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"Light and flaky, rich and buttery, these fluffy Cheese Biscuits are a quick way to add a special homemade touch to any meal. Pair the buttermilk drop biscuits with a pot of soup, chili or stew for supper, smother them with sausage gravy for brunch, or add them to the bread basket with your next roasted chicken dinner. There's no rolling or cutting necessary, so a classic Southern cheese biscuits recipe is the perfect last-minute side dish for any day of the week! In the Southeastern United States, “biscuits” are typically soft leavened quick breads, similar to scones (but not sweet), and made with baking powder and/or baking soda instead of yeast. Drop biscuits are made by scooping biscuit dough from the mixing bowl and "dropping" it onto baking sheets, rather than rolling and cutting the dough. They're a delicious addition to a breakfast or brunch spread, but they're equally tasty when served as a side dish with a cozy dinner. Cheese drop biscuits are your "every day" biscuits -- perfect for busy evenings when you don't have time to fuss with a more demanding dough. Plus, the savory biscuits are bursting with sharp cheddar flavor, thanks to plenty of delicious cheese! "
Preparation Time20 min
Cooking Time15 min
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