Bob Evans Biscuit Recipe

Bob Evans biscuits are a favorite among many, and they’re simple to make. Bob Evans is a well-known restaurant chain; they specialize in breakfast food and offer a wide variety of items on their menu, including biscuits.  

Their biscuits are delicious and nutritious as well. I am a fan of their biscuits, but it’s not always possible to eat them, as they cost a lot and not always can visit them just for a few biscuits. 

So, I tried to make them at home and after a few tries, I successfully did it! Yes, recently I followed the Bob Evans biscuit recipe and bake them at home. And you won’t believe they taste the same. Plus, it didn’t take much of my effort, it was simple. 

Would you like to make some of bob Evans biscuits? Then follow me, today I will tell you how can you make the bob Evans biscuits at home keeping the same taste. And you will also get to know some tips and tricks to make them perfect and the storing process.  So let’s jump and learn more.

Bob Evans Biscuit Recipe

Bob Evans Biscuit Recipe

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Recipe by Lindsay G. Cabral Cuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Simple
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

15

minutes
Calories

152

kcal
Total time

35

minutes

Bob Evans biscuits are definitely something special. They are made with buttermilk which gives it a heavenly texture and flavor and are free of any artificial sweetener. Buttermilk ensures a light and fluffy biscuit, which can be attributed to the properties of lactic acid. 
Lactic acid is responsible for causing doughs to rise and achieve their desired shape. This process produces beneficial gut flora that can inhibit bad bacteria and help you to maintain a healthy intestinal pH balance. 
Additionally, the biscuit contains self-rising flour, butter,  baking soda, and, salt. That’s all, nothing more. Together these ingredients make a delicious yet healthy breakfast choice that will leave you energized and satisfied for hours on end! 
Let’s explore the full Bob Evans Biscuit recipe.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups self-rising flour

  • ¾ cup buttermilk

  • ¼ cup unsalted butter

  • ¼ tsp baking soda

  • Salt as per taste

  • Tools
  • Oven

  • Medium mixing bowl

  • Brush

  • Baking sheet

Bob Evans Biscuit Recipe steps

  • Preheat The Oven: While preparing the biscuit dough, let’s put the oven at 425 degrees for preheating. Allow the oven for preheating for 15 minutes.
    Preheat The Oven
  • Mix The Dry Ingredients: Take the mixing bowl, add the self-rising flour, salt as per taste, and baking soda into it. Stir with a hand whisk and mix them well. Make sure you use self-rising flour; if you use all-purpose flour, the biscuits won’t be fluffy like bob Evans biscuit,
     Mix The Dry Ingredients
  • Add The Butter And Buttermilk: Now add the butter in the mixed dry ingredients, make sure the butter is pre-beaten and smooth enough. Now add the buttermilk and mix with the hand whisk. Mix until it’s a moist dough, and then knead with hand. Knead until the dough has a smooth surface; it will take you 12-15 strokes to become smooth.
    Add The Butter And Buttermilk
  • Cut The Biscuits: Spread the smooth dough, keep it ½ inch thick and cut with a biscuit cutter. If you don’t have a biscuit cutter, you can use glass or something round to cut the biscuits in a round shape.
    Cut The Biscuits
  • Bake: Take a biscuit baking pan, spread the baking sheet, and brush with melted butter. Place the biscuit in the baking pan,  wear your oven gloves, and put the baking tray in the oven for baking the biscuits.
    Keep the oven at the same heat (425 degrees) and bake the Bob Evans biscuits for 15 minutes.
    Bake
  • Serve: Once the time is up, take out the biscuit. How to understand the biscuits are ready? When the biscuits are ready, you will see the biscuits have turned a little golden brown. Now, let them chill for a few minutes. Garnish with butter on the top and serve as per your need. 
    Serve

Recipe Video

Why Should You Try Bob Evans Biscuit

Whether it’s mid-day or mid-night and your tummy is demanding something to eat, a Bob Evans biscuit is enough to satisfy. You can pair it up with almost any meal including sandwiches as a french dip or sausage gravy is also a good combination.

These biscuits are made with all-natural ingredients and have been specially formulated to provide consumers with a satisfying crunchy texture combined with a soft and fluffy interior. They’re perfect for breakfast or lunchtime snacks and can be served either hot or cold.

Aside from its great taste, Bob Evans Biscuit is low in sugar content which makes it a healthy choice. And, they tend to be lower in calories which can help you to keep your intake balanced throughout the day. Plus,  they contain dietary fiber which helps promote regular bowel movements. 

Plus they can keep you in better moods as well. Bob Evans biscuits are made with self-rising flour enriched with vitamin B, which is necessary for nerve function as well as digestion. And it also improves our moods, cognitive function, athletic performance, and enhanced energy levels. 

Additionally, the biscuits are enriched with 5 mg cholesterol making them rich in protein and healthy fats, respectively. And they are also high in calcium and magnesium, which help in strengthening bones and promote optimal mineral absorption from foods consumed throughout the day.

How To Store Bob Evans Biscuit

Making these delicious treats in a large batch is normal, and wanting to store some for later use as a snack, is also normal. But how can you keep them in good condition for a long time? 

Because they are homemade and free of any chemicals? 

Well, it’s true that we can’t store them for a long time as they are not made like that, but still, we can store them for a short time. If you want to store them for 1-2 days, just place them in an air-tight container, and they will be good at room temperature. But if for a few more days, keep the container in the refrigerator and eat them for upto 1 week.

Tips and Tricks

  • Make sure you use self-rising flour; if you use all-purpose flour, the biscuits won’t be fluffy like bob Evans biscuits. 
  • You must use buttermilk to make the dough. Or, if you don’t have it, take fat-free milk, add a squeeze of lemon juice, and then use it.
  • To enjoy tender and flaky biscuits soft inside, avoid over-kneading. Overkneading will make the dough too moist.
  • Must beat the butter until smooth and then add; first, I used to think melted butter will do the same, but no, it makes a big difference. 
  • Don’t overbake the biscuits; they will lose the fluffy texture and taste a little burnt.

Nutrition Facts

Fat14g
Cholesterol5mg
Sodium267mg
Carbohydrate48g
Protein9g

Conclusion

Whether you’re feeling ravenous after waking up or just need something quick, tasty and nutritious to snack on throughout the day during lunchtime, try Bob Evans Biscuit! 

I have shared the recipe for making these biscuits with real buttermilk, which contains no preservatives or artificial flavors. They’re light, fluffy, and slightly sweet with a hearty center. And what you have to do is just grab the ingredients, follow the steps, and the treats are ready in minutes to satisfy your cravings!

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