Bisquick Complete Mix – Honey-Butter Biscuits
Posted on Monday, September 30th, 2013
One of the quickest, tastiest biscuits to come out of a dry mix package (that I’ve tried so far) has got to be the Bisquick Honey-Butter Biscuits I made yesterday. They are the perfect answer to a flavorful accompaniment to a meal.
All you need for making the biscuits is ½ cup water, which is stirred into the mix until a soft dough forms. You’re supposed to see small “honey flavor pieces‘ in the dough that do not dissolve, but I didn’t. However, once you bake the biscuits (around 8 minutes) on a cookie sheet in a 450-degree oven, you will see glistening pockets of honey in the finished product.
The texture of the biscuits is light and fluffy with a slightly crunchy exterior. The honey flavor is nice – I usually drizzle it on my biscuits anyways, so this mix saves me all the trouble.
- One package of Bisquick Honey-Butter Biscuits makes 6 biscuits.
- One serving is 150 calories (50 fat calories) with 2 grams protein, thiamin (10% RDV), and folic acid (8% RDV).
Cooking Tip: The package says to bake the biscuits for 8 to 11 minutes (or until golden brown). I suggest checking at the 8-minute mark since your oven is turned up so high. I baked them for 8 minutes, and was probably 5 seconds away from burnt tops. Also, quickly remove the biscuits from the cookie sheet or you’ll risk an overcooked underside.
Cleaning Tip: Wash your cookie sheet while it’s still warm, or you’ll develop cooked-on honey glaze if you don’t.