This is another mystery-recipe, don’t know where it came from…I save them from newspapers, magazines, friends… Made this once, they were good, a nice “something different” than regular biscuits!
-WOW Jan — Awesome and pinched!!
I yam going to make these, yes maam, I yam, I yam, I yam!!!
As far as making drop biscuits – I always ‘drop’ them! Don’t worry about cutting them in half – just break off a hunk, slather with butter and a small spoonful of jelly, jam or peanut butter and ‘daintily’ stuff into your mouth!! Repeat – Repeat – Repeat!!!
I might add a few more spices and some —— whatever!!
“How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?”
-This recipe brings back memories. My mother made these for me and my siblings when we were children and we LOVED them. She never used a recipe but they always came out the same. Unfortunately, I’m unable to duplicate them so I’m very pleased to see this posted. Can’t wait to make them for my granddaughter. Thanks for sharing.
-Sorry it took me so long to get back. I made these last Saturday. One recipe with canned yams and one with cooked winter squash. I cut them into about 2 1/2″ squares and baked them. My wife heated up some Virginia ham and I scrambles some eggs. We served them with as a sandwich bar with the ham, eggs, butter, grated Cheddar and Jack cheese. They were a big hit with everyone. There were no left overs!
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