Biscuits are an American staple invented before the Civil War. They started as a humble, cheap and filling addition to meals and because a favorite as people realized they absorbed sauces better than bread.
They are delicious whether you have them at breakfast or a side with dinner! But, traditional recipes are too high in carbs to be regularly enjoyed by people with blood sugar concerns. That’s why we are sharing some great biscuit recipes today. We have four different biscuit recipes. While we have been trying to keep our recipe selection low-fat this year, please pay attention to the nutritional facts. Some of these are pretty fatty and might not be suitable for health goals.
If you love breakfast sandwiches but want to eat one-handed, this is your new favorite recipe. This biscuit has sausage and cheese incorporated, so you can have breakfast on the go. Served hot, the cheese is gooey! They freeze well, so you can enjoy them on a busy weekday morning by microwaving them for a minute. A serving has 151 calories, 1.5 grams of carbs, 0.7 grams of fiber and 11.4 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
These biscuits are fluffy, flaky and perfect. They are also low in carbs! You can make them sweet or savory with optional cheddar cheese. Three of our biscuits today use almond flour. It’s a great way to cut carbs. What differentiates them from each other is the liquids they use. This recipe uses milk. As written, a serving has 162 calories, four grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and 16 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
Many people will tell you the best thing at Red Lobster is the free bread. Their cheddar bay biscuits are so popular you can even buy a mix to make them at home from the supermarket. Everyone loves them! This copycat recipe is easy, and the flavor is spot on! While Red Lobster’s biscuits have 16 grams of carbs, these have five! A serving has 265 calories, five grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and 24 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
This recipe uses only five ingredients, and one of them is salt. We can’t resist simplicity. These biscuits are excellent for people who don’t consider themselves bakers or when you are baking with children. They are easy, forgiving, tender and fluffy! A serving has 277 calories, 10 grams of carbs, five grams of fiber and 23 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
These recipes can help you start your day out right or will help you serve a star side dish. At any time of the day, biscuits are the perfect bread, and they don’t have to be carb heavy!