Today we had our first snow in Kansas, and the kids were so excited! Well, their momma was excited too. We had our overalls, gloves, and coats on – ready to take care of the animals – as soon as the sun was up.
There was sledding, snowball fights, awe, and wonder. Ayda is only three, so this was her first memorable experience with snow. She was in heaven. It is so fun seeing something for the first time through a child’s eyes.
I enjoy all types of weather. Maybe it is the change – or that it is uncontrollable. I do love getting outside and experiencing it all, whether that is the first snow, or an incoming storm. It is beautiful and enchanting.
We were pretty busy today, so it was leftover Jambalaya for dinner. What goes best with Jambalaya? Yes, Cornbread. However, this was leftovers, and I served cornbread with the original meal. So, I decided a quick batch of Cheddar Herb Biscuits would be just as tasty.
These biscuits are unbelievable. Tall and flaky, with just the right amount of garlic. They definitely earned their spot with Jambalaya for any day of the week.
My husband enjoys them – hot out of the oven – at breakfast with a fried egg and Tobasco. I go for one of my favorite comfort meals, biscuit pot pie. Or simply, by themselves with a smear of homemade butter.
There is nothing better than fresh baked bread, or a hot flaky biscuit with dinner during the cold Winter months. I hope you enjoy!
Serves 8 People
These Garlic and Herb Biscuits, studded with local Farmhouse Cheddar, are hard to resist. You will want to double this recipe.
15 minPrep Time
18 minCook Time
33 minTotal Time
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