The most delicious Easy Simple Gluten-Free Herb Biscuits you will ever make! Perfectly crispy brown outer layer with a fluffy cheesy center all topped with butter and herbs. Yum!
Have you been in search of an Easy Gluten-Free Herb Biscuits recipe that still has that incredible texture and flavor you remember as a kid?
Well, these biscuits have it all. A crispy light outer layer sprinkled with fresh herbs and a fluffy cheesy center that will have you singing and dancing around the kitchen. Trust me! These are outrageous!
Additionally, It still baffles me that they are gluten-free but hey, I will take it! I have actually found that in a lot of cases gluten-free bread, pasta and other traditional foods that usually contain gluten taste better with the gluten-free ingredients.
Ingredients needed to make these gluten free herb biscuits
How to make these super Easy Gluten-Free Herb Biscuits
- Mix up the dry ingredients.
2. Mix up the wet ingredients, add them to the dry, mix to combine.
3. Fold in the goat cheese.
5. Bake at 400 degrees F for 12-15 minutes until nice and golden brown.
6. Brush them with melted butter and a sprinkle of salt and fresh chives or parsley.
So good everyone will want the recipe!
You will never need to look up another Gluten-Free Herb Biscuit recipe again and you can change-up the types of cheese and herbs you use to add some variety as well.
What to serve with these Gluten Free Herb Biscuits
- Sausage and Pepper Breakfast Egg Muffins
- Healthy Crustless Ham and Broccoli Quiche
- Baked Veggies Frittata With Kale and Sweet Potato
- Healthy Turkey Chili
- Creamy Asparagus Soup
- Creamy Instant Pot Sweet Potato Soup
Here are some more easy gluten free recipes you may also want to try
- Healthy Apple Muffins
- Gluten Free Cranberry Orange Muffins
- Gluten Free Zucchini Muffins
- Easy Gluten Free Zucchini Banana Bread
- Healthy Baked Pumpkin Donuts
- Use feta cheese in place of the goat cheese. Just make sure you let it soften a little and press out any excess liquid before adding it to the batter.
- Switch up the herbs. You can use, dill, basil (dried), parsley or even chives in the batter and for topping.
- Use any type of milk. I chose dairy free, unsweetened, plain almond milk but you can use any type of milk except canned coconut milk since you may get a hint of coconut in the final result.
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