I bet sometimes when you eat these biscuit made by all those big companies out there, you tend to wonder how these biscuit were made and you love to make one yourself which is why in this article am going to give you an easy recipe on how to make a butter milk biscuit which you would love the most.

Equipment you need to make a butter milk biscuit.

Big mixing bowl.




Rolling pin

Baking sheet.

Tin cup or a small sharp round cutter.

Ingredients you need to make a butter milk biscuit.

2 cups of all-purpose flour.

1 Tbsp baking powder.

1/2 tbsp baking soda.

5 tbsp of cold unsalted butter.

1/2 tbsp of salt.

3/4 cup cold buttermilk.


Preparation on how to make a butter milk biscuit

Firstly put on your oven on and let it heat to 425Ā°f while your make the biscuit.

Put the 5 tbsp of butter in a small bowl and put it in the freezer for about 15 minutes.

Get the mixing bowl put the 2 cups of all purpose flour in it.

Add the 1 tbsp of baking powder, 1/2 tbsp of baking soda, 1/2 tbsp of salt.

After adding those four ingredients to the mixing bowl, get a sieve and sift them to give it that smooth texture.

Add the cold butter in to the smooth sift mixture and mix together.

Add the 3/4 cup of buttermilk into the mix and mix again.

Now sprinkle some flour on the work surface and take the mix out of the mixing bowl and place it on the work surface.

Take the rolling pin and roll the mix , then take the small tin cup or a sharp small cutter to cut the mix into small round shape.

When done with cutting the mix into small round shape biscuit, put it on the baking sheet and put into the oven and bake it for about 15 minutes which it should turn brown by then and that’s it. That’s how you make a butter milk biscuit.


  1. Alexandra

    These sound really tasty! I haven’t made a biscuit with butter milk before, so I am very curious to try it. Thank you for sharing this – I will let you know my thoughts šŸ™‚

  2. Jessica

    This looks yummy! I will attempt this recipe at staff meetings/breakfast for practice and hopefully have it perfected for the holidays! Also it is attractive that you go right into the recipe and i do not have to click to g into another site.

  3. Kimberly

    I don’t eat biscuits anymore as I can’t have gluten, but I know some people who sure would appreciate these simple directions! Thank you for the recipe!

  4. Melissa

    Oh these are such delicious cookies … my grandmother always used to baked these … fine memories. I immediately saved the recipe … I would definitely try it with my children once.

  5. Still Orphans

    Oh my gosh, my mouth is watering looking at that picture! I love biscuits but honestly thought they would be too difficult to make from scratch. This doesn’t sound too complicated though so I’ll have to give it a try!

  6. Sundeep

    Homemade biscuits are always my first choice. This recipe looks doable I am waiting for the weekend so I can try these yummy biscuits

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