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    Baking Powder Biscuits
    5/8 cup potato-starch flour
    2 tsp baking powder (corn free, if required)
    1/4 tsp salt
    3 tbs butter (butter is best, since most of the taste comes from it, but you can substitute margarine if necessary)
    1/4 cup milk
    In a medium mixing bowl, sift together potato-starch flour, baking powder, and salt. Cut in butter until all butter is evenly combined with flour. Stir in milk to make a soft dough [start a little under the required amount, then add as needed]. Round up on lightly floured (with potato-starch flour) board. Knead lightly. Roll out about 1/2 inch thick. Cut and place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake in 500 [yes, five hundred] oven for 8 to 10 minutes, until golden brown. I like these better at the lighter stage of brown than darker brown. Serve hot, but these will keep for a day or so. About 8 biscuits.
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    Default Re: Baking Powder Biscuits

    This looks really good I'll have to try them. I have really missed biscuits.

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    Very easy recipe, gonna try these for Sunday morning breakfast. Thanks
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    Michelleto3boys and dct9000,
    I hope that you like this recipe and it works for you. I played with this recipe for nearly three months after visiting my daughter and she announced that she was going gluten-free. Not that it was a dietary issue, she just thought that she might benefit from it! So after we fed my biscuits that I had made (see my recipe for biscuit mix in either the breakfast or general forum...geez, just do a search! LOL!) to the chickens...I glumly started doing research. I probably wouldn't have bothered, but she said that she really missed making MY biscuits, so...being a mother...I did what I could. My daughter said that these are as close as can be to my biscuit mix, so that's good enough for me...giggle... Hope you enjoyed making them!
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    I'm allergic to eggs, all gluten and all dairy. I'll try this in the morning using coconut oil and coconut milk and see if they work. I really miss having breakfast foods! Hope to have biscuits and gravy in the morning!

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    Default Re: Baking Powder Biscuits

    Quote Originally Posted by brchbell View Post
    I'm allergic to eggs, all gluten and all dairy. I'll try this in the morning using coconut oil and coconut milk and see if they work. I really miss having breakfast foods! Hope to have biscuits and gravy in the morning!
    How did they come out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brchbell View Post
    I'm allergic to eggs, all gluten and all dairy. I'll try this in the morning using coconut oil and coconut milk and see if they work. I really miss having breakfast foods! Hope to have biscuits and gravy in the morning!
    Hey girlfriend! It sounds like you're feeling a lot better since you discovered what you're allergic to! I came across a neat gluten free site and the gal that posts the recipes really adds a lot of notes about how she prepares each item, maybe you can find a few new dishes to try:

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    Default Re: Baking Powder Biscuits

    they came out so so. fairly flat, and half of them didn't care for the gravy either. I'm trying out different flours and recipes to try and get some simple breads to work and forget the sandwich bread thing as all of those are very nasty. Sorry but I've always ground my flour fresh and made great whole grain breads that win ribbons at the fair when I enter them and the non gluten bread leaves so very much to be desired so not for me at all!

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