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Buttery Jam Biscuits

Buttery Jam Biscuits Serves: 12 biscuits Buttery Jam Biscuits are much like angel biscuits in the way they use both yeast and ...

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Gluten Free Yeast Biscuits

Gluten Free Yeast Biscuits Serves: 6 biscuits Delicious gluten free Southern-style biscuits. These yeast-raised biscuits are perfect for Sunday morning brunch. ...

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Cheddar Bay Drop Biscuits

...  Cheddar Bay Drop Biscuits Serves: about 14 biscuits Cheddar Bay Drop Biscuits are full of flavor and light as air. These are inspired by your ...

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Vegan Yeast Biscuits

Vegan Yeast Biscuits Serves: 12 biscuits Vegan yeast biscuits are a fast and easy way to get to perfect biscuits in no ...

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Platinum Instant Sourdough Doughnuts

...  a 1/2-inch thick. Use a doughnut cutter or round cookie or biscuit cutters. Allow the dough to sit for at least 20 minutes (and up to one ...  a 1/2-inch thick. Use a doughnut cutter or round cookie or biscuit cutters. Allow the dough to sit for at least 20 minutes (and up to one ...

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Pumpkin Star Bread

...  and twisting a little easier.) Place a 2 1/2-inch biscuit cutter (or other round object) in the center of the circle, and then ...  strips. You should end up with 8 points. Remove the biscuit cutter. Carefully transfer the star on the parchment to a baking sheet. ...

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Meyer Lemon Cream Doughnuts

...  a ½ inch thick and cut into 3 inch circles (you can use a biscuit cutter, or a drinking glass). Place the dough circles on a parchment ...

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Key Lime Doughnuts

...  shapes. For filled doughnuts, use a 3 ½-inch diameter biscuit cutter. You can re-roll the scraps, but try not to overwork the dough ...

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Buttermilk Ricotta Skillet Rolls

...  roll out onto a lightly floured surface. Using a 2-inch biscuit cutter, cut dough into rolls and place in a well-oiled 10-inch cast ...

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Everything Bagel Pull Apart Bread

...  in half and arrange in the loaf pan. You can use a round biscuit cutter, anywhere around 3 1/2-4 inches.   This bread ...

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