We have 9 of the Best Gluten-Free Biscuits Recipes – You can eat Biscuits Now! Luckily not being able to have gluten, does not mean you can’t have biscuits anymore! Biscuits are one of those great comfort foods that I love. Biscuits are one of those foods that usually have gluten in them. If you love biscuits but have to eat gluten-free these days, finding a GOOD gluten-free biscuits recipe could be a problem.
That’s why I have tried to make life easier for you by assembling this list of gluten-free biscuits for you. I never knew there were so many different kinds of gluten-free biscuits recipes in the world. Biscuits are a great food and are very versatile.
You can have biscuits with so many different foods. You can eat gluten-free biscuits for breakfast, lunch or dinner or anytime in between. Biscuits can be part of a meal or simply a delicious snack.
Luckily not being able to have gluten, does not mean you can’t have biscuits! We can all enjoy this great food! So get out the honey and jam and butter and let’s have a treat together!
If you like these gluten-free biscuits, you may also like these recipes:
Gluten-Free Biscuits Recipes
1. Gluten-Free Cheddar Biscuits – Gluten Free Daddy
Our whole loves to go to Red Lobster and we especially enjoy the cheddar biscuits. Well, that was the way it was until we discovered our son is allergic to gluten and can’t eat the biscuits at Red Lobster anymore. Since it isn’t fair and it’s too big of a hassle that our son can’t eat the biscuits there and the girls can, we don’t eat at Red Lobster anymore. I mean I don’t know anyone that can eat there without eating the biscuits. So now we stay home and make our own. This is a substitution friendly recipe. You can use any brand of gluten-free flour, it doesn’t matter what you use for sugar, honey, Stevia, agave, and sugar all work fine. The fat is the same way. You can use butter, coconut oil, olive oil or ghee. Butter is the traditional fat to use and I think it tastes the best. Just use whatever works best for you and yours.
2. GF Biscuits – Your Home Based Mom
Leigh Anne has experimented with many different gluten-free biscuit recipes and has had a really hard time finding one that she really loves. This is her favorite so far. As she says a gluten-free biscuit will never be like a fluffy fat flaky white flour buttermilk biscuit. It just isn’t possible. This biscuit is flavorful and flaky and as good as you’re going to get. So give it a try, we think you’ll enjoy it.
3. Buttermilk Biscuits – Evolving Table
Recently I have been really angry with my gluten rejecting gut. That isn’t a good attitude and I knew it needed to change because it doesn’t do my state of mind any good. A lot of the reason I’ve been angry is that what I miss most are bread, rolls, and biscuits. So I decided that attitude needed to end. I decided to just suck it up and make some gluten-free biscuits and smother them with my favorite gluten-free Southern Sausage Gravy. The gravy recipe is included on the blog.
4. GF Biscuits – Food Fanatic
These are really good IF you follow the directions carefully and measure the flour correctly. That means you don’t just eyeball it. You fill the cup, give the flour a couple little stirs to make sure there aren’t are air bubbles. Then use the knife to level it off. If you don’t level it off you’ll be using too much flour and that will make them dense. If they are dense they just won’t be as good as they could be.
5. Grain Free Drop Biscuits – The Joyful Foodie
These are made with almond flour and potato starch instead of GF flour. The almond flour provides a lot of fiber and protein. If you think almond flour is too weird and haven’t tried it before you’re really missing out. I really think you’ll like baking with and eating almond flour. It isn’t weird at all and is a very common flour for Paleo eaters. Don’t let that scare you. Paleo eaters really aren’t weird as you might think. Almond flour is just almonds ground up really fine. It’s actually quite delicious.
6. Fluffy Gluten Free Biscuits – Simply Recipes
These are little different than other biscuits. That’s why they look so good. Elise includes very specific instructions on how to make these taste really good. She actually uses sour cream and heavy cream instead of buttermilk. She bakes them in a cast iron skillet very close together. She also makes like you would a pie crust with very cold butter and makes sure her hands are cold too. She uses this 9-inch cast iron skillet which you may also like to try using.
7. Three Cheese Basil Biscuits – Maebells
These aren’t just plain biscuits. They are made with three different kinds of cheese and butter and milk with fresh basil and garlic. Anything has to be good with three kinds of cheese in it. Seriously, they are made with Gluten-Free Bisquick so they are actually pretty quick and easy to make.
8. Goat Cheese Dill Mini Biscuits – Boulder Locavore
Here are some tangy, honey, biscuits made with goat cheese and dill. The goat cheese and dill gives them a nice flavor of spring. They are made quite small so each biscuit is only two bites. They make a great side dish with a salad or a bowl of soup or in place in rolls for dinner.
9. Cheddar Jalapeno Bacon Biscuits – Peace Love and Low Carb
These are no ordinary biscuits either. When they are made with cream cheese, almond flour, cheddar cheese, bacon and pickled jalapeno they could never be ordinary. What an explosion of flavors. I included these because sometimes you don’t want just black and ordinary. You want flavor. I say that because my dad doesn’t like anything flavorful. That’s a joke really but he does only like plain food that I don’t think has much flavor. He doesn’t like spices except for salt and pepper. These aren’t bland and plain, that’s for sure.