Who doesn't love yummy warm biscuits right out of the oven, especially if they are great tasting and easy to make. These refrigerator biscuits are soooo easy to make and keep in the fridge all the time for when you don't have the time to make one that have to rise for hours on end. Who has that kind of time in the mornings?
Who has to know that you didn't slave away making homemade biscuits early in the morning. Just pull your batch out of your refrigerator, throw how many you want into a pan. let rise for 1 hour, then bake in the oven.
I make these for dinner a lot too. Also when I make up a batch, I always do a double batch. Yes, they are that good!
You can add herbs or cheese to these too. Just play around. I like to take melted butter, add some honey and brush the tops right after pulling them from the oven. YUMMY!
I got this recipe years ago but don't know who to credit it to, but they sure deserve a lot of credit that is for sure!
Here is what you need and what to do:
4-41/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp. salt
2 pkg. or 2 tbsp. instant yeast
1 cup very warm water
1/2 cup melted butter or margarine
3 beaten eggs
In a bowl combine 2 cups flour, sugar, salt and yeast. Blend well.
Add warm water, butter and beaten eggs.
Blend at a low speed until well mixed, continue beating for two minutes.
Stir in remaining flour by hand until you have a stiff dough.
Cover dough with a plastic wrap a refrigerate for a minimum of two hour up to 4 days.
Lightly grease two 8-9" pans. Divide dough into 12 rolls for each pan. Brush with 1 tbsp. of melted butter.
Cover and rise for one hour.
Bake in a preheated oven @ 375 for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
I'm linking this up at the following:
At The Picket Fence "My entry to At The Picket Fence's Inspiration Friday sponsored by Appliances Online and the Beko Fridge Freezers"
French Country Cottage Feathered Nest Friday
From the Heart,