Cheese and Garlic Drop Biscuits

For our second lab of the semester we made these Cheese and Garlic Drop Biscuits.  They are so easy and quick to prepare.  Plus they are just plain delicious.  I am loving my students for this semester.  They are all eager to learn how to prepare all kinds of food.  I still have to work on a few students that are a little lazy about writing down the steps and the amounts of ingredients, but failure can be a good learning experience.

Here is the recipe that we used along with photos that give step by step instructions so that you are sure to have successful results.  Now take a look at what my students so lovingly created for me to taste and for them to enjoy.   

1st Block Kitchen 1

1st Block Kitchen 2

1st Block Kitchen 3

1st Block Kitchen 4

1st Block Kitchen 5

1st Block Kitchen 6

2nd Block Kitchen 1

2nd Block Kitchen 2

2nd Block Kitchen 3

2nd Block Kitchen 4

2nd Block Kitchen 5

Happy Cooking,

The Teacher Cooks

About these ads

45 Comments

Filed under Biscuits

45 responses to “Cheese and Garlic Drop Biscuits

  1. Von Beasley

    clearly you have a first place (1st block, kitchen 2) and a last place (2nd block, kitchen1).

  2. I have never used this recipe with my students. I will now! They all look lovely except for 2nd block kitchen one. Did they not put in enough BP or was their fat too warm – oven too cold?
    What did they do?

  3. jessica V.

    i learned for the first time that all dry and wet ingredediants should be separated and then poured in together at the same time

  4. this was fun to cook! i learned that you measure your liquids in glass bowls.

  5. Viviana Dishmey

    I learned that it is easier to measure and lay out every ingredient on the counter before mixing them all together to avoid leaving anything out.

  6. amber 1st

    I learned about the biscuit method and how sticky the dough can be.

  7. Summer Bailey

    I learned if you add to much milk your biscuits will be flat, also i learned that it is better to mix wet and dry ingredients separately, then combine when everything is ready.

  8. edwin warner

    I learned that if there is a food that you don’t like, sometimes you can find a recipe with that food that agrees with you.

  9. jessica n.

    i learned making garlic biscuits leave a bad taste in your mouth the rest of the day

  10. i learned if you miss an ingredient it makes the whole recipe taste bad

  11. Gifty

    Doing this lab I learned what tjhe term “drop” meant. I didnt actually realize that the intructions literally mean free drop! Thats my kind of cooking!!!

  12. gabby c 1st per, 2nd sem.

    These biscuits are my favorite thing we,ve made in class. I don’t know if it was my group or what but our biscuits were delicious and the best.
    I’m going to make these at home and maybe share with my family!

  13. Kaylon Hendrix

    I learned that things simply cooked, can taste just as wonderful as something that takes time. If you over mix it, the bisquits will turn out pointy.

  14. Alex

    These were very fun to make! I love cheese! They tasted just like Red Lobster biscuits (: I learned that even though we just “slopped” these together, they still tasted delicious!

  15. Lindsey Harley, 2nd block

    I learned that for especially in this lab you had to separate the liquids and the solids and THEN mix them together.

  16. breana j hemming

    i learned that using blocked cheese and shredding it yourself makes the biscuits better then using already shredded cheese

  17. Jordan Griffin 2nd block

    I learned that if you wanted them to be more cheesy that you also have to add more milk.

  18. alyssa

    I learned that when you make these you put shredded cheese in the mix, and that these are the same biscuits they make at red lobster

  19. Marty 2nd period

    I learned that biscuits like these are easy to make. (not because their my favorite biscuits). I also learned it is better to grated the cheese by hand instead of cheese bought from the store. I would not taste as great as there were.

  20. Lauren Bowman

    i learned grated cheese is better than the store cheese.

  21. Sarah M. 2nd

    I learned how to grate cheese and that grated cheese is better than already shredded store bought cheese

  22. Brooke H

    These biscuits were absolutely delicious. It is my favorite thing to cook now after learning how to make them in class. One thing i did learn is there can never be too much cheese or garlic with these.

  23. Julie O

    i learned how to make biscuits from scratch and they taste really good just like the ones from red lobster.

  24. ashton 2nd period

    if you stir too much they can become soupy and flat

  25. Brittany H. 2nd block

    I learned that the dough for bisquits can be very sticky and how to carefully grate the cheese.

  26. ashton 2nd period

    dont stir too much because they wont be thick

  27. carmen g.

    i learned that grating cheese yourself is better than already been grated cheese!

  28. Katie Johnson

    This was one of the best tasting labs yet! My group won the best picture, we were in the oven second, our table was set first, and I believe we were eating first. This was a great day! Today I learned how to make Red Lobster Biscuits. ;]]

  29. melissa cuevas

    i learned that using a block of cheese and grating it yourself is cheaper and more tasteful than shredded cheese already packaged.

  30. Chelsea G

    I learned that if you want them to be cheesy you have to add more milk.

  31. Jasmine j

    i learned how to grate cheese, it was fun and simple . :)

  32. Patrick Hogan

    these were amazing. tasted just like red lobsters! i learned that cheese bought from the store isnt as good as fresh cheese!!!

  33. jasmin m

    i learned that tooo much milk makes them flat! an they are amazingly awesome!

  34. I posted a recipe where I used left over garlic cheddar biscuits!

    http://pantrychef.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/chili-and-cheddar-biscuits/

  35. Miracle

    I had a very good time making these biscuits! i learned its better to grate cheese because it comes out amazingly delicious!

  36. Natasha

    AMAZINGG ! I felt like i was in a 5 star resturanunt !

  37. Rebecca McConnell

    Don’t be in such a big rush, seperatly mix your dry & liquid ingredients, then mix them together.

  38. charity

    I LEARNED YOU CSAN PUT GARLIC IN IT AT THE END AND IT WILL STILL TASTE GOOD

  39. candi h

    these cheese and garlic drop biscuits taste better than just regular cheese biscuits! i loved working with my group to make these! they were very quick and easy to make also!!

  40. Marissa 1st period

    I learned that for these type of biscuits you have to measure out the dry ingredients seperate from the liquid ingredients then mix them together. I also learned that you have to add more milk if you want cheesier biscuits.

  41. Brittany Smith

    I learned that you have to measure out and mix the dry ingredients separately from the liquid ingredients before you mix them together & that you don’t want to put in too much garlic!!!!!

  42. Galia Sayyar

    I learned how to grate cheese and that fresh cheese is the way to go! it is cheaper and tastes better than already shredded store bought cheese!

  43. Jade Sanders 1st period

    I learned that these are quick and easy to make AND that they are ridiculously delicious.

  44. astrid vazquez

    these have been my favorite biscuits we have made. i made them at home for my family and they loved them!!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s