Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Whole Wheat Drop Biscuits (Vegan!)

Hey everyone! Couple quick things- 1. the apple bars are really yummy! They are totally moist and fullllll of apple chunks!, 2. I found the Arnold's thins at my local Giant. They were near the deli. You can locate a food store that has this product by going here. 3. Thank you for all the vegetarian chili recipes. You guys really rock.

Ok back to today- I hope that you had a good day! I started my day out with an early am workout. I got the gym around 5 and ran a mile and then took a 45 minute spin class! It felt good to get my workout done! Work went alright. I came home and did the usual cleaning, some laundry/ironing, took a short nap (hooooray!!), and then decided to bake some biscuits to go with dinner (leftover chili from the other night). I found this recipe on Healthy Vegan Blog.

1 cup pastry or all purpose flour
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 teaspoons vegan sugar (I used sugar in the raw)
3 tablespoons canola (or vegi) oil
3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons soy milk (or regular milk)
Adders (I used 1 tablespoon parm cheese and 1 teaspoon oregano)

  1. Preheat the oven to 415ยบ F.
  2. Stir together the flour, baking powder, and sugar. If using herbs/cheese, add them to the dry mixture.
  3. Combine the oil and soy milk in a measuring cup. Pour into the dry ingredients and stir.

4. Spray a cookie sheet lightly with high heat canola oil. Drop 12 heaping spoonfuls onto a baking sheet.
5. Bake for 14 minutes.

These rolls are light and tasty! They were perfect with the chili!


HangryPants said...

Sorry I never gave a chili recipe. I don't really follow one. I use beans (kidney and black), diced tomatoes, sometimes peppers, sometimes corn, chili powder, garlic, onions.

Anyway, I love biscuits! Thanks for the recipe.

Unknown said...

Glad to know those apple bars rocked :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the great recipe. And thank you for posting the link on where to locate the rolls!

Esi said...

This looks like the perfect thing to go with chili!

Anonymous said...

I used to seasoning for the first time and I think it is pretty decent... I use to use Mrs. Dash a lot but I kind of over did it. The braggs is good because it has amin acids and it is low salt, but the Janes mix it up salt is really good

LizNoVeggieGirl said...

Great biscuits!!! Definitely will taste good with your chili.

Fitnessista said...

thanks for the great recipe!!!
that chili sounds so good.. it's one of my favorite things about autumn: eating soup and CHILI!

Jenn said...

I love me some biscuits. For the fall sometimes I'll put a little pumpkin in them and it adds a slight pumpkiny flavor and turns them light orange. :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the sandwich thins tip! Unfortunately, they are still not available in my area :o(

Wow, those drop biscuits look amazing! I grew up on KFC biscuits and since I obviously don't really eat those much anymore, it's great to see a really yummy recipe! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your positivity and enthusiasm! I bet those biscuits would be good with some seedy strawberry jam on 'em! YUM!

Anonymous said...

Those biscuits look really good - and really easy, which may be the best part :-) Right on my list to try, and I think its easy enough and quick so I can do it after work today! How well do you think they keep?

Bridget said...

Those biscuits look so good!! They are such a great comfort food fresh out of the oven. :)

RhodeyGirl/Sabrina said...

wow a simple but tasty recipe? looks like it's made for me!