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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Chocolate Chip Drop Biscuits

   We do a lot of freezer cooking at our house and one thing we make EVERY week is Chocolate Chip Drop Biscuits.  Our family loves them for breakfast and hope your family will too.

Chocolate Chip Drop Biscuits

                                           3 c. flour                                    1/3 c. sugar
                                           1 1/2 T. Baking powder                3/4 tsp. salt
                                           1/2 c. butter                         1/2 bag (1 c.) chocolate chips
                                           1 c. milk

   In a large bowl, mix together the flour, sugar, baking powder, and the salt.  Stir in the margarine.  Mixture should be crumbly.  Stir in the chocolate chips.  Add the milk, a little at a time, just until the dough forms.  

Drop by spoonfuls on a cookie sheet.  Bake at 425 degrees for 12 minutes.

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We eat these fresh from the oven and then we throw the rest into a baggie and freeze them for future breakfasts!  Reheat 2 at a time in the microwave (about 25 seconds).  Great for breakfast or a quick pick-me-up!

Makes 2 dozen. 

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27 comments:

  1. Looks like a great recipe. I would love to try it out one day.

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    1. Spencer, I hope you do. If you like chocolate chip cookies, you will probably love these.

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  2. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank you Madeline. I always appreciate your comments!

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  3. These look yummy! I never thought of adding chocolate chips to biscuits.

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    1. Jenny, I know but they taste great and kids (and adults) love them. Thanks for stopping by!
      Melody

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  4. we love making biscuits - but I have never thought to put chocolate chips in them - great idea!

    ~new follower

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    1. Heather, so glad you are here. I read your profile and love how you put your proposal in it. Too cute!
      Thanks again,
      Melody

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  5. Sounds yummy!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am now following you as well!

    Have a wonderful week!
    Ashley
    www.simplydesigning.blogspot.com

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    1. Ashley, thank you for dropping by and for following me back. I really appreciate it.
      Melody

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  6. Those look delicious! I'm looking forward to giving them a try sometime...

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    1. Thank you, Lisa. Just went and viewed your blog. I love the story about the bears. I had seen it on FB. So wonderful. I followed your blog too!

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  7. It looks very good! Could you please tell me what amount of chocolate chips you use? A bag or a handful?

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    1. I am so sorry. I can't believe I left out how much chocolate chips to add. Going to go edit this and fix the mistake. Thanks for catching it. I use a half bag of chocolate chips. :-)

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  8. Wow! Those look good!

    Thanks for following Mom's Best Nest and joining the Flock Together Hop today. I just signed up for your RSS feeds via Google Reader.

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    1. Mikki, thank you. I really appreciate that and for you stopping by!
      Melody

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  9. Wow--these look yummy! Wonder if this recipe would work with Splenda and sugar free chocolate chips? I hope to try these soon.

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    1. Gin, I am sure they would work. My hubby and I are diabetics and we often use these in recipes.
      Thanks for reading,
      Melody

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  10. Melody...I never thought to put chocolate chips into biscuits. Sounds delightful. Thank you for sharing this at WJIM this week. Blessings.

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  11. Hi Melody:)

    I tried your chocolate chip drop biscuits, but I used some Bisquick that I had an over abundance of and they turned out great...like velvet, and my family loved them.I just added some milk to 3 cups of the mix until it was a good consistency, and added chocolate chips and stirred them up and popped them in the oven. I also baked them a little slower, at 350 degrees since my oven tends to cook a little warmer. I fixed them for breakfast Saturday morning, and we had them right out of the oven. I put the leftovers in a container and we ate them for breakfast this morning before getting ready for church(Sunday). Thanks for another great recipe! I am looking forward to trying your tater tot casserole, meatloaf, and homemade bread recipes. There will be some good eating this week:)

    Tammy

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    1. Tammy, thank you for letting me know and how you adapted the recipe to suit your needs. I make my own Bisquick and will try it this way sometime. I really appreciate it when people let me know how they like my recipes after trying them.

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  12. Yum! I saved this one and I might have to make it in the next few days. It seems like a great treat and my son loves everything with chocolate chips so it might make him really happy :)

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    1. Alison, I hope your son really liked them. I know it's a family favorite for us.

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  13. These look so good. And Easy - that's what I like.

    Val

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    1. Val, they really are that easy and good too. Hope you enjoy them.!

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  14. How much milk do you use? It is not listed in the recipe.

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    1. Teresa, sorry in the delay. It takes 1/2-1 c. of milk. It needs to be a fairly stiff batter. I added it into the ingredient list above.

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