Time for breakfast this morning and a decision to use Trader Joe’s (sour!) mango kefir as the sour liquid for biscuits along with some cinnamon and golden raisins in the dough. They turned out even bigger than usual and, naturally, tasty with a crunchy shell. Because the kefir is thicker than milk, it was necessary … More Cinnamon & Golden Raisin Biscuits with Kefir
Skipping over my last idea for the “next” cinnamon-y biscuit (which was to make all six of a batch — rather than one or two — of the super-fast biscuits into the double-decker crunchy, buttery Cinnamon Biscuits*) came a brainstorm last night for these. I did a search for a recipe online and found none! … More Oh, yes I did. New! Coffee Cake Biscuits!
Yep, I can’t help myself. My versions of cinnamon buttermilk biscuits began with a mere cinnamon-sugar sprinkle on the top of a biscuit, then a sprinkle in the middle and and top. The last experiment introduced a small pat of butter in the middle underneath the cinnamon sugar to test whether the biscuit could be … More Never-ending Experiments with Cinnamon Biscuits, Now with Cranberries and Butter Tops
A chilly early morning and out of buttermilk biscuits for breakfast? Time to make more and entertain a little experiment with the single cinnamon biscuit** that I make with each batch of my super-speedy biscuits*. Even though I always divide the dough for that special biscuit to put cinnamon sugar in the middle and top, … More Experimento: Butter Inside Cinnamon Biscuit
You know the Google ads that follow you around when you’re online? You’ve clicked on something momentarily of interest and next thing you know, here come the ads meant to tempt you to buy the same thing or a similar thing. Once I noticed that happening, I decided what ads would routinely appear in the … More Cinnamon Sugar Biscuits
If you’ve made a German chocolate cake, then you know it takes 8 egg yolks and 4 egg whites with 4 egg whites left over, leaving a decision to be made for using the extra whites. I decided to substitute half of them for an egg in each of two batches of Super speedy baking … More Chemistry? Egg whites, canned milk, baking powder biscuits & Cranberry Lolly scones.
The last of the can of sweetened condensed milk — around 2 Tablespoons used in substitution for sugar and part of the milk — has helped to turn the apartment into a lovely, fragrant morning space. I went to the store yesterday to acquire the orange, then reached into the fridge this morning for a … More Cranberry Lolly & Orange Scones, Now with Sweetened Condensed Milk
There’s a half can of sweetened condensed milk left over from Emergency Brownies* a couple days ago, and unlike the days when I stirred it into cups of coffee in an early upscale coffee shop in Bahrain from behind the counter as a 16-year old, I lost my taste for coffee sweetened in that fashion, … More Speedy Baking Powder Biscuits Made with Sweetened Condensed Milk & Full Moon
Waking up to a crispy Saturday morning and still no furnace, I popped the oven on to 425 degrees and decided it’s a good day for an experiment with a buttermilk biscuit made with half unbleached white and half whole grain flour. Since I had a gift of Bluebird Grain Farms Pasayten hard white flour … More Super Fast Buttermilk Biscuits with Hard White Wheat Flour: my recipe
I’d made my version of baking powder biscuits and had fresh strawberries in the fridge, intending on strawberry shortcake for breakfast yesterday morning, but it didn’t happen. Later in the day, watching DVR’d qualifying for Formula 1 Spain, I remembered that I also had a bit of leftover raspberry ice cream* made in a small … More Raspberry Ice Cream with Strawberry Shortcake