National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is May 14
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day is May 14 and the innkeeper at WildSpring Guest Habitat, a small eco-friendly resort with amazing Pacific Ocean views on Oregon’s south coast shares a guest favorite
Big Fluffy Biscuits: Preheat oven to 475° and prepare a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
2 C flour
2 t baking powder
½ t baking soda
1 T (heaping) dark brown sugar
1 t salt
Mix 1 cup cold buttermilk with 1 stick melted, unsweetened butter, stirring with a balloon whisk until butter clumps. Let sit 5 minutes
Mix all ingredients, stirring just to moisten.
Use ¼ cup portion/ice cream scoop to drop biscuits on parchment paper. Sprinkle tops with white sugar. Bake at 475° for 11 – 13 minutes. The biscuits will will expand during cooking to be about 2 ½” diameter, and 1 ¼” high.
Use the recipe above, with the following changes: Add 1 can sliced peaches, drained well and chopped fine to the buttermilk/butter mixture
Fold into the flour mixture until well blended. (do not over mix)
Bake as directed above.
WildSpring Guest Habitat is a small, eco friendly resort in Port Orford and is the perfect location to use as your home base when visiting Oregon’s South Coast. A member of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild, WildSpring Guest Habitat sits on 5 secluded acres and offers luxury accommodations in a naturally beautiful environment. Five elegant cabin suites built like small homes are filled with with art and antiques and sit in a secluded, peaceful forest surrounded by 100-foot trees.
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