Old Fashioned Country Biscuits



“Old Fashioned Country Biscuits”

Nothing says home like the smell of “Old Fashioned Country Biscuits”…just in time for the upcoming holidays! These biscuits are a must have on your table that will make you feel a bit indulgent as you “treat” yourself instead of cheating yourself and your family!

Check Out the Recipe Below!


Old Fashioned Country Biscuits


  • 2 cups almond meal
  • 2 TBSP baking powder
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 1 cup sour cream or plain 0% Greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup goat cheese or feta


  1. Preheat oven to 425 fahrenheit
  2. Whisk all dry ingredients together
  3. Add sour cream or 0% fat Greek yogurt and cheese; combine.
  4. Pour batter into greased muffin tins or dollop onto a pan
  5. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown
  6. Makes 9 biscuits

*Note: This recipe is very flexible. Goat cheese makes a lighter, sweeter treat while feta makes a savory, rich biscuit. Try adding cheddar cheese or spices such as rosemary and garlic. YUM!

This recipe would be an ‘S’ on the Trim Healthy Mama plan!



*Created Exclusively for The Laundry Moms by Annalise Bonin

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19 comments on “Old Fashioned Country Biscuits

  1. Michelle K says:

    Can almond flour be used instead of almond meal? If so, what measurement?

    • Terri Bonin says:

      Hi Michelle,

      Yes! It works the same. The measurements won’t change; the biscuits will simply be smoother. My family eats this recipe ALL THE TIME and we alternate between meal and flour. They both work great! ENJOY!!


    • Michelle K says:

      Can’t wait to try it! We made some coconut flour biscuits last weekend and they were just OK. They had a very strong coconut flavor which doesn’t always go with the main dish.

  2. Cheryl says:

    how would they be with. O cheese added, just a good plain biscuit.

    • Cheryl says:

      How would they be to use no cheese, for a plain biscuit?

    • I’m sorry for the late reply. You can definitely make these with no cheese…in fact, when you leave out the cheese, you’ve got a great base for just about anything. Wether it’s just plain biscuits or dough for piggies in a blanket. This is a good staple recipe.

    • Rachel K says:

      Hi!! I’m just starting the THM plan….so I’m very new and a little clueless still! Would these be S? And if so, could you use shredded sharp cheddar cheese instead of the feta? Thanks!!

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  5. Sheila says:

    Is there a way to print these recipes?

    • laundrymoms says:

      Hi Sheila,

      I will check on an easy option for printing!
      Thank you so much for your feedback 🙂


  6. Cyndi says:

    I made these and they smelled and tasted heavenly. Sadly, on the top cooked and the inside of them were like batter. Should I up the almond flour or decrease the yogurt?? Tips, hints. I am going to try them again. Should the dough/batter be thick? It seemed a little thin but it was well past pourable. I had to use a spoon to put it in the tins.

    • laundrymoms says:

      Sorry for the late reply! I would try reducing the cooking temperature. My oven personally cooks way too hot so I have to lower the temp for everything I bake.

      ~Meggan 🙂

  7. Sharon says:

    Help; I just made some biscuits and the baking powder is way too much! It actually left my tongue burning. What is wrong?

    • laundrymoms says:

      Hey Sharon!

      You could try reducing the baking powder if you want to. It may not need the full 2TB.

      ~Meggan 🙂

  8. I’ve tried a few THM biscuit recipes, and this is the best yet. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Mae says:

    When adding in cheddar cheese and garlic powder, do you omit the feta cheese and replace it with cheddar or add the cheddar in addition to the feta cheese?

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