Slightly Healthier Cheddar Biscuits

Culinary Cupcake

Cheddar biscuits are wonderful for brunch or breakfast! They will accompany many dinner dishes wonderfully. My biscuit recipe is so uncomplicated that you will not even need a biscuit cutter! These biscuits will be a little healthier because the ingredients include egg whites and less butter than traditional biscuit recipes. Even though they are less calories, they still taste scrumptious!

Photo by Allison of culinarycupcake.com

The word “biscuit” came from the British term that referred to a thin cookie or cracker. In the United States “biscuit” means something quite different. Now it refers to a flaky, layered bread that is made from flour, salt, baking soda or baking powder, butter or shortening, and buttermilk or milk. Biscuits are a bread that are typically leavened with baking soda or baking powder instead of yeast. They are a form of “quick bread”, which means that it does not need any rise time…

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