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    Country Style Biscuts 1 pt each
    I make these every Sunday for breakfast. This is a old time recipe, this was given to me by an older freind of mine and when she grew up they did not have alot of things on hand like we do today. So this is how they always made them. and sometime just flour and milk. Anyway, This is a great recipe.

    Country Style Biscuts

    Serving Size : 6 1 point each


    1 cup flour, self-rising (WR band if you can find it)
    1/8 teaspoon baking soda
    1/8 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon sugar
    1/4 cup skim milk

    Add all dry ingrendients then add milk mix until you get a batter and whip them well and drop in pan. The mix will or should be a thick cake batter, if not add just enough water to make it whipable. bake for about 20 min and brown. serve while hot

    My friend said the more you whip them the fluffy they will be. I whip mine for about a 20-30 sec or so. I know most of you add shortening and I use to but now I don't after getting this recipe(this friend is older and said when she grew up this is how the made the all the time). The only thing I changed is the milk I use skim instead of whole. If you can find WR brand flour it is worth buying. I know pillsbury flour will make a heavier biscut than WR. I like them light and fluffy.
    Per Serving (excluding unknown items): 80 Calories; trace Fat (2.5% calories from fat); 2g Protein; 17g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber; trace Cholesterol; 340mg Sodium. Exchanges: 1 Grain(Starch); 0 Non-Fat Milk; 0 Fat; 0 Other Carbohydrates.
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    Default Re: Country Style Biscuts 1 pt each

    What type of pan do you cook them in?
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    Default Re: Country Style Biscuts 1 pt each

    What is WR?
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    I just use a small baking pan. I double the recipe and it will make 12 biscuts and I use a 8x10 that fits in my toaster over.

    WR is a brand I use. I live in Arkansas and it has always been around.
    Keep up the good work!
    " Fat your out of here"
    Have a great day!!!
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    Kim
    5'8
    SW: 204--Sep 1, 2004
    CW: 175.5
    GW: 150
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    Is WR short for a name? or is that the name?

    Sounds like a good recipe to me!!!

    Thanks
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    Default Re: Country Style Biscuts 1 pt each

    Here is the link to the WR flour. However, You don't have to use WR, it is my favorite brand. I use Self-rising and add the other ingredents. I am not sure what brands are in your store but any will work.


    Cereal Food Processors - Products: Family Flours
    Keep up the good work!
    " Fat your out of here"
    Have a great day!!!
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    Kim
    5'8
    SW: 204--Sep 1, 2004
    CW: 175.5
    GW: 150
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