Recipe: $1.40 | Per Serving: $0.18 | Yield: 8 Biscuits
EASY YOGURT BISCUITS. Seriously. 4 ingredients. Prepare to have your mind blown.
I've made these several times, varying the amount of yogurt, adding sweetener, adding baking soda, etc. But I'm happy to say that this very simple version works very well. The yogurt makes the biscuits a little sour, which I love, and you seriously can't mess them up. Go ahead and use bread flour, or add a little extra yogurt. Replace half the yogurt with butter (!!!) or butter them up while they're warm. Add some honey and blueberries, or swap part of the whole wheat flour for regular. THEY'RE SO EASY.
My favorite way to enjoy these babies is fresh from the oven (or lightly toasted) with butter. But they made a cameo about a year ago when I made Raspberry Chia Jam, and I highly recommend that combination as well.
Bear in mind that this basic recipe doesn't contain any sweetener, so go ahead and adjust your toppings accordingly. They're not fluffy, flakey buttermilk biscuits. They're maybe a little more like scones? But they're easy enough that anyone, YES, ANYONE, can make them.
- 2 cups whole wheat flour
- 1 Tablespoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 cup Greek yogurt + 1 T water
- Combine all ingredients in large bowl and stir until combined.
- Form into 8 equal biscuits and place on baking sheet. (I usually use parchment paper, but even without it, they never seem to stick, so you shouldn't need any oil.)
- Bake on 450 for 10 minutes, or until slightly risen and golden.
Feel free to increase the yogurt for a stickier dough, and slightly fluffier biscuits! You can also add ¼ cup of melted butter, or stir in frozen berries and a few Tablespoons of honey.