Kentucky Biscuits

I love bread so when I get a hold of a bread recipe, I lock it up tight.  These are really good and are one of my favorite type of biscuits.  Note that I said biscuits, not rolls.  There is a difference!  I used to make these for the cowboys all the time and got pretty good “reviews” from them:)  With that said, here we go……..


Kentucky Biscuits


By Chef101 Published: March 2, 2008

    I love bread so when I get a hold of a bread recipe, I lock it up tight.  These are really good and are one of my favorite type of …


    • 2 cups flour
    • 1 1/2 tsp baking powder
    • 1/2 tsp baking soda
    • 2 tablespoons sugar
    • dash of salt
    • 1/2 cup butter
    • 3/4 cup buttermilk Don't have buttermilk? No prob, just add 1 or 2 Tbls of vinegar to milk.


    1. Mix dry ingredients.
    2. Cut in butter, add milk and knead into soft dough. Do not over knead!
    3. Pat into a ungreased 6x6 pan. I use a pie pan myself so you can use whatever.
    4. Cut into serving size portions before you cook.
    5. Bake at 400' for 15 to 20 minutes or until done and golden brown.

      Copyright © A Cowboy's Wife


      SUPER EASY, HUH?!  OH, so good:)

      The first picture is of the ingredients but they are a bit blurry since I was trying to show off my neon bronc rider light!!  Sorry ’bout that;)





      VERY easy to make and it’s really good.  I hope you all enjoy!  If you want it as a sweeter treat, just add more sugar and eat it with honey! OH YEAH!

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      1. Denise says

        I made there Kentucky Biscuits today and they are great! Even my husband who doesn’t like biscuits eat some. They are so easy to make and I will be making them more often.

      2. melinda says

        These are excellent. So easy! Made these tonight, and we loved them. I used a Pie. Plate as you did, great. This recipe is a keeper.

      3. Cathy says

        I just made these biscuits and let me tell you, my husband and i could not stop eating them!!!!!! They were so light. My husband likes small biscuits { like the small ones in the can } so i patted the dough out and used a small cutter, put alittle bacon grease in my cast iron pan and put my little biscuits in it. and presto! little biscuits!!!!! NO MORE CANNED BISCUITS FOR US!

      4. Laura says

        My God, these are good! I’ve already eaten two out of the pan, and now I’m planning what I can make to go with them, so I can make them again soon! Thank you for sharing!

      5. Martha says

        Biscuit making is one of my fondest memories of my Gramma. I have never made biscuits before. I tried this recipe today. I think I was worried about over kneading and maybe didn’t knead enough. Anyway, mine weren’t anywhere near as pretty as yours. I going to try again when I’m home alone! Any suggestions for a first timer?