Paleo Biscuits (Southern Layered Fluffy Biscuits)

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You know those canned biscuits that come off in layers? They split perfectly down the middle to slather on some good ol’ butter and jam. If you have ever tasted a fluffy wheat dinner biscuit, it’s hard to imagine ever getting that delicious texture and warm buttery goodness once you’ve begun a grain free diet. Today I have an amazing flakey layer biscuit for you that just won’t quit!

It starts with Tapioca flour which could easily be replaced with Arrowroot powder, but uses a combination of light kneading to achieve layers that just crack open in the oven. I could. Stay tuned in the future for when I make these puppies cinnamon raisin style!!

Paleo Layer Biscuits

3/4 cup +3 tbsp Tapioca flour (might need a little more for dusting)

3/4 cup Almond flour

1/2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt

1 tsp honey or coconut sugar

2 eggs

3 tbsp melted coconut oil or butter

2 tbsp melted butter

Preheat oven to 350 and spray a pan with non stick cooking spray (coconut oil preferable). Mix dry ingredients and then add the egg, honey and oil all at once mixing well, save the 2 tbsp butter for just before baking. Toss a little extra tapioca flour on the counter (dough will be sticky like cookie dough, but the flour on the counter will be a great help for keeping it from sticking to the counter). Turn the dough over to coat the exterior in tapioca flour, then fold over about 3 times (kneading a little flour in until it’s no longer sticky, but more yeast-roll-like).At last, press like play dough out into a log where you can get 9-10 biscuits out, cut with a knife and place on pan. Paint with melted butter and bake for 10-13 minutes until bottoms are golden brown.

I love to mix a little cinnamon honey butter to go on these, but they literally would make an excellent addition to any Paleo meal 🙂

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  1. lois copeland says:

    Kara these look wonderful! I’m headed to Big Lots in Destin to get the Tapioca flour since school is closed for hurricane prep and the bridge tolls have been suspended 😁. I’ll let you know how it turns out.

    Love you all. Keep us in your prayers. So far cool fall weather yesterday and today and beautiful sunny skies. Will enjoy when we can.

    Love, Mom


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