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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Gooseberry Patch Recipe #5 French Onion Biscuits

Ok, get your copy/paste fingers and buttons ready.  This recipe is becoming a BIG favorite in our house, and of course, it's so easy and a definitely FAST FIX!

Before I get to the good stuff, I want to mention that the person who created this recipe, Lane Ann Miller, is from Hopkinsville, KY, and our family has stayed in this town many times on our way to and from Florida.  It's about six hours due south of us on 41, and we drove from Daytona to Hopkinsville this spring and stopped for the night.  It is also very close to Fort Campbell where my nephew is now located after returning last month from Afghanistan.  Just saw him for the first time on Sunday, and it was SOOOO good to give him a hug.  More on that later, now for the good stuff.....

I hope everyone with Gooseberry Patch cookbooks reads the read info at the bottom of a recipe.  There are some awesome tips and tricks to pick up and try!

 Tink is whisking the milk and French onion dip together.

Bear is mixing the liquid ingredients with the biscuit mix.

Time to drop some biscuits from the bowl to the stone.

Taking turns

Bake at 450 for8-10 minutes and brush with melted butter.

You can change up the sour cream flavoring to suit your tastes.  Enjoy Recipe #5 from the GP Fast Fix cookbook!


  1. After not having biscuit mix in the pantry for years, I just put it on the grocery list for another recipe. I'll add the dip. Now if I just had two lovely little ladies to put it all together!!


  2. looks good! family cooking time, so sweet. my mom always tells me she loves when i'm around and she's cooking...since i don't really cook myself.

  3. Sounds delicious, Lana. Do the pretty little girls come with it --if I make it????


  4. hmmm that looks mighty good!

    even i could do that!





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