The Best Ways to Get Your Biscuit Fix

Satisfy your biscuit craving with these classic and creative recipes from Food Network.

Ree Drummond's Buscuits for Kidswap Sleepover as seen on Food Network's The Pioneer Woman

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Alice Gao, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Whether they’re for a quick breakfast or accompanying a hearty dinner, fresh biscuits make a welcome addition to any meal. You can keep it simple with classic buttermilk biscuits or try your hand at something richer by adding sausage, bacon or cheese. Check out our favorite easy-to-make biscuit recipes that won’t disappoint.

Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits (pictured above)

The Pioneer Woman’s recipe takes only 30 minutes to make and uses buttermilk, shortening and plenty of butter for a moist and flaky biscuit.

Ina Garten upgrades a classic buttermilk biscuit recipe with the addition of extra-sharp cheddar for gooey pockets of cheese in the finished product.

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For this recipe, you can skip rolling and cutting the dough; instead, Ree Drummond simply uses a spoon to drop dough onto the baking tray.

Jeff Mauro's Grapevine Kentucky Buttermilk Biscuits for Schnitel Biscuit as seen on Food Network's Sandwich King

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Jeff Mauro’s top-rated biscuits call for only four everyday ingredients, but the key to combining them is keeping the butter and buttermilk cold for flaky results.

Trisha Yearwood adds pork sausage for savory heft in her big-batch recipe. If you don’t have the self-rising flour she calls for, don’t worry — she notes that you can substitute just a few pantry ingredients.

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For something heartier, try Food Network Magazine’s recipe. The mix of thick-cut bacon with plenty of cheddar or Colby creates a rich, cheesy breakfast biscuit.

Trisha Yearwood revisits a recipe from her childhood with her dad’s buttermilk biscuits baked in a cast-iron skillet.

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A cream glaze gives these buttery biscuits a golden exterior.

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