Easy Gluten Free Biscuits

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Buttery, flaky, fluffy, silky, gluten-free biscuits with crispy golden edges. These gluten-free biscuits have only 5 ingredients. They are so easy, and so good, they will change your life!

Buttery, flaky, fluffy, silky, gluten-free biscuits with crispy golden edges. These gluten-free biscuits have only 5 ingredients. They are so easy, and so good, they will change your life!

I am absolutely in love with these easy gluten-free biscuits. They are so buttery, flaky, fluffy,and they have an almost silky texture inside. The edges on top turn golden as they bake, and are just slightly crisp so you can hear it as you bite into your warm biscuit.

To be perfectly honest I haven’t made, or eaten hundreds on biscuits but these were the best biscuits that I have ever had!

The dough even tastes amazing! It is just gluten-free flours, butter, leavening, and cream, but it tastes way better than it should. Seriously! So buttery and smooth. I felt so weird licking the spoon after making biscuits, but it was seriously that good!

Buttery, flaky, fluffy, silky, gluten-free biscuits with crispy golden edges. These gluten-free biscuits have only 5 ingredients. They are so easy, and so good, they will change your life!

And they are so easy to make. You really just add everything in the food processor and let it while for a minute. No fear of overworking the dough, or crumbly not delicious biscuits. They are foolproof!
Also, no cutting and rolling out scraps! You just pat the dough onto a baking sheet and throw it in the oven. Once it gets all golden and delicious looking you take them out and THEN you cut them. They are so easy!

Buttery, flaky, fluffy, silky, gluten-free biscuits with crispy golden edges. These gluten-free biscuits have only 5 ingredients. They are so easy, and so good, they will change your life!

With this gluten-free biscuit recipe in my arsenal I plan to make biscuits a lot more often. Before I was hesitant to make biscuits just because of the time commitment. It just seemed like to much work to carefully work the butter into the flours, then roll it out, cut out each biscuit, and then bake them. I felt like there were so many places it could go wrong! Also it is so much more of a time commitment that I would only attempt to make them if I had a considerable chunk of time to devote to biscuit making.

Buttery, flaky, fluffy, silky, gluten-free biscuits with crispy golden edges. These gluten-free biscuits have only 5 ingredients. They are so easy, and so good, they will change your life!

This recipe has so many shortcuts that I feel completely confident making them with my little girls running around the kitchen “helping” me.

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    • flippindeliciousflippindelicious says

      Thanks Shirley! I had never thought of it before but it is SOOOOOO much easier than rolling and cutting out the dough.

  1. Jeane says

    These look great! I don’t have a food processor or blender can I use a hand mixer to make them or just by hand?

    Thank you.

    • flippindeliciousflippindelicious says

      Hi Jeane!
      You could use any of those. A food processor is just really easy. I’d recommend using the hand mixer or doing it by hand.

  2. Amy Pearsall says

    Thank you so much! I have been trying to eat gluten-free, actually low fodmap …so the carbohydrate in wheat, since last August. It has been so hard to find a gluten-free biscuit recipe that wasn’t grainy/gritty, taste like cornbread, or fall apart, or be hard as a rock. So, thank you!

    • flippindeliciousflippindelicious says

      You are very welcome Amy! I hope that you enjoy them. Seriously the best biscuits I have ever had!

    • flippindeliciousflippindelicious says

      I don’t calculate nutrition facts for my recipes, but you are welcome to calculate the carbs yourself. I have used my nutrition pal in the past for personal use.

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