May 29th is National Biscuit Day and in honor of this special celebration, we’ve brought you a roundup of some pretty amazing biscuit recipes. Some of them are savory, some of them are sweet, and some are even incorporated into a blackberry peach cobbler! But what all of them have in common is that they are delicious and are sure to fill you up!
1. Garlicky Cheddar Biscuits With Sausage Gravy
Vegan diner dishes, and aren’t we blessed to have so many vegan diners popping up all over the United States? Gravy is the star of this dish, no matter how good the biscuits are, but this recipe has a biscuit that complements the gravy just as much as the gravy complements the biscuit. What’s even better is that you can serve these Garlicky Cheddar Biscuits With Sausage Gravy by Epic Vegan by themselves because they are jam-packed full of flavor!
2. Tomato Cobbler and Herb Cheese Biscuits
3. Amazing and Easy Biscuits
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There is nothing that goes better with a big bowl of soup or stew than delicious vegan biscuits. These Amazing and Easy Biscuits by Maria Koutsogiannis combine the flavor profile you love from French onion soup, and they’re seriously flavorful, soft, and perfect to pair with any meal!
4. Golden Biscuits and Gravy
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Who wouldn’t want to start their day with some fluffy biscuits topped with creamy, turmeric-infused gravy? These biscuits pretty much only require three ingredients, and they go great with tofu scramble! For a warm and cozy breakfast that will get your day off on the right foot, give these Golden Biscuits and Gravy by Casey Muir Taylor a whirl.
5. Savory Biscuits With Scallions
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These whole wheat Savory Biscuits With Scallions by Caroline Doucet are amazing! Top them with butter for a delicious snack or side dish. These biscuits are the perfect addition to a big dinner with family or friends.
6. Jumbo Raspberry Dark Chocolate Oat Biscuits
7. Fried Biscuits with Cinnamon and Sugar
Your family will eat these fried biscuits before they can be properly plated! Super easy and delicious, these Fried Biscuits with Cinnamon and Sugar by Lydia Filgueras are a wonderful sweet snack or dessert!
8. Blackberry Peach Cobbler With Ginger Spice Biscuits
Fall rolls around, and this Blackberry Peach Cobbler With Ginger Spice Biscuits by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez is going to roll you right into the ‘ber months, smoother than a cloud. Made with plump blackberries, fresh peaches, a sweet vanilla bean, and a splash of lemon juice, this recipe uses both brown and white sugar for extra flavor. Topped with warm and tender ginger-spice biscuits and a scoop of vanilla ice cream—of course—this dreamy end-of-summer treat with hints of cinnamon is true heaven in a skillet.
9. Lentil Pot Pie with Biscuits
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This Lentil Pot Pie with Biscuits by Caroline Doucet is epic! This comforting vegan dinner is packed with lentils and vegetables, including carrots, celery, peas, and potatoes. It’s then topped with delicious vegan biscuits.
10. Cheddar Biscuits
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