Saturday, January 1, 2011

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New Year - the possibilities are endless.

Especially with Warm Vanilla Sugar Drop Biscuits. Made with 2 1/4 cups Homemade Baking Mix, and 2/3 cup milk. Mix just until moistened, drop on cookie sheet and sprinkle with Vanilla Sugar. Bake 10 minutes at 450.

click to enlarge photo, warning if you are hungry

15 comments:

  1. Happy New Year, Brigid. I still read you on a daily basis and am still impressed and awed.
    YOF

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  2. Happy new year, from me and Audie Murphy

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  3. Happy New Year Brigid!

    I always enjoy your musings and your recipes even though I often fail to comment. Once again...thank you!

    Stay safe!

    RW

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  4. Now then, where is Barkley for a distraction so I can make off with the biscuits? :-)

    Jim

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  5. Woohoo! Starting off the New Year with a low cal treat I see. :)

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  6. Nothing like coming to your house to score some goodies for breakfast!

    Thanks for the recipes...and for the wonderful reading throughout the past year! I'm looking forward to the post of the new year with anticipation!

    Stay safe!

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  7. Happy New Year, Brigid!

    (You too, Barkley!)

    :-)

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  8. Happy New Year from Mr. B and myself to you and Barkely! Hope to see you soon!!

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  9. HAPPY NEW YEAR Brigid! Just as YOF said, daily, I am impressed and awed by you. Keep on keeping on in the fantastic manner that you do! You are AWESOME!
    (Barkley is included in there, too!)

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  10. A very Happy and Prosperous New Year to you and Barkley. Thanks for all delightful and delish food posts. AND...Thanks for all the wonderful, thoughtful writing.

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  11. Brigid, Happy New Year! I agree, the possibilies are endless. I wish you good fortune, good health, and a steady hand!

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  12. Happy New Year!

    Those biscuits sound wonderful!

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