Overnight Angel Biscuits

Overnight Angel Biscuits

One of the butteriest, flakiest biscuit recipes you'll ever set your eyes on, Overnight Angel Biscuits are a must. Made with yeast and baking powder, the biscuits rise overnight as you let them sit in the refrigerator. Perfect for when you are hosting a family party, make them ahead of time and simply just toss them in the oven. It doesn't get much easier than that.

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YUMMY! We were amazed just how high and fluffy they rose overnight in the refrigerator and the children were absolutely delighted. The biscuits are lovely and crunchy and quite more-ish. Next time I might add some cinnamon powder to add some flavor but, overall, they were very good.

I actually thought these might be a variation of a traditional South African "cookie" called rusks. They are typically baked overnight in a cool oven where they dry out. Then you dip them in coffee or tea and it soaks up all the flavor. Absolutely delicious. But these are different, I would like to try these.

This biscuits appear super gritty and thick. Has anyone made them? What's the texture like? Despite the way the picture looks, I am interested in trying these. I love prep-ahead items, especially when cooking for a crowd. The ingredient list is pretty basic if you usually have yeast in your house. If not, just pick that up and some buttermilk and you're good to go!

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