McDonald’s biscuit recipe is one of the famous and well-reputed restaurants for its every unique item, but it also has some specialty for a few specific items. These McDonald’s biscuits are one of those fabulous recipes. It makes their menu list more demanding. Because it offers a soft bunny flavor, with a melted buttermilk texture.
It is so easy to make and chew-friendly for everyone from young to old. Especially kids who are getting die heart fans of it. These McDonald’s biscuits we can use as patties-fold and crispy sandwich bread and in many versatile recipes. As it is completely free from oily and harmful ingredients.
It’s considerably taken as the main dish of any snacks-party table. So, I thought, it was better to make it at home with limited and harmless ingredients. I tried this and found this recipe very easy and straightforward. Below I shared this copycat recipe from McDonald’s biscuit.
- All-purpose flour- 2 cups
- Salt- 1 tsp
- Granulated sugar- 1 tsp
- Baking powder- 1 tsp
- Frozen unsalted butter- 2 cups
- Buttermilk- 1 cup.
- Smoked sea salt – a pinch of.
Equipment you need
- Bread/pastry cutter
- Spatula /pastry oil brush
- Pastry blender/ a fork
- Baking sheet
- A bowl
Preheat the oven to 350 to 400 degrees. Ready the baking sheet with oiled parchment paper. Place it aside for the next step.
Take a medium-sized bowl. Put 2 cups of all-purpose flours, a pinch of salt, and 1 tsp of granulated sugar into it. Add 1 tsp baking powder. Mix them nicely with a fork or spoon.
Using the cold butter cubes is mandatory. Bring a bar of butter and cut it into cubes sized using a sharp knife. Keep them in the freeze for 10 to 15 minutes. Let them be completely cold.
After 15 minutes, bring out the frozen butter and add it to the flour. Now, finely crush and grate the cubes by using the pastry blender/ fork. Turn the flour and butter cubes into the pea-sized balls and it seems like moist sand by pressing the pastry blender.
Here, pour 1 cup of liquid buttermilk into the mixed flour. Stir the mix with a fork.
While you pour the milk into the flour, it’s getting rough and shaggy dough. Place the dough now onto the hard surface. Knead it using your hands and assemble it together.
This time, you need to roll up this dough very gently. Roll the dough in a rectangular shape. Then fold the dough at least 3 or 4 times. Keep rolling out the dough until it turns roughly 3/5 inches.
Cut the dough into many pieces of biscuits using a sharp biscuit cutter. Now, you have to place them onto the ready baking sheet.
Brush the topped edges with left buttermilk with a spatula or a pastry brush.
Now, bake them in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until they turn into a yummy golden brown color.
After proper baking, bring them out of the oven and brush the baked biscuits with melted butter and sprinkle lightly a pinch of smoked salt on top surfaces of the biscuits.
McDonald’s Biscuit Store Process:
- Store the baked biscuits.
To have these delicious biscuits for the rest of the week, store them in an airtight container. And keep the container in a cool place (at room temperature). Make them first well frozen by keeping them uncovered in a bowl into a freeze. place there for 3 hours and afterward, transfer them into a tight-covered plastic wrap. Place the packet into the freeze.
- Store the unbaked biscuits.
If you want to eat the biscuits always fresh and tender, you can reserve them unbaked following the same process of freezing. Afterward, bake them straight when you want to have them.
McDonalds Biscuit Nutrition Facts:
This McDonald’s biscuit recipe can be a great item for a child’s tiffin, snacks items, and breakfast main dish. No one can leave the dinner table without having this item at all. If you don’t try this out at your home, you will have a bordered taste of this special flavor. So, no more delay, just go great with some yummy chicken items, honey, and beef items.
Lindsay G. Cabral is a recipe blogger who specializes in vegan and gluten-free recipes. Lindsay has been blogging since 2012, and her recipes have been featured on popular websites such as Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, and The Kitchn. In addition to her blog, Lindsay is also the author of two cookbooks, Vegan Yum Yum and Vegan Yum Yum for All Occasions. When she's not in the kitchen, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.