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Tasty Tuesday: Sweet Blueberry Biscuits

I didn't eat these, well, I did taste them but I didn't eat a whole one. I wanted to  though. They looked smelled and the little bit I tried tasted delicious. The reason that I'm sharing this recipe from See.Try.Eat is because my family loved it so much that between the two of them, they ate about six biscuits in one sitting. It was pretty intense and they finished off the rest the next day or so. Here's the link to Sweet Blueberry Biscuits from See.Try. Eat

I would warn that you should NOT crowd the middle. There is an urgh that runs so deep that sees that big gapping space in the middle of your cast iron skillet and you think "It's got room, I can fill it!" but don't. It will require your biscuits to cook longer and they probably will still be a bit gooey in the middle. And you might think to yourself, "I don't really need to put that sauce on these, do I?" The answer is yes! Gild the lily as they say. It's needed in this recipe.

So in wrapping it up. Make these, they are awesome, worth every effort you would have to put forth in order to get them in your mouth!

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