These biscuits tug at some serious heartstrings.

Besides my love affair with carbs I crafted up this recipe while I was in labor with my baby.

Cooking while in labor?!

Why yes, I was cooking while I was in labor. In my defense I have tremendously long early labor so while I was whipping up these glorious biscuits I was finally beginning to contract regularly, it was mothers day to add the icing to the cake. You can read that full and wonderful story right here.

Okay. Let me recompose myself now, because seriously, that sweet baby is almost one and I cannot even believe a year has gone by already.

So back to the biscuits yeah?!

These biscuits are a take on the Red Lobster ones, but are much better in my opinion, because I am an onion lover. Strange yeah!? I think the green onion, or chives, just send this biscuit over the top.

They are a breeze to make and utilize one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, the food processor.

Toss all of your ingredients in there and give it a couple pulses, and you have yourself some seriously delicious biscuits.

You may want to keep yourself busy while they are cooking because the smell is even better than the taste, if that’s possible.

Enjoy a little piece of my heart dear friends.


|Cheddar and Chive Drop Biscuits|


3 Cups Flour

2 Tablespoons Baking Powder

1/2 Teaspoon Salt

1 Heaping Tablespoon Ranch Dressing Seasoning

1 1/2 Stick Cold Butter cubed

1 1/4 Cup Buttermilk

5-6 Chives or Green Onions diced

1/2 Cup Sharp Cheddar Cheese grated



|Cheddar and Chive Drop Biscuits|


Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Add all dry ingredients to your food processor. Add in cubed butter and pulse one to two times to combine butter and dry ingredients. Next, while the food processor is running, slowly stream in buttermilk. Keep the food processor running until a large lump of dough forms. Put dough into a large bowl and add in cheese and chives and combine well. Once combined, use two spoons to form a biscuit about the size of an egg. “Drop” biscuit onto baking sheet and continue until you have used all your dough.


After you have all your biscuits on your baking sheet, place into the oven. Bake until firm to the touch with a slight give in the middle, fifteen minutes or so. Turn the oven off and allow biscuits to sit for two to five more minutes. Remove from oven and serve warm.


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//Biscuit recipe adapted from here all photography is my own.

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