Tangy Sour Cream & Onion Biscuits

Here’s another recipe I’m going to have to try!

Goes great with yesterday’s post: Crockpot Thyme Chicken Noodle Soup with Kale

My favorite potato chip flavor has always been sour cream & onion. I don’t eat them very often, but if there’s an open bag, they’re hard to resist. They’re tangy, and creamy, and crunchy . . . .  These biscuits, however, are as perfect a stand-in for the decadent chips as I could dream up.  I like that they remind me of junk food, even though the first ingredient in the base, Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Insta-Bake, is Whole Wheat Flour. (So they’re a bit better for you than potato chips.)

I’m amazed at how tender and fluffy they are; but still robust. These are not wimpy biscuits. The flavor of the sour cream develops as they cool. By the second day, I like to toast them to bring back the crispy outside; the cool sensation is…

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