Bisquick Cut Out Biscuits – Valentines Fun for Your Little Ones
When my children were little ones, every Valentine’s Day we baked cut out heart-shaped sugar cookies and one day I decided that the same cookie cutters could be used to cut out heart-shaped Bisquick biscuits as a symbol of my deep love for our children. They loved the shapes so much I have baked shaped biscuits for every holiday.
Growing up my mother had a lot of cookie cutters. Not only did she have the traditional Christmas shapes but she had a collection for every holiday. As my family started to grow, I was able to find some of our old cookie cutters from my childhood, and I have purchased a large variety of cookie cutters for every season and holiday. I love to make Bisquick biscuits, rolling them out and cutting them with a cookie cutter for each occasion.
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As February is Valentines, this month biscuits are cut out with beautiful and various sized heart-shaped cookie cutters. When we turn the corner to spring, birds, Easter eggs, and bunnies will be the next shape use when we have warm biscuits from the oven.
I like to make homemade warm biscuits when I make a homemade soup or as an alternative for bread for many Italian casserole dishes. Sometimes I feel that a recipe just needs a little something else on the plate, and a cozy warm beautifully shaped biscuits on the plate does the trick.
- 2 1/4 cups Bisquick mix
- 2/3 cup Milk
- Pre- Heat oven to 450 degrees
- Mix Bisquick and milk with a fork, add additional Bisquick to be able to form a ball and put on a baking mat. Knead 10 times.
- Roll to 1/2 thick and us your favorite cookie cutter.
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