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Biscuits for One (only 3 ingredients)

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This is a simple recipe for making great biscuits using 2 percent milk! Bake at 425 degrees until golden (approx. 10-15 minutes). Ingredients: 3/4 Cup Self-rising Flour 1/3 Cup Milk (2 percent) 3 Tablespoons real, salted butter
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pistol76bathboy (3 days ago)
Now I'm hungry
Ken Click (2 days ago)
Me too!
They look like scones to me...
Ken Click (2 days ago)
Enjoy!
Sunny Rose Marie (4 days ago)
Amazing vidio, inspirational! Your voice remindes me of bob ross. Can u ley me know if I can freeze it? If so, how?
Ken Click (4 days ago)
Thank you. I've never tried to freeze them, but I think it would work. Give it a try and see! 🙂
Diane Greene (4 days ago)
How about using lactose free 2%? Looks yummy btw.
Ken Click (4 days ago)
Give it a try!
Cj davis (4 days ago)
this was really interesting and currently being unemployed with no income coming in and being all by myself this looks like a really come in handy to at least keep myself Ed until I have an income coming in again thanks for posting it.
Ken Click (4 days ago)
Better days ahead. Hang in there.
Colleen Woods (5 days ago)
You should try whipping cream instead of milk. So yummy!
Cazza B (5 days ago)
We call these scones in Australia and we serve them with whipped cream and strawberry jam.
Ken Click (5 days ago)
Thanks for watching and commenting.
sdnlawrence (6 days ago)
Leftover dough? Grandma used to flatten it, sprinkle with cinnamon & sugar or fruit, roll it up and bake. A real treat.
Anne Jackson (6 days ago)
They look a lot like what we call scones in the UK, now I'm wondering what you call your biscuits?!!! :)
L Zad (5 days ago)
Anne Jackson I believe so.
Pamela Woodward (6 days ago)
Thanks ken. I'm so hungry. I'm gonna make me 4. We don't care what it looks like. It's homemade and honest.
Ken Click (6 days ago)
Enjoy!
Aurius Blancheman (6 days ago)
Too much work too much clean up for two biscuits...x4 it.
Morningflower J. (6 days ago)
Yumm 🌺
Lydia Malone (7 days ago)
I never thought of a small batch! Thank you. No more leftovers.
Ken Click (6 days ago)
👍
Terrence Bradley (7 days ago)
Dang! Ya done flung a cravin' on me! is it wrong to eat biscuits for supper? It's 5:45 p.m. an I'm cravin' some biscuits now.
Ken Click (7 days ago)
Enjoy!
Nancy Edenfield (7 days ago)
Why is it that when people do cooking videos, they do not use the right measuring utensils, for the milk you need to use a liquid measuring cup, not one for dry ingredients.
Ken Click (7 days ago)
A cup is a cup no matter how you measure it.
robert healy (7 days ago)
Wonderful, I did learn a new trick.
Ken Click (7 days ago)
Thanks for watching.
Greer Buhagiar (7 days ago)
You call them biscuits, here in England we call them scones. We have them at tea time. We put jam x clotted cream to it. But hey they looked delicious.
Ken Click (7 days ago)
Thanks for watching and commenting! 🙂
Jenat Gabriel (7 days ago)
Why are you making only 2..Make some more & give it to the children . Thank 's for the recipe .
sandrarthornton (7 days ago)
This is so cute!😍 Two little bisquits❤
Maurice Marian (8 days ago)
All this work over a few biscuits when you could just go into the shop and buy a packet
robert healy (7 days ago)
Believe me, they are not anywhere as good. I sometimes buy them out of the cooler, and am not happy with the quality!
Adrienne Allen (8 days ago)
We call these scones in England.
Ken Click (8 days ago)
Thanks for watching.
Becca A. (8 days ago)
I love your little butter cutting technique 😀😀 That same technique of the folding is how you make puff pastry 😀😀 I learned that on the Great British Baking Show 😀😀
Ken Click (8 days ago)
Thanks for watching!
David Lewis (10 days ago)
Make me hungry.......
Ken Click (9 days ago)
🙂
robertm2000 (10 days ago)
DON'T forget the sausage gravy!!
Ken Click (9 days ago)
👍
wzrubicon (10 days ago)
It isnt milk if it isnt whole milk.
Lesley-Anne Kirkman (11 days ago)
Will have to try this..thanks for sharing...I always grate my butter...it helps too!! X
Ken Click (11 days ago)
Enjoy! 🙂
Michael Inman (12 days ago)
I guess I did something wrong, mine took 28 mins to turn brown and didn't rise much... still tasted good though.
Michael Inman (11 days ago)
+Ken Click I read the flour bag and it is all purpose flour not self-rising so that is the problem ... I think.
Michael Inman (12 days ago)
+Ken Click Just read.. it is all-purpose, not self-rising flour. My bad.
Ken Click (12 days ago)
Cutting them square should work just fine. I'm not sure what went wrong. At 425 they should bake in 12-15 minutes.
Michael Inman (12 days ago)
+Ken Click I pre-heated the oven at 425 till it beeped the preheat temp... I don't have the nice cookie cutter to make round so mine were about 2" square... Thought about just shaping the thing into one big biscuit LOL.
Ken Click (12 days ago)
Did you have the oven nice and hot before you put them in? It shouldn't take that long to cook them.
Joyce Heath (12 days ago)
Cook how long?
Ken Click (12 days ago)
Bake at 425 degrees until golden (approx. 10-15 minutes).
Virginia Valentin (12 days ago)
I like to grate the cold butter into the flour. Thanks for this recipe. I love biscuits but haven't wanted to make the usual 8-10 biscuit recipe for fear I'd eat them all 😊
Ken Click (12 days ago)
Thanks for watching!
Sleeping Beauty (12 days ago)
nice
Wind Jammers (14 days ago)
Hi Ken. :) Quick question -- do you have a video where you make dumplings for chicken & dumplings?
Ken Click (14 days ago)
Not yet, but it's on my mind.
carpenter1274 (14 days ago)
I love biscuits and gravy.
Ken Click (14 days ago)
Thanks for watching.
Yvette G (14 days ago)
Can i use regular milk? great video
Ken Click (14 days ago)
Yes.
Berentha Crowder (14 days ago)
You make it look so easy.
Phyl Willis (15 days ago)
I watched my mother make biscuits when I was a kid. She used Crisco shortening and butter milk or 4% fresh milk. She combined the shortening with the flour and added the milk and mixed with her fingers until the dough incorporated all of the flour. She then pinched off golf ball sized balls of dough and rolled them in her hands and patted the slightly flat (never cut them with a cutter). She put them in a pan or on a baking sheet and into a gas fired oven for about 10-12 minutes. MMMM! She would have never discarded left-over dough but would have made a "baby" biscuit. I assume that she put a pinch of salt into the mix too.
robert healy (7 days ago)
Yep, that is the way I was shown too. But I like his way aven better.
kkossor (17 days ago)
Thanks so much for sharing this! It’s a much healthier recipe for my hubby to have occasionally. He’s diabetic and recently had a stent inserted. I like that you can make a small amount and the 2% milk is much healthier. Thanks again!
Myra ? (19 days ago)
They look like scones. They are amazing with clotted cream and jam. Yum!
Tony Maxwell Hatt (19 days ago)
Great stuff. I would eat this with fried bacon, scrambled eggs and bake beans.
Ken Click (19 days ago)
👍
ladyday75 (19 days ago)
Why 2% milk? Thanks
ladyday75 (19 days ago)
+Ken Click Your response was quick. Thanks.
Ken Click (19 days ago)
That's what I had at the time.
Judy Abernathy (20 days ago)
Excellent!! I’m going to try that! Thanks.
Ken Click (20 days ago)
Enjoy!
Pam Smith (22 days ago)
Anyone have a recipe for gravy to go with this??
Ken Click (22 days ago)
Here ya go... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rloaL9JoBw
Sharon Wilton (23 days ago)
Love the way you cut that butter, Ken.
Ken Click (23 days ago)
Thanks.
Charles Jeffery (23 days ago)
I use spoiled milk
Barbara Riley (24 days ago)
Thats wonderful. Living alone two.is all.you need. Thanks will try it.
Ken Click (24 days ago)
Enjoy! 🙂
Milton Holley (24 days ago)
Ps from the Holley House" your Video was terrific" cold butter into flour and dont over work it, or it will melt butter into flour" didn't realize that"
Ken Click (24 days ago)
👍
Milton Holley (24 days ago)
Brought memories of my Mother an Grandmother making biscuits with the old fashion biscuit cutter" I'm 73" and back in the day, in the Mornings at my house, the old cat head biscuit Aroma would go all throught house into my room" Ps Today" CAN BISCUITS Don't wake up any ONE"
Ken Click (24 days ago)
Thanks for watching! 🙂
Blacklace NYC (24 days ago)
Blacklace NYC (24 days ago)
+Ken Click Your Biscuits look so yummy! Now I'm hungry for some of these "Bisscits" 😂 😵😝
Ken Click (24 days ago)
Thanks for watching!
Tali Stern (24 days ago)
My mother was the baker in our family She used to give my and my brother the left over bits of biscuit and pie dough to make our own treats: flatten dough out and spread with a little peanut butter and jelly; roll the dough up and bake in the oven. Great memory, good as licking the spoon, mixer beaters, and the frosting bowl.
Ken Click (24 days ago)
Great memory! 🙂
Stillinya is Stillinur (24 days ago)
Ty look good and easy
Ken Click (24 days ago)
Thanks for watching!
Erin Walker (25 days ago)
Will be making these!
Erin Walker (25 days ago)
+Ken Click I know I will. I have been looking for a single serve biscuit recipe.
Ken Click (25 days ago)
Enjoy! 🙂
Shannon Burke (27 days ago)
Do u have to bake these right away or can i wait a few hours
Ken Click (27 days ago)
They should keep just fine in a zip-lock bag until you have a chance to bake them. 🙂
Margie Steininger (27 days ago)
i have trouble in the rockies - high altitude and dry. would adding more milk help?
Ken Click (27 days ago)
That's a great question! Here's a helpful place to find the answer: https://www.bettycrocker.com/how-to/tipslibrary/baking-tips/baking-cooking-high-altitudes Thanks for watching! 🙂
Odette Moronez-L (27 days ago)
So easy n yummy!🤤❤😋thank u4the easy recipe!! Greetings fm. Kelso WA
Antoinette Bell (1 month ago)
Great job
Ken Click (1 month ago)
👍
Flatus Antiquitous (1 month ago)
Funny, you like the real butter but want to use 2% milk? Huh?
Ken Click (1 month ago)
The reason is to show that there is more than one way to make great biscuits. Thanks for watching.
Flatus Antiquitous (1 month ago)
Ken Click - O.K. I guess you could try making them with water next? You could, and it will work... but why would you? Right?
Ken Click (1 month ago)
It's a demonstration video showing that great biscuits may be made with 2% milk. I have other videos using buttermilk and whole milk. Thanks for watching.
SugarTits716 O.G. (1 month ago)
I want to thank you for this , just wonderful an simple biscuit recipe! Your just SO awesome! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! 😊💌
Ken Click (1 month ago)
You're welcome! Enjoy...🙂
Mae M (1 month ago)
🍃💙. ↪👍👍↩. 💙🍃 " Thanks for sharing this recipe with your viewers ! Have a blessed up day today ! " 🍃
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thanks for watching! 🙂
Mike Bell (1 month ago)
40 years ago I was about three and snuck out of my crib spending the nite with grandmother and granddaddy. I got caught red handed standing on a stool stealing her biscuit recipe. I associated that with having biscuits whenever I wanted
Ken Click (1 month ago)
What a wonderful memory! Thanks for sharing...🙂
Belinda Jackson (1 month ago)
What is BP?
Ken Click (1 month ago)
BP usually stands for Baking Powder, but I used self-rising flour in this video. Self-rising flour already has baking powder in it. Thanks for watching! 🙂
FrustratedGeek (1 month ago)
Pse assist!!! What's the difference between these biscuits and scones? They look delicious!! I'm just asking.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Some say they are the same, some that they are different. Take a look here and see what you think... https://www.bonappetit.com/recipes/article/scone-is-not-a-biscuit
Bonita Wauls (1 month ago)
Thanks. Will do. Will add baking powder and salt
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Sounds good...🙂
Yvonne De Bruin (1 month ago)
Those are fine looking biscuits, here in NZ we call them scones. Does it matter what milk is used? I will have to give your technique a go. Thank you.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Yes, any milk will work. Enjoy! 🙂
mimi p. (1 month ago)
👍👍👍
Ken Click (1 month ago)
🙂
Rebecca Greene (1 month ago)
Seems so easy..I'm going to try them now!!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
That's great! Enjoy...👍
Eric Von Zipper (1 month ago)
I made these this morning with some sausage gravy. Excellent, just excellent.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Eric Von Zipper thank you! 🙂
Kathleen Champ (1 month ago)
I'm thinking I need a biscuit! Pronto😁😃❣
Cheryl Jackson (1 month ago)
The real secret is to use the White Lily self rising flour. It is made with soft wheat, not the hard wheat of the midwest. Historically, Southern cooks used the soft wheat flour because it was cheaper. If you use hard wheat flour to make your self rising flour, you will probably be disappointed. Good Luck everyone and thanks Ken for a great recipe!
robert healy (7 days ago)
Martha White is also good
Rose Barnwell (1 month ago)
Thank you! You are brilliant!❤️
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Rose Barnwell thanks for watching! 🙂
Roksanda Kosmajac (1 month ago)
V-E-G-A-N.....Your flour is good....Use Organic Earth Balance vegan butter, also Non-Dairy Organic Milk PERFECTO~
Barby Lee (1 month ago)
What a precious video. ..love your voice so peaceful!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Barby Lee ... thank you!
Eileen Mccarthy (1 month ago)
Questions? Can you use buttermilk in this recipe? Love your videos and your easy voice!
Eileen Mccarthy (1 month ago)
Made the biscuits using buttermilk. Thanks for your videos my hockey pucks have become layered flaky biscuits! Your videos are so complete that carefully following the outcome is tasty flaky and in demand biscuits.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Eileen Mccarthy Absolutely! Works great with buttermilk.
Jenni Lang (1 month ago)
Awww, shucks-I wanted to see him pull the layers apart to see how many there were!😁🍞🥐🥖🍯🍽 I'm going to try three biscuit recipes this weekend, and this will be one of them! Ty!!!👍
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Enjoy! :)
collinsfriend1 (1 month ago)
Tried this. They're really good.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Nice...
Robin Skinner (1 month ago)
I tried these they were wonderful. Thanks for the how to video.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
You're welcome... glad they turned out well for you! 🙂
simosc2 (1 month ago)
Thank you.  I think I can do this.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
You can! Enjoy...🙂
Upcycled One (1 month ago)
Perfect, I have been wanting a recipe for one. Thanks Ken.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Great! Enjoy...🙂
Yum
Ken Click (1 month ago)
🙂
collinsfriend1 (1 month ago)
That flour type- White Lily or other low gluten flour is critical as well as cold butter or lard and not overworking the dough as you said.
Ricardo Lara (1 month ago)
How many minutes on oven for bisquets?
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Bake at 425 degrees until golden (approx. 10-15 minutes).
Mr Coffee (1 month ago)
This is such good information for one living a single lifestyle, and is becoming disenchanted and downright ill with processed food. Thank you so much for taking the time to make and post this informative video. Very charming as well. Well Done ☃️
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thank you Mr. Coffee...🙂
lesley cooper (1 month ago)
It’s the exact same amount of work to make a whole batch, a whole batch is more eco friendly as well, since you have to use the oven.
gunrunner 46 (1 month ago)
Won't buy 2 % milk whole milk averages 4% milk fat and tastes a lot better
Ken Click (1 month ago)
That's fine. Use what you have. I just wanted to demonstrate that good biscuits could be made with 2% milk. I have other biscuit videos using buttermilk and whole milk. Enjoy!
Justin Thyme (1 month ago)
Can you use buttermilk?
Justin Thyme (1 month ago)
+Ken Click Thank you, Sir!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Sure. Works great with buttermilk.
Knitapeace (1 month ago)
I just visited my parents in NC and brought back a bag of White Lily self rising flour, because I can’t get it in NY. Followed this recipe and got some amazing, soft, fluffy biscuits! I got four out of it but I think I press mine a little flatter than you do. Still amazing. Thank you for the video!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
That's great! By all means press them out the way you like them. That's one of the advantages of homemade... :)
steve gale (1 month ago)
They are not a 'biscuits'. 'biscuits' get soft when they go stale. Those are a cake, which goes hard when stale.
steve gale (1 month ago)
They are not biscuits. Clearly you do not know the difference.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Good biscuits never last long enough to go stale. lol Thanks for watching. 🙂
MY A (1 month ago)
More recipes for one please.
MY A (1 month ago)
+Ken Click I appreciate it. Thanks.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
I'll try and get a few more going. Thanks for watching. 🙂
MsTinaDiane (1 month ago)
Ive watched many a biscuit video before and your tutorial tops them all!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
MsTinaDiane ... thank you very much! 🙂
Bones Bonner (1 month ago)
2% milk is not milk
steve gale (1 month ago)
2% fat, idiot.
Ray Larkin (1 month ago)
Flakey is biscuit goodness! 👍
Daisy Smith (1 month ago)
What a great video!! Informant and a nice voice to listen to as well!! Biscuits looked Amazing!!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thanks for watching! 🙂
Caroline Gray (1 month ago)
As the biscuits you make
Caroline Gray (1 month ago)
In scotland we have scones with butter and jam made the same way
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Nothing like good biscuits... scones! 👍
Caroline Gray (1 month ago)
Nice video
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thank you...🙂
Alice Downing (1 month ago)
I'd marry a guy who makes biscuits like this!smile
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Ha! Thanks for watching and commenting...🙂
M. Showers (1 month ago)
Great presentation!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thank you! 🙂
Linda M (1 month ago)
You don't have to sift the flour? COOL! Thanks!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
No sifting needed... enjoy! 🙂
P. Campbell (1 month ago)
Those looked good enough to eat! ;)
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thanks for watching! 🙂
Roz (1 month ago)
Love the details and your easy manor. I will try this next time I make biscuits.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Great! Nothing like good biscuits...🙂
Eris123451 (1 month ago)
Scones
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Enjoy!
Bonnie Russell (1 month ago)
To avoid a malformed biscuit with small batches like this, cut your dough after flattening it out but before shaping your layers. That way the layers won't bunch up on you when recollect the dough for the second biscuit.
Ken Click (1 month ago)
That's great! 🙂👍
Bonnie Russell (1 month ago)
​+Ken Click You are very welcome. I tried your method out this morning. I just made 4 little square biscuits. I never tried to make them like this in small batches. Thank you so much. Perfect for a personal little breakfast!
Ken Click (1 month ago)
Thanks for the tip and thanks for watching! 🙂

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