Homemade Oat Bisuts

Love Biscuts, Then You will love this recipe. This recipe is made with Ground Oats and is a great way to get more fiber in your diet. Not to mention that they taste great. They are light and fluffy and you can eat them the same as regular biscuts.  They have more flavor as to regular biscuts but still really good.


2 1/2 c. All Purpose Flour

1/2 c. Ground Oats ( just place 2 c. Oats plus 1/2 c. Flour in processor and pulse until gorund. keep in airtight container)

2 Tbsp. Baking Powder

1/4 tsp. Salt

3 Tbsp. Butter

3 Tbsp. Crisco

1 Egg, Beaten

1 c. Milk


(1.) Heat oven to 400*.

(2) In a bowl whisk together the Flour, Ground Oats, Baking powder and Salt. Add in the butter and crisco and using a fork or pastry cutter, cut in until the size of small peas.

(3) Beat the egg and milk together and add to the flour mixture and stir until combined. Pour onto a floured surface and pat or roll out to about 1/2 inch thick. Cut out piecces using a biscut cutter and place on to a sheet pan or biscut pan about 1/2 inch apart. Using your Thumb gently press down slighty on top of the biscut making a slight indention. Bake for 20- 25 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oven and carefully place in serving bowl or dish and serve.

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