3 Ingredient Gluten Free Biscuts

gf biscuitsOne of my favorite traditions, while growing up, was waking up and helping my dad whip up Christmas morning breakfast.

There is nothing like sitting in your pajamas with a hot cup of coffee smelling the aromas of biscuits, gravy, bacon, hash browns and sausage!

I have a rule – calories don’t count on Christmas. Can I get an amen? I mean, really, please don’t make your life miserable over calorie and fat counting on Christmas Day for heaven’s sake. Take a day off.

However, when you have a food allergy – that still stands, which is so depressing because my favorite thing to eat at breakfast was my dad’s mouthwatering biscuits. Life stinks without the chance to eat biscuits Christmas morning– take my word for it.

But, there is light at the end of the Grinch tunnel, dear gluten free friends – I found an awesome gluten free buttery biscuit that will make you smile from the inside out on Christmas morning. And, better yet, it only has 3 ingredients.

You will need: 1 cup gluten free flour, ½ cup low fat butter and ½ cup low fat sour cream.

Yes, that is all. This yields 6 buttery biscuits. You can double it up for a party of more than just two!

Pour your all purpose gluten free flour into a bowl and add in that low fat sour cream. Melt your butter and pour on top of flour and cream. Stir up well.

Preheat the oven to 400. In a greased muffin tin, fill up six holes with this batter goodness. Let bake for about 13-15 minutes. And you have gluten free biscuits. That simple. Top with butter.

Don’t be depressed on the holidays. Remember there are good gluten free options out there. All you have to do is look around, try and experiment. You are sure to find something that satisfies that craving.

What a sweet dream – wake up to biscuits this Christmas morning!


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