Pancake Mix Biscuits

Pancake mix is easy to find anywhere and it makes a surprisingly delicious and fast biscuit.  I have two easy examples here to share with you.  The first is a garlic cheddar biscuit and the second is a tasty cinnamon vanilla scone.

Garlic Cheddar Biscuits

garlic cheddar biscuitsingredients:
2 1/2 c.   pancake mix
1             egg
1/4 c.      butter
1/3 c.      water
1 Tbsp.   minced garlic
1 c.         grated cheddar
optional: 2 Tbsp. flax seed meal, 1-2 sliced green onions

Mix together with a spoon or your hands (hands work best)
garlic cheddar biscuits

The dough will be soft but not really sticky so very little flour will
be needed to roll the dough out. 
garlic cheddar biscuits

To save time and add some fun I simply use my pizza cutter to slice up
the dough into fun and odd shapes rather than circles.  As long as the
individual biscuits are all about the same size it works just as well
as a circle cutter.
garlic cheddar biscuits

They need to go into a 425 oven for only 10-12 minutes or until they
are golden brown.
garlic cheddar biscuits

Cinnamon Vanilla English Scones

cinnamon sconesingredients:
2 1/2 c. pancake mix
1          egg
1/4 c.   butter
1/2 c.   sour cream
1 Tsp.  vanilla (don't skimp
              on this, get the good
              stuff.  It is very
              affordable at a place
              like Costco.)
2 Tbsp. flax seed meal
cinnamon sugar

Mix together with a spoon or your hands and separate dough into two
balls.  Roll out into a 8-10in. circle and sprinkle with Cinnamon
cinnamon scones

Fold dough in half and sprinkle again.
cinnamon scones

Fold in half again and press the edges to seal and form a rough
circle, you may want to flatten it out just a bit. 
cinnamon scones

Using a pizza cutter simple cut through the dough as shown to form delicious
looking wedges.
cinnamon scones

Bake at 425 for 10-12 minutes, meanwhile we have the vanilla frosting.
It is simple, with a whisk, or best, a mixer with a whisk attachment
blend together 1 Tbsp. vanilla, 3 c. powdered sugar, 1 Tbsp. butter
(room temp), and 2 Tbsp. water.
cinnamon scones

Simply whip till smooth and put into a zip top bag.  A few minutes
after the scones come out of the oven, snip the corner of the bag and
squeeze frosting onto scones.  The frosting will melt down the sides
of the scones this way.  If you want the frosting to stay on top wait
until they are completely cooled.
cinnamon scones

The results:
garlic cheddar biscuitscinnamon scones

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