Strawberry Biscuits

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These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

This strawberry biscuit recipe is so easy to make. These are actually really similar to the Popeyes strawberry biscuits that they had a while back. We live for Popeyes almost Sundays, and Allen feeds all the guys at the farm Popeyes chicken every Sunday if they are working. 

I have these biscuits posted in a country blueberry version as well. They’re really simple. Once you get the hang of it, it can be thrown together in no time.



These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

Equipment You’ll Need

You obviously need a small cast-iron skillet for this recipe. I use cast iron for everything. I have a big stack of them that I just leave on top of my stove at all times. I use my 6 1/2 inch one for this recipe makes about six regular size biscuits. Y’all also probably need some measuring cups for your milk and flour and a bowl to make some altogether.



These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

Ingredients You’ll Need

Flour:

You obviously need flour for this recipe. I used 2 cups of regular white flour.

Shortening:

I used 2 tablespoons of Crisco. This is what you substitute with butter I just like the Crisco in this recipe it’s obviously not the healthiest option but there’s no cutting or freezing any butter it’s just straight Crisco very easy.

Baking Soda:

You’ll need a baking soda to help the biscuits rise.

Sugar:

You’ll need about two tablespoons of sugar this sweeten up the dough. This also makes a sweeter flavor to go along with the strawberries.

Buttermilk:

You’ll need a cup of buttermilk. You could use regular milk if you don’t have any but they may not rise as much.

Strawberries:

You’ll need about a cup of fresh cut strawberries. You’ll just fold them in your dough.

Butter:

I like to melt a half stick of butter and pour it over the top of these biscuits before baking. I just feel like it adds to the flavor. I do this for most all my biscuit recipes.

Glaze:

For your glaze topping, you’ll just need a cup of powdered sugar, some vanilla extract and a few tablespoons of milk.



These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

How to Make These Strawberry Biscuits

Step One:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a large bowl, sift and combine all dry ingredients.

Step two:

Add in strawberries, shortening and buttermilk. Slowly work together dough with your fingers and hands. Use extra flour if needed.

Step three:

Grease your skillet, then form dough into balls and add to the skillet. Pour melted butter over the top then bake for about 20 minutes until golden brown.

Step four:

In a separate bowl, mix together ingredients for the glaze and drizzle on top while the biscuits are still warm. Serve and enjoy!



Strawberry Biscuits

These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 
Servings 6 biscuits

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cup Flour
  • 1/4 tsp Baking Soda
  • 2 tbsp Sugar
  • 2 tbsp Crisco or Shortening
  • 1 cup Buttermilk
  • 1 cup Chopped Strawberries
  • 4 tbsp Butter
Glaze
  • 1 cup Powdered Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 2-3 tbsp Milk

Instructions
 

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a large bowl, sift and combine all dry ingredients.
  • Add in strawberries, shortening and buttermilk. Slowly work together dough with your fingers and hands. Use extra flour if needed.
  • Grease your skillet, then form dough into balls and add to the skillet. Pour melted butter over the top then bake for about 20 minutes until golden brown.
  • In a separate bowl, mix together ingredients for the glaze and drizzle on top while the biscuits are still warm. Serve and enjoy!
These strawberry biscuits are one of my favorites. If you’ve been following my page, you know I have a tried-and-true buttermilk cathead biscuit recipe. These strawberry biscuits are that exact recipe with sugar and fresh cut strawberries folded in. I topped with a vanilla and powdered sugar glaze just to add the perfect touch. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or any time of day. 

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