Homemade Biscuits are an easy addition to any meal. They’re great for breakfast, lunch and dinner! You can easily change the taste by adding different seasonings, toppings or yummy secret hidden cheesiness. Which I’ll cover on how to do that later in the article. Homemade biscuits are so much cheaper than buying pre-made ones and in my opinion taste a lot better and are healthier for you too! You can make these with just a few simple ingredients that everyone normally has in their pantries. It feels good knowing what’s going into my food that is fueling my body! You can even do this without milk. Get creative, see what kind of homemade biscuits you can make and share your ideas with us.

Is making Homemade Biscuits hard?

I get asked all the time, but isn’t making homemade biscuits hard? Absolutely not! This is a great and easy starter recipe for any age or skill level. This was one of the first things I learned to cook from scratch. Over time you can play around with your recipes adding different ingredients creating yummy surprise filled bites. Making this is easy and fast because you don’t use yeast. You don’t need to worry about letting the dough rise or sit, or being nervous about over mixing the dough. All you do is mix the dry ingredients, add in the wet, mix well, drop the homemade biscuits onto a cookie sheet and bake. It’s that easy! They are made from simple ingredients that everyone learning to cook from scratch should have in their pantry. Try starting with our easy homemade biscuits recipe. Once you have that down, try rolling out the dough and cutting biscuit shapes. Our buttermilk recipe is great for that. Best of all have fun, get your hands dirty and enjoy learning to make homemade biscuits from scratch.

Homemade Biscuit Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 8


  • 2 Cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt
  • 2 Teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 1 to 2 Tablespoons Sugar
  • 1 Stick Cold Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Milk


  1. Mix all dry ingredients together, cut in your stick of cold butter. Continue cutting in your butter until it's a crumbly mixture.
  2. Next stir in your milk and mix well.
  3. Drop your homemade biscuits mix onto a lightly greased cookie sheet in about 1 inch sized drops.
  4. Bake in a 450 degree oven for about 10 to 15 minutes.

Still cant decide which biscuit? Visit the how to make Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits website page. One of my favorites, great with gravy and any other savory meal.

Creative ways to eat Homemade Biscuits

There are endless possibilities on how to enjoy these! Of course an all time family favorite is with sausage and gravy, yum 🙂 Try cutting them in half and make a breakfast sandwich with eggs and cheese, for you meat lovers out there throw on a piece of cooked ham or sausage. You can enjoy them spread with jelly, jam, honey or butter. Sometimes you can even mix honey with butter to make a yummy honey butter! You can make excellent lunch sandwiches too. Throw on some of that left over Thanksgiving Turkey or Christmas Ham with some sliced cheese, quick and easy.  Of course they are always a great addition to any dinner.


Recipes that use Homemade Biscuits

Some of my family favorites are not only delicious but easy! Make up a batch of ooey gooey monkey bread! Try using your dough as dumplings in a big pot of chicken soup. Make sure to drop them into the soup while it’s boiling, then reduce heat and let cook. To make them with a chicken pot pie use them to form a golden crunchy top!

Homemade Biscuits Topping

Like many other recipes homemade biscuits can be served with or with out extra toppings. An easy way to dress things up is with a yummy topping. One easy way is to melt butter and brush on for the last few minutes of baking. Throw in some garlic, chives or parsley flakes to give an added flavor. Another way to make homemade biscuits a hit is to add some cheese and bacon crumbles into the mixture. The oil from the cheese and fat from the bacon give a crispy texture while maintaining a good moisture. Make sure to cook the bacon first!