These low carb biscuits are flavored with chopped jalapeños and cheese!
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I love making good food from scratch. I also love eating good food that is convenient. This low carb Angel Biscuit baking mix is somewhere in between. It's not an “add water, mix, pour, bake” product, but it IS a super low carb delicious mix that does a lot of the work for you. You'll need to add yeast, heavy cream, butter, water and vinegar, and should you eat every single biscuit – that would still be 8g net carbs – TOTAL.
I still have loads of jalapeños growing (see my Jalapeño Poppers for Halloween!) so I decided to add some to my low carb biscuits, then top them with a little cheese.
How to Make Low Carb Biscuits with Jalapeños
I followed the pack instructions, and here's what you have to do. Mix together half the biscuit mix with yeast.
Add chunks of frozen butter to a food processor with the other half of the biscuit mix. Add the two mixtures together. Mix together water, cream and vinegar in a bowl.
Add all the wet ingredients to the dry, together with a chopped jalapeño (I just used one large pepper but two wouldn't have been wrong!).
Form into a dough and divide the mixture into balls. The biscuit mix suggests 8 but I accidentally made 9! I placed them in an 8×8″ baking pan.
Bake them in a preheated oven for 10 minutes, sprinkle over some cheese (I used a Mexican blend) then cook for a further 5 minutes.
They are SO good straight out of the oven!!! (Oh and don't ask me how to store these biscuits – they all got eaten the same day as I baked them!)
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