Archive for the ‘Soaked Bread’ Category

I have to say, one of my favorite things to eat is a warm biscuit with butter melting on it and honey dripping off!! Oh my mouth is watering!  I love biscuits for breakfast with homemade gravy. To think about it, I like them with any meal or anything! I used to feel that biscuits where so messy to make with all the flour and the sticky. But once I started soaking them (because of the nutritional value) they are breeze to make, as well as being even yummier then before! The only thing with soaked grains is that you have to be organized!! Eeeek! Not exactly my strong point. But when I do remember, it is so much easier! Are you ready to get rid of bisquick forever?? After you try this recipe you will never go back!

2 cups kamut or spelt flour fresh ground is best

2 TB yogurt or whey 

Just enough warm water to make it stick together but not be wet

  Cover and let sit on counter for at least 8 hours or overnight (Make sure you use a glass bowl)

Add 2 TB melted butter or coconut oil 

1/2 tsp baking soda

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt 

Mix well with hands or kitchen aid mixer

Roll to thickness desired you do not want to roll out too thin 

As you can see in the photo no flour no mess!! 

Cut biscuits out with a glass or biscuit cutter. This one was my Great Grandma’s that she used for many years made from an old tin can! Every time I use it I think of her. She lived to be 101 and left such a legacy!

Arrange on baking sheet

Bake at 350 for 15 to 20 minuets or until golden


Slather on the butter and I mean slather. It’s good for you. Lot’s of vitamin A there!! And I don’t think I can think of any better way to get vitamin A!!


As you can tell by this photo we had some yummy fresh butter to go on them. Oh so yummy! 


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