Meantime, back at those biscuits, this recipe was lightly adapted from one of my favorite sites, the King Arthur Flour folks. (And just for the record, the King Arthur folks have never heard of me or this here blog…this is my complete unbiased opinion!) I’m lucky enough to be able to buy my King Arthur flour right in my local market, but if yours doesn’t carry it you can either use regular flour or you can click here to order it. (They have a whole lot of wonderful recipes you can explore as well!).
Meanwhile, back at this recipe, along with your flour and some of the other usual biscuit ingredients, you are going to want some fresh chives, some grated cheddar (I love Cabot!) and some cream cheese. The biscuit dough is nice and easy to make – no rising or kneading or any of that other intimidating stuff. You don’t even need a biscuit cutter if you don’t have one – I simply patted mine into one big square and then cut them into a bunch of smaller, biscuit-sized squares. 15 minutes in the oven and you have a warm, wonderful, cheesy, chivy basket of biscuit heaven. And pretty soon I will have a completely done kitchen to make them in! Happiness all around.
Lightly adapted from the King Arthur recipe