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Very quick and very tasty. We don't add extracted oils or fats if we can avoid it at all. But these probably would be hockey pucks if we didn't add some so we put in a tablespoon of Earth Balance and skipped the coconut oil. We loved them. Maybe not as fluffy as with all the fat but tasty none the less. We made half plain and added a teaspoon of dry rosemary to the other half. Both were great but the rosemary ones were fabulous. Next time making all with rosemary.
I added the photo of my biscuits to the top of the page since none had yet been uploaded. These biscuits were fantastic. I used olive oil but otherwise followed the original recipe. (I do prefer to use my fingers to rub the ingredients rather than a fork.) They were light and amazingly fluffy. Absolutely delicious. As FYI I used Wegman's unbleached white whole wheat flour. Bag says 100% whole wheat but certainly baked up like white flour.
These were very light and fluffy. I actually used regular milk because I don't have almond milk but it still turned out good.This was surprisingly easy recipe. For me it made a lot more than just 10 biscuits
I make these about 3 times a month and i always add some vegan cheese shreds and red pepper flakes! So good! Sometimes I ll use several different types of cheese. This time i used daiya pepper jack and farmhouse cheddar!!! Sooooooo yummy. Highly recommend these.