Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Grandma Barton's Biscuits

Our family loves this recipe. It is wonderful with soup or beans. Very easy!

8 c. flour
8 tsp. baking powder
4 tsp. salt
1 c. mayonnaise
4 c. milk

Mix all together with a fork. Bake in greased muffin pans at 425 for 15 minutes.

8 comments:

Krissy Cooper said...

Hey Abbie,
Looks great! Thanks for sharing. I will try that on a busy night when I need a 'quickie' bread/side for soup. We have soup very often in the winter, so I will probably have a chance to make them soon. :-) Also, since we will have five extra mouths to feed from the 20th to the 28th, and I volunteered to do the cooking while they are here, I might welcome a quick and easy 'something'!!! => Not that I am complaining, I am looking forward to it.
ttys,
krissy

Emily McDonnell said...

Looks like a great recipe! I'll ask Mom if I can make some this afternoon, and then I'll tell you how I like them! -Emmy Mae

Krissy Cooper said...

Abbie,
I was looking at the recipe more closely, and noticed that it called for 8 cups of flour. I was wondering if you knew approximately how many biscuits you would get? How much dough do you put in the muffin cups? 1/2 full??
Thanks,
krissy

Krissy Cooper said...

Emily,
Did you make them? If so, how did they turn out?
ttyl,
krissy

Abbie Sikma said...

Hmmm...the approximate amount of biscuits....I thing it's something like 28 to 32. Excellent side with soup. BTW: I will also be posting another bicuit recipe soon!

Krissy Cooper said...

Thanks, Abbie!!!

Emily said...

Abby & Krissy,

Hi! Yes I did make them! They are good! I acually made the recipe smaller just so we could try it! Thanks Abs! -Emily

Abbie Sikma said...

Glad you enjoyed them!