table cook book? I would recommend the banana bread recipe, especially if you have ripe bananas to use up.

Banana bread
Banana Bread

Other posts you may be interested in: 10 tips to help you survive the weeknight dinner challenge, 7 simple tips for taking and preserving great photos

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-Melissa
Happy Chic Mom, a blog for moms

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