Make Paula Deen’s Biscuits at Home: Paula Deen Biscuit Recipe
Are you at home but craving some of Paula Deen’s famous, homemade biscuits? Make them right in your kitchen! Paula Deen has released the recipe for her classic biscuits so that you can enjoy them wherever you are! Keep reading to get the Paula Deen biscuit recipe.
Paula Deen Biscuit Recipe
If you’ve been thinking about Paula Deen’s homemade biscuits, there’s no better time than now to make some right at home! Here is the Paula Deen biscuit recipe:
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 12 Minutes
Servings: About 3 Dozen (Note: People who’ve tested the recipe says it only makes about 8-10 biscuits)
- 2 cups of all purpose flour
- 1 teaspoon of sugar
- 1 tablespoon of baking powder
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 8 tablespoons of cubed butter
- ¾ cup of milk
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees F
- In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt together.
- Cut butter into mixture until it begins to look like cornmeal.
- Make a well with flour mixture and slowly add milk into the middle.
- Knead dough with your fingers and add milk when necessary.
- Roll out dough onto lightly floured surface and roll out to desired thickness.
- Cut with a small biscuit cutter.
- Butter bottom of skillet and place biscuits in pan.
- Bake for 12 minutes or until golden brown.
Even if you’re not an avid baker, you’ll love this quick and easy biscuit recipe! Bring a taste of Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen to your home.
About Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen
If you’ve ever been to The Island in Pigeon Forge, you’ve seen Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen. And if you’ve ever had the pleasure of dining there, you know that it’s hard to beat the classic Deen Family recipes. This Pigeon Forge restaurant serves every meal family style, so you can pass around endless portions of your favorite dishes to everyone at your table. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner while looking onto the Island Show Fountains. Popular dishes include her classic biscuits (of course), southern fried chicken, chicken & dumplings and southern meatloaf. The next time you’re able to visit Pigeon Forge, be sure to stop by for a delicious meal!
More Recipes to Make at Home
Loved Paula Deen’s biscuits so much that you want to try making other famous Smoky Mountain dishes? You’re in luck! We have several other recipes for you to try in your own kitchen.
Dollywood’s Cinnamon Bread – It’s no secret that everyone loves Dollywood’s world famous cinnamon bread. If you’re missing the familiar taste, make it at home! All you need is a loaf of frozen bread dough, a half cup of sugar, 1.5 tablespoons of cinnamon, and 4 tablespoons of butter. For the glaze, you’ll need a cup of powdered sugar and 2 to 3 tablespoons of water or fresh lemon juice. For the full recipe, read our blog “Finally Revealed: The Dollywood Cinnamon Bread Recipe.”
Old Mill Recipes – If you’re missing the famous Southern dishes from the Old Mill Restaurant, we’ve got you covered. We’ve gathered recipes for their corn chowder, corn fritters, and famous pecan pie! Each of these recipes are fairly simple to make, so you don’t have to be a gourmet chef to perfect these dishes. A couple of these dishes do require ingredients from The Old Mill, which you can purchase online.
For the full recipes for these Old Mill meals, read our blog, “All About the Old Mill Pigeon Forge Menu & Favorite Restaurant Recipes.”
Ole Red’s Champagne of Chicken – Bring a taste of Ole Red Gatlinburg to your hometown! One of the most popular menu items at Ole Red is the Champagne of Chicken. The chicken comes in a champagne bucket with buttermilk biscuits. This recipe requires a little more effort and time than the other recipes we’ve listed, but it’s definitely worth your hard work! You can even pair the fried chicken with Paula Deen’s biscuits! For the recipe to this Ole Red menu item, read our blog, “Recipe Revealed: Ole Red Gatlinburg’s Champagne of Chicken.”
Now that you have the Paula Deen biscuit recipe and these other great Smoky Mountain recipes, it’s time to get to cooking! When you get tired of being in the kitchen and want to plan where you should dine the next time you visit the Smokies, learn more about the popular restaurants in the area.