To be sure these have neither cats nor heads in them, they are simply named cat head biscuits because of the relative size and shape of the finished biscuits. I don’t know about you but I have a go to biscuit recipe, I love it, they are easy and delicious and I can make them with my eyes closed. But then I found the cat head biscuits and I may have found a new go to recipe. I saw the recipe on another blog and she claimed they were the easiest and best biscuits she ever made, they intrigued me and I had to try them. I think it was when she described the recipe as making 7 or so cat head size biscuits that I knew I was making them.

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Cat Head Biscuits
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Course Bread
Cuisine American
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Cuisine American
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Instructions
  1. preheat the oven to 375Ëš
  2. butter a baking sheet covered in parchment paper
  3. mix 4 cups of flour, salt and baking powder in a mix bowl
  4. pour the rest of the flour into a small mixing bowl and set it aside
  5. cut the butter into pieces and add to the flour mix
  6. rub the butter and flour between your hands until they are well mixed
  7. add the milk and stir to combine
  8. dip an ice cream scoop in the extra bowl of flour
  9. then take it, scoop a ball of biscuit dough and drop it in the extra flour
  10. turn it over to cover it in flour
  11. pick it up shake off the extra flour and place the biscuit on the buttered parchment paper and give it a bit of a pat to flatten it
  12. repeat with the remaining dough
  13. this made 14 cat head size biscuits
  14. bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown
Recipe Notes

adapted from a Kiss and a Peck

These really are easy to make, no rolling, patting, cutting and such, just scoop, turn and drop. And talk about best biscuits, these are it! I swear I love them. I don’t know, perhaps I was just too familiar with my recipe but these were tender and tasty and better than the ones I was turning out. If you are using Bisquick just give these a whirl and ditch that processed mix for good, you won’t be sorry. Neither will your kids.