Sweet Potato-Honey Buttermilk Biscuits are best served warm with sweet cream butter and a drizzle of honey.
I’m trying to ignore the fact that I’m kind of totally unprepared for Thanksgiving next week, so I’m spending the morning eating Sweet Potato-Honey Buttermilk Biscuits and putting together holiday gift guides. Because clearly moving on to the next holiday when I don’t have this one nailed down is totally the right move.
So, gift guides!
The other day I took an informal poll on Facebook to see if you’d prefer one ginormous guide or several smaller, more focused gift guides. Right after I posted, I realized I wasn’t so into the idea of one larger-than-life (read, overwhelming-get-lost-in-the-shuffle) gift guide. Thankfully, neither were you guys!
Get ready! Staring next weekend I’ll be sharing Holidays Gift Guides every Saturday and Sunday during the month of December!
I have one problem with making biscuits. It get me every. single. time. I’m sharing this with you because I don’t want you to make my mistakes. This is a perfect example of do as I say, not as I do.
I make my biscuit dough and work it to the perfect thickness. This is the point where I should just cut my biscuits and get on with the day. But no, that would clearly be too easy. For some reason, I always seem to think it’s a good idea to work the dough (which is already fine as it is) a little more so I can finagle one or two more biscuits out of the batch.
This is fine is you don’t like thick biscuits….but who doesn’t like a good thick biscuit. I sure do! I just have a problem making them.
I recommend serving these pillowy Sweet Potato-Honey Buttermilk Biscuits straight from the oven, while they’re warm. I love splitting biscuits in half, watching the steam billow up from the freshly cooked dough. Top each biscuit with a pad of salted sweet cream butter and a drizzle of honey. Fresh jam, like blackberry or red currant, also makes a wonderful topping for these biscuits.
While I love
eating devouring these biscuits as a sweet breakfast, that’s far from the only way to enjoy them!
I’ve got my eye on these biscuits as an integral part of my day after Thanksgiving turkey sandwich! Add some stuffing, a little cranberry sauce, maybe some gravy…you’ve already got the sweet potatoes covered….it’s the whole shebang!
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