Looking for an easily portioned, super fast, super yummy bread-type item to go with your bowl of chili, cheesy pasta, or for breakfast? These biscuits definitely fit the bill. The batch mixes up in minutes and they don’t even have to be rolled out and cut – just drop them onto cookie sheets and bake. I used a 1/4 cup cookie/ice cream disher for mine, scooped the dough onto the sheet pan and then froze them solid, about 30 minutes. I then kept a few out for us to have with dinner, and sealed the rest into a zip-top freezer bag. When you are ready to have fresh biscuits, just take the frozen lumps of dough, set them on a sheet pan, and bake them for about 20 minutes – perfect, fresh, warm biscuits, without any work! I followed the recipe exactly, except for the fact that I didn’t have any smoked sweet paprika – I just used regular sweet paprika, and they turned out wonderfully!
Daily Archives: February 4, 2009
Yesterday we drove down to Wisconsin Dells to the Kalahari Resort (link will play music – awful music). This was set up by John and Sarah as a chance for the immediate family to get together and have some fun. John, Sarah, Travis, Luke, Niki, Justin and I all shared two rooms (upgrade to suites upon arrival!) and had a blast going between the Indoor Theme Park and the Indoor Water Park. We rode the go-karts, braved the ropes course, won tickets on “ski-ball” and “Deal or No Deal”, and played many games of laser tag at the Theme Park. The water park was a blamy 75-80 degrees and we enjoyed our time in the wave pool, floating around the lazy river, and zipping down the water slides. We are definitely worn out from all the activities, but we had a great time.