This Biscuits on Blackstone recipe is simple and easy! If you're a fan of homemade biscuits, let this simple recipe become your latest obsession. Just three simple ingredients are all that is needed to make this delicious side dish. Combine, cook, and enjoy every bite of this easy recipe.
Forget frozen biscuits or biscuits from a can. There are so many things that you can use this simple biscuit recipe for. A hearty breakfast with homemade sausage gravy, mini sliders, or just as a basis to hold as much homemade jam and jelly as possible. The Blackstone griddle gives these biscuits the perfect crispy texture on the outside, with a soft and fluffy middle.
I love to make these as a great option for individual biscuits on the weekend. Not only can they be used for delicious meals, but they're an awesome option for cooking biscuits any time of the day. Blackstone griddle recipes like this really are the best. This recipe makes the easiest and best buttermilk biscuits.
Be sure to check out my Cast Iron Biscuits for another fun and simple recipe to try. And if you want an entire meal cooked on the griddle just pair these with some Blackstone Potatoes and our Blackstone Steak Recipe.
Rising flour - You can also use all-purpose flour, but the rising flour is needed if you want light and fluffy biscuits.
Unsalted butter - This is needed to add richness and to add fat content to the biscuit dough.
Buttermilk - Helps to bind together the wet and dry ingredients.
How to Make Biscuits on the Blackstone
Step One: Preheat the griddle to low heat.
Step Two: Add the flour and the butter to a food processor. Pulse to turn into small crumbs.
Step Three: Add the buttermilk to form the biscuit dough.
Step Four: Put the dough onto waxed paper. Press it into a ¾-inch rectangle. Cut out two 10-inch circles.
Step Five: Grease the griddle and put the dough circles on it.
Step Six: Cook the dough for about 6 minutes on each side or until they are golden brown. The cooking time may vary a bit, so stay close and pay attention.
Add toppings - Let's just talk about all the topping options for these Blackstone griddle biscuits. You can add peanut butter and jelly, butter, honey, maple syrup, or anything else that you want. Even some melted cheese would be good! Add some fun ingredients to try to your next shopping list.
Add cheese - Putting some shredded cheese into the dough mixture is a great way to create a new favorite breakfast. You can then cook a sausage patty and place that meat right in the middle of the cooked biscuit.
Drizzle with olive oil - For a savory dish, you can add a little bit of olive oil on top of the biscuits or fill a large bowl with Italian spices and olive oil for dipping.
What are drop biscuits?
Drop biscuits are a bit different type of cooking process because they change the thickness of the biscuits. This can be an easy way to make biscuits, but they're not the best option for use on the griddle.
Drop biscuits are a method where the ingredients are stirred, and then typically, the dough is just dropped onto an ungreased cookie sheet and put in the oven to bake. They're thicker, not uniform in size, and are not flipped during cooking.
A lot of people will use an air fryer to make these biscuits since the hot air circles quickly, cooking the biscuits easily.
Can I increase the griddle temperature?
Having a preheated griddle is important, and keeping this temperature low is important. If you try and bump it to medium heat or medium-high heat, the biscuits on the flat top grill will cook unevenly.
The outer will cook quicker than the middle, making it hard to get them cooked evenly all the way through.
Are homemade biscuits better than cooked canned biscuits?
I think so. I've had all types of biscuits in my life, from Pillsbury biscuits to other brands and flavors, and I've found that 9/10, anything homemade tastes better. I also think that cooking food items on the Blackstone grill/griddle is the perfect way to add tons of flavor as well.
Some of the best biscuits that I've ever made were from easy breakfast recipes like this one. The simplicity of the recipe proves that delicious foods don't have to be complicated to have flavor.
A can of biscuits can be nice when you're running low on time, but there's nothing quite like homemade biscuits. You'll be thinking about this recipe for a long time after making it.
- 2 cups self rising flour
- 10 tablespoons unsalted butter
- ⅔ cup buttermilk
- Preheat griddle to low.
- Add the butter and flour to a food processor. Pulse until it is small crumbs.
- Add the buttermilk. Process until a dough forms,
- Turn out the dough onto a piece of waxed paper. Press into a ¾-inch thick rectangle. Cut out 10 two-inch circles, combining the pieces as needed.
- Grease the griddle. Place the dough circles on the griddle. Cover.
- Cook for 6 minutes on each side or until golden brown.
- An internal thermometer should reach 205 to ensure the center is cooked.