Ingredients

How to make it

  • Measure flour,sugar, baking powder, and salt into mixing bowl. Stir to blend completely
  • Add butter and working with your hands, completely blend with flour until flour resembles course corn meal.
  • Add milk and blend completely
  • Add cheeses, herbs and spices, add it all. Don't blend after each addition. Just put all herbs and spices into bowl and blend completely after all the herbs are in the bowl..
  • Blend completely.
  • At this point you can make rolled biscuite or make drip biscuits
  • I have a muffin pan that makes very LARGE muffins.
  • I use an ice cream scoop and put a dollop the size of a tennis ball into iach muffin compartment.
  • You can roll them, cut and make normal size biscuits or you can put dollops of dough whatever size you prefer on a cookie sheet and bake
  • If the biscuits are of normal size, bake 450* for 10 minutes or until golden.
  • If you are making oversized biscuits bake longer, until top is golden.
  • When they are done, remove from oven and remove from cookie sheet.
  • This recipe will make 24 regular size or about 12 extra large biscits
  • I invented this recipe the other night while I was looking at a batch of biscuit dough. On further thought, I am wondering, how about changing some of the cheese to finely shredded pepper jack cheese?
  • Also, the bacon salt, if you want to go all bacon salt, omit the 2 tsp of salt in the first part of the recipe and just add 3 tsp of bacon salt.
  • If you can't get bacon salt , just skip the extra 1 tsp of salt and go for 2 tsp.
  • Oh, I also forgot Dill. That might be a good addition.
  • Or some chopped jalapenos.
  • If you can't find bacon salt, just add some cooked crumbled bacon, or sausage.

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  • kittens 7 years ago
    Thank you, ml2c, hope you like them.
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  • mommyluvs2cook 7 years ago
    These are on my list to try!!! I love your description of these! Can't wait to taste them!
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  • kittens 7 years ago
    Thank you all for the very kind words.
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  • hezzytantcook 7 years ago
    Oh my goodness! I'll have to work my way up to this one. Not ready for it juuuuuuust yet. But when I am, good to know where to look for it!
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    " It was excellent "
    brianna ate it and said...
    I just have to try these. They sound soooo good. 5 forks
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  • kittens 7 years ago
    If you can't find bacon salt, how about just adding some cooked, crumbled bacon.
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  • lizzconn 7 years ago
    Sounds amazing! What is bacon salt and what if I can't locate it?
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  • kittens 7 years ago
    Thank you Grandma. I hope you get to try them.
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great post wonderful recipe high5
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  • kittens 7 years ago
    I'm in Boise, Idaho and our Albertson's has it. Also if you are in a state where there is a WinCo, they slso have it. It is exactly like a regular season salt but it smells and tastes just like bacon. A good way for someone on a no fat and low cholestrol diet to get a taste of bacon. Just sprinkle on your eggs and you've got bacon n' eggs. They have a web site. Just type in Bacon salt and see what happens. Good luck.
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  • lovebreezy 7 years ago
    Many of my best relationships are with food, lol. I have heard mention of bacon salt before, where can I find it?
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    Thanks for your answer -- I'll check out Albertson's then the site. No WinCos here in Colorado.
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