Churches Honey Biscuits

Churches Honey Biscuits are some delightful biscuits. The honey adds a perfect touch to your everyday biscuit, you should give the Churches Honey Biscuits a try. I hate to admit how many times I have stopped for some of Churches honey biscuits, they are always so perfect, warm, and have a touch of sweetness to them. I hope you enjoy Churches Honey Biscuits because I think that churches honey biscuits are just fabulous.

churches Honey biscuits

Churches Honey Biscuits

Church's Honey Biscuits

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  • Recipe Type: bread
  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Cook time: 15 minutes
  • Serves: 4
Church's Honey Biscuits

You can make biscuits just like Church's, this recipe will have you cooking in no time.

Ingredients

  • 2 cup flour
  • 4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1/2 cup vegetable shortening
  • 1 teaspoon cream of tarter
  • 2/3 cup whole milk
  • 1/4 cup butter (melt in small pan and set aside)
  • 1/3 cup honey

Instructions

Place flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, cream of tarter in a mixing bowl. Work in the shortening until the mixture feels like cornmeal.

Pour milk into flour and mix well. Knead about 12 - 15 times. Break dough into about 1/4 -1/3 cup size balls. Roll dough into balls and pat to 1/2" thickness. Brush with melted butter and place on a baking sheet.  Place biscuits into a 450 degrees preheated oven and bake 10 - 12 minutes.

While the churches honey biscuits are in the oven, pour the honey into the remainder of the butter and bring to a boil. Remove honey butter from heat and set aside. When biscuits are done remove from the oven and immediately brush with honey butter.

Serve with your Churches Honey Biscuits with your favorite fried chicken dinner or churches honey biscuits are wonderful for breakfast.

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  • Steven Pierce

    I used to work at Churches, the texture is spot on, like meme says the shape is a little off because of the way we loaded the pan. We would scoop them out with a disher and then roll them to flatten. The one thing I might suggest though is the shortening. I do not think it was pure butter but I recall that the chunks in the mix were yellow. I think it was from butter flavoring and honey right in the biscuit as well as brushed on rather than just shortening. Also the ovens we used were convection which changes the way they cook. Because of this we brushed them with butter mix before during and after bake

    • http://www.copykat.com Stephanie Manley

      Thank you for your note. I am sure they were using something in their mix that is difficult to duplicate at home. When recreating these recipes I try to stick with ingredients we have in our grocery store. I am guessing it was some sort of fat in there that caused the chunks of yellow. Maybe I can try this with butter flavored crisco.

  • Steven Pierce

    I used to work at Churches, the texture is spot on, like meme says the shape is a little off because of the way we loaded the pan. We would scoop them out with a disher and then roll them to flatten. The one thing I might suggest though is the shortening. I do not ink it was pure butter but I recall that the chunks in the mix were yell. I think it was from butter flavoring and honey right in the biscuit as well as brushed on. Also the ovens we used were convection wich changes the way they cook. Because of this we brushed them with butter mix before during and after bake.

  • meme

    i made this biscuit in 2 consecutive days and still didn’t have enough.

  • meme

    this biscuits doesn’t look like the one from churches chicken after you take it out from the oven but yet the texture is the same specially if you submerge it in the honey butter after you take it out. very yummy..

  • Beautiful Disaster

    I made my o sooo Delicious I can smell them now.. Yum

  • http://40somethingmommy.com Liz Nelson

    I have always loved these biscuits! I will make these soon!