These Cheesy Cheddar & Herb Drop Biscuits are dairy-free, extra extra special and most importantly EASY! They are dairy-free, only a handful of ingredients and much less messy than traditional biscuit making! Crunchy on the outside, yet buttery soft inside. Made with simple ingredients like flour, baking powder, herbs, salt and dairy-free butter & cheese. Eat these Cheesy Cheddar & Herb Drop Biscuits nice and warm out of the oven with a spread of vegan butter. It doesn’t get much better than that!
What are Drop Biscuits?
Drop biscuits are just like regular biscuits, but with no rolling required. Just scoop the dough onto a baking pan with an icecream or mashed potato scoop (or a super large cookie scoop)! No mess, no rolling, no floury countertops. No fuss!
You can make these Cheesy Cheddar & Herb Drop Biscuits to eat by themselves, or as a side with dinner. You can also make them without the cheddar or herbs and use them over a casserole or on top of cobbler!
What Ingredients Do I Need?
Only a few pantry staples, plus your favourite plant-based cheddar, butter and milk! I like to use Becel buttery sticks, oat milk, and Daiya cheddar shreds.
- All-Purpose Flour
- Baking Powder
- Mixed Herbs
- Vegan Butter
- Nondairy Milk
- Vegan Cheese Shreds
How to Make these Cheesy Cheddar & Herb Drop Biscuits:
It only takes a few simple steps to make them!
- Whisk together the dry ingredients. Simple as that! Flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, and mixed herbs.
- Cut in the cold vegan butter with a pastry blender. You could also pulse it all in a food processor!
- Add the nondairy milk and stir until just combined. This dough is slightly stickier than regular biscuit dough, but that’s fine because you just scoop it with a scoop and don’t need to worry about getting your hands all messy.
- Bake in preheated oven until golden brown. Remove and let cool slightly before enjoying.
I think we can all agree that we need to put biscuits on the meal plan for this week! And if you’re looking for more biscuit inspiration, check out these recipes!Print