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Cheese Biscuits

by Lauren | Celiac Teen on October 8, 2011

The light is changing. It doesn’t last as long. I wake up in the dark and go to bed when it’s dark, rather than light and light. Fall is here. Autumn can be felt in the air. Each tree and hedge is letting the season change in stride. Some are aflame in reds and yellows, while others are clutching their green with every cell. With the new season decidedly here, it’s time for Thanksgiving. Canadian Thanksgiving, of course!

Time to be thankful, time to celebrate what we have. Time to gather with those we love and savour marvelous food. Turkey, pumpkin pie, all the good stuff.

These biscuits are simple. They’re based off of my millet biscuits, using all the same flours and dry ingredients. The cheese is light and just a nice tone. The sharper the cheese you choose, the more pronounced the flavour will be.

 

Ribbons of freshly shredded cheddar. I love the simplicity and the flavour it brings.

We make millet biscuits all the time, so this dough is one of my favourites. So lovely. And easy. And since this recipe shares all the dry ingredients, you can make a mix and use it for either.

When baked, they’re wonderful. Subtle cheddar flavour, and brilliant biscuit form. I’m such a sucker for biscuits.

It’s a great time to stop and smell the roses. Figuratively and literally- if you’re lucky enough to stumble upon a rose garden, as I was. I love this time of year. Routine is just starting to return, and nature is bright and reminding me how valuable each moment is.

I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. I’m thankful for so much, but one of the biggest things is this space. Thank you for all the good you bring to it. It’s truly a joy to share here.

xoxo
Lauren

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Kate October 8, 2011 at 1:22 pm

I’m glad you decided to go with a Thanksgiving-themed post :D

Have a wonderful weekend, Lauren!

Michael Smith October 8, 2011 at 1:51 pm

Wow these look good Lauren! Can’t wait to try them!

mel mccarthy October 8, 2011 at 1:55 pm

These look marvelous. Perfect for the season. Your roses are gorgeous too. Thank You for sharing!

Katie October 10, 2011 at 11:03 am

Hey Lauren!
I just started my senior year in high school and I’ve only been gluten-free for a month, and I’m a TOTAL foodie so it’s super encouraging to see another teen making awesome gluten free food (: thank you so much!

schist October 19, 2011 at 4:11 pm

Lauren I’m just starting on this, and after four days I feel better, so I know I’m on the right track although the “experts” want to cal it something else. I can’t buy all these things at once, but I did buy brown rice flour, and buckwheat flour, both Bob’s, small packets compared to the other choices. Do you think I can use either or a mix of these flours in this recipe? I’m on a senior’s budget. Thank you

Cindy Marie October 24, 2011 at 8:45 am

Hello,
I have been gluten free for over a year and a half! it took a while to get used to this ‘lifestyle’ but now you could say that i am almost pro! i’ve only browsed your blog a few times but it is very inspiring.

Caroline November 4, 2011 at 2:23 pm

Do you have any cheese suggestions for those of us who can’t have dairy?

Lauren | Celiac Teen November 5, 2011 at 10:11 pm

Schist, you might try replacing the millet with brown rice. I would stick with the tapioca and sweet rice flours though (but they are fairly inexpensive compared to many of the flours out there).

Caroline, I’ve never used any cheese substitutes, so I don’t even know where to begin! You could certainly try it with your favourite dairy-free cheese, or simply use my recipe for millet biscuits (substituting the butter, of course). I haven’t done many experiments with dairy-free baking, so I’m sorry I can’t help more!

Katie November 5, 2011 at 10:15 pm

Lauren,
I made these biscuits this morning and they were delicious! My boyfriend, who does not have celiac, said “these are the best cheese biscuits I’ve ever had!” Thanks for the great recipes.

Karen November 10, 2012 at 9:10 am

Hi Lauren, it looks like you have some great recipes. My niece has been gluten free since she was 18 months old and she is now 33 and my son was just diagnosed 2 years ago and he is 35. We have been cooking gluten free for years and have developed some great recipes. It so much easier to be gluten free in the last couple of years with all of the products out there now and stores actually have gluten free sections, YEAH!! Have you tried Tom Sawyer Flour? It comes from Arizona and it is a wonderful ready to go cup to cup flour blend. Thank you for your site I look forward to try many of your recipes.

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