Here’s my mother’s super simple recipe for onion biscuits.Â They go perfectly with roast chicken, or a bean soup, and the girls love to help make (and eat) them -Â a great way to occupy the children with something purposeful while I’m trying to get dinner ready.
2 tubes of biscuits, 1 stick of butter, and 2 packets onion soup mix.
Cut the biscuits into quarters (yes, an almost 5 year-old can use a knife safely – we practice “fingers BACK”Â and I supervise closely.)
Add the onion soup mix to a large bowl.
Melt the butter and add it to the soup mix.Â Stir to combine into salty, buttery goodness.
Add the bicuits, a handful at a time, and roll them around until thoroughly coated.
Place on a Silpat or parchment paper, and bake at 450 F for about 5-7 min.Â Watch carefully to avoid burning.
What do your kids enjoy creating in the kitchen?
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Oh yum! I have such good memories of eating onion biscuits at camp when I was a teenager. Thanks for the recipe.
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