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5 Easy Gluten Free Recipes Using Tea Biscuit Dough

5 Easy Gluten Free Recipes Using Tea Biscuit Dough

Gluten Free Tea Biscuits arereallyQuick and Easy to make and they tasteamazing. That’s whyI use them forso manyrecipes.There’s no waiting around for dough to rise and they’re a great alternative to expensive store bought Gluten Free Buns. Isometimes Smother my Biscuits with Cheddar Cheese before baking, it makes a little more moist and flavourful. The recipe I usewhen I need to make something delicious in a hurry, ismy Gluten Free Tea Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls. It’s one of my favourite recipes. People are always amazed how quickly they’re made. Who can resist the smell of Fresh Cinnamon Rolls Baking.

Here’s my List of 5 Easy Gluten Free Recipes using Tea Biscuit Dough:

1. Gluten Free Tea Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls

These deliciousGluten Free Tea Biscuits Cinnamon Rolls are topped off with a lightdrizzle of deliciousCream Cheese Icing. They make a perfect afternoon snack or atasty dessert or treat for the family.

2. Gluten Free Baked Apple Fritters

These Baked Apple Frittersare the perfect gluten free snack for when you’re craving doughnuts or if you want surprise someone special. Why deep fry when you can bake instead.

3. Gluten Free Mini Burgers with Tea Biscuit Buns

These Delicious Mini Burgers are made with Mini Gluten Free CheesyTea Biscuit Buns.

4. Beef and Blue Cheese Biscuit Crust Pizza

This Gluten Free Beef and Blue Cheese Pizza is made with a Gluten Free Biscuit Crust. I never really liked Blue Cheese Dressing before this pizza but it complements the beef and green pepper perfectly. If youabsolutely can’t do theBlue Cheese, try it with Ranch instead.

5. Biscuit Topped Turkey Pot Pie

This Turkey Pot Pie is made with a Gluten Free Buttery Milk Biscuit Topping. It’s a great way to use up the left over Turkey from the holidays.

That was my list of5 Easy Gluten Free Recipes Using Tea Biscuit Dough. What are some other things that you’ve made using Tea Biscuit Dough? I’d love to hear in the comments below.

Gluten Free Tea Biscuits

Ingredients

1 1/2 Cups Rice Flour

1/4 Cup Corn Starch

3 Tsp Baking Powder

5 Tbsp Butter

3/4 Cup Milk

Directions

1. Pre heat oven to 450 F

2. In a large bowl, cut butter into flour, starch and baking powder. Mix until well combined.

3. Add milk and mix until a dough forms.

4. Using a rolling pin, roll out dough on a floured surface. Using a round cookie cutter or a cup, cut out biscuits.

5. Place onto an ungreased baking sheet.

6. Bake for 10 -12 minutes.

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  1. Linda

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for this gluten free tea biscuit dough. I grew up eating cinnamon rolls, especially on Christmas morning. Since becoming gluten free, I have yet to find a suitable substitute for cinnamon rolls. I can’t wait to try your biscuit dough cinnamon rolls…and I can think of some other things to make tool. Will be making these very soon.

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  2. paleobeautyandthefoodies

    Wow, you can make so many yummy recipes with this dough! So versatile and gluten free. I will book mark this 🙂 Thanks

    Reply

  3. Theresa Jubinville.

    Will this recipe work with non dairy milk? I am allergic to casein.

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    • officially gluten free

      Hi Theresa, I haven’t ever tried making it with non dairy milk but I think it would work. I have some almond milk here. I’ll give it a try this weekend and let you know how it went.

      Reply

  4. Everyday Sarah Jane

    What an awesome recipe! Can’t wait to try it and use it again and again…and again! 🙂 That Turkey Pot Pie? Need to make ASAP!

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    • officially gluten free

      Hi Christine, I used white rice flour and I do think Vegan butter would work fine. Hope you enjoy ?

      Reply

  5. Neli @ Delicious Meets Healthy

    I must save this recipe. My husband has been asking me to make biscuits and gravy for breakfast. I haven’t made one because I haven’t found a good GF biscuit recipe. This looks amazing!! Will try to make it this weekend!

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  6. Gin

    Really cool recipe! Do you think it’ll work with coconut oil instead of butter?

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    • officially gluten free

      Thank you Gin. I haven’t tried baking them with coconut oil yet. I have seen other people use it and it seems to work well. I think I’ll try it out myself.

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  7. Linda

    No xantham gum? Is that correct?

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    • officially gluten free

      You could add some if you prefer but don’t usually use it.

      Reply

  8. Debbie

    Have you ever used sweet rice flour.

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  9. Heather L

    HI, I can’t tolerate corn as well as gluten… Anything I could replace the corn starch with? Cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning again would be divine ?

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    • officially gluten free

      Hi Heather, I would use tapioca or potato starch instead.

      Reply

  10. Susan

    Would almond flour or coconut flour work as well?

    Reply

    • officially gluten free

      I think it would although the measurements may be different. I would add a little at a time but try not to over work it or they’ll turn out hard.

      Reply

  11. Cathy Burgoyne

    How thick should you roll out the dough? About hom many biscuits does this make? It seems so easy. I can’t wait to try it. Cathy

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    • officially gluten free

      I roll them about an inch thick. It makes 6 or 8 depending on how big you make them.

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  12. Suzanne

    These look so good! Do you use this dough in any other recipes?

    Reply

  13. Vanessa

    Thanks for sharing1 Do they keep long?

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    • officially gluten free

      The only keep a couple of days.

      Reply

  14. CarrieB

    I’m thinking Strawberry Shortcake! Can’t wait to try this recipe…Thanks!

    Reply

  15. Jaya Subramaniam

    Hi,
    Tried the tea biscuit. Came out very well. I added a pinch of salt and a tablespoon of brown sugar. Thanks a lot for this recipe. Have uploaded it in my channel (Happy Home Maker -Tamil) with credits to you.
    Thanks again.

    Reply

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