Aunt Marilyn’s Biscuits: Alkaline Plant Based (Dr.Sebi Approved)

Aunt Marilyn’s Biscuits: Alkaline Plant Based (Dr.Sebi Approved)

Does everyone have someone in their family that makes the best mouth watering biscuits from scratch? When I was a little girl that person for me was my Auntie Marilyn. She made the best biscuits ever! I am dedicating this recipe and blog post to her, my Uncle Howard, Von, Toya, and Shawn. I love you all. I love you Aunt Marilyn! Thank you for always being so kind to me and giving me good laughs. Thank you for great memories that inspire me to revisit this recipe often. May you continue to Rest In Heaven!

I started making these biscuits from scratch a few months ago and each batch gets better. They are very fun and quick to whip up. I can honestly say that the recipe isn’t intimidating at all.  Anyone can  cook these. Now these biscuits are plant based but please do not sleep on them lol. They will knock you off your feet. They really do taste very good. The perfect combination of sweet and salty that should be in a biscuit are easily there as well as the ideal biscuit texture. You can actually give it the texture you want. I like for ours to be as close to my Aunts, slightly brown on the bottom and top. So I bake it on the bottom rack and I put it under the broiler.  I do believe my Auntie Marilyn would be proud! I hope you will try this recipe and please tell me how it turns out for you and if you enjoyed it or not. If you have any questions hit me up. Post a picture of your biscuits and tag us or send us a tasty looking shot of your biscuits.

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These Alkaline Biscuits are my absolute favorite! They are very soft and tasty. They serve well with agave. Eat them warm or cold. Try not to eat the entire batch 🙂
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 12-15 minutes
Servings
6 Biscuits
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 12-15 minutes
Servings
6 Biscuits
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix flour and sea salt
  2. Pour in all wet ingredients and then stir until all are combined
  3. Use your hand to finish combining the dough
  4. Break apart dough into 6 pieces to form biscuits or roll it out and use a cutter
  5. Lightly grease cookware with grapeseed oil
  6. Bake at 350 for 12-15 minutes. Put under the broiler for the last 1-2 minutes to lightly brown (optional)
  7. Remove them from the pan let them cool some. Serve warm with agave or jam.
Recipe Notes

Trust the recipe and mix it all together even if it does not seem like enough liquid. You can let it sit for a few minutes after using your hands to form a ball and it will be easier to work with. When you roll it out try not to overwork the dough. For softer biscuits cut them thick. Enjoy! 

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