This makes a delightful “buttermilk” “biscuit” that is low carb. There is even a version that is also low fat, which I will be trying very soon.
I have to say, I wasn’t sure about trying this recipe from Nana’s Little Kitchen because I had to mix up a batch of the “Bisquick” and I wasn’t sure I’d like it. But it can be used for waffles and biscuits and several other things she had directions for on her site.
So, follow along as I show you how simple and quick these are to make.
Start by melting some butter in a ramekin, in the microwave for about 30 seconds.
I seldom use my microwave but have kept it for quick things like this from time to time. A quick 30 seconds and the butter is melted.
Swirl the butter around the ramekin and the pour into the other one to coat, pouring the last of the butter into a small mixing bowl.
Add the baking mix
And remaining ingredients (baking soda, almond milk, apple cider vinegar, and cream–I used coconut cream because I had some that needed to be used) and stir to combine.
Divide between the two ramekins and bake individually. I let mine go for a minute or just a tad less. I stand there and watch as it cooks and remove when I think it is done.
Yeah, its’ a bit messy. I think I need ramekins that are just a tiny bit larger.
Turn out onto a rack to ensure they are not wet.
And here I used it in a breakfast sandwich.
So, head on over to Nana’s Little Kitchen and make this one. She has included a recipe for a single batch of her “bisquick” so that you can try it out (just scroll to the end of her post for FP pancakes).
Nana’s Little Kitchen Bisquick style low carb THM-S biscuits!
Until next time,