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Laura Marche Moraze - January 22, 2013

I’ve tried a few of your tea bun recipes and they are awsome.I haven’t been a tea bun maker before but I will definitely be one now.Thanks so much for posting

    Hanna Trafford - January 29, 2013

    So glad it worked out for you! Tea biscuits are always favorites in our house and so easy to make!

Natasha - May 10, 2012

I was wondering on average how many biscuits doe’s the cinnamon raisin recipe make?

    Hanna Trafford - May 23, 2012

    Hi Natasha! I get this question a lot – it really depends on the size of biscuits you choose to make – but average size ones – you should get about a dozen.

Shae Cooke - November 11, 2011

I am in absolute tea biscuit heaven and cannot wait to try each of these fabulous biscuit recipes. Thank you so much for sharing your very best!

    Hanna Trafford - November 15, 2011

    Thanks for your comment Shae – I would love to hear back from you how your biscuits turned out! I just made the cheese ones couple days ago and they disappeared pretty much instantly – have fun baking!

Shane - September 22, 2011

Noticed in the Cheddar Puff Recipe you call for chopped onion but don’t say when to add it, also noticed no salt in the list of ingredients, is the salt supposed to come from the butter?

    Hanna Trafford - September 26, 2011

    Hi Shane! Thanks for pointing it out! I did it both ways – added the onions into milk and butter and another time I just added them when combining all ingredients. The flavour was stronger when I added them into the milk. Try it both ways and let me know which one you lied better! Thanks again!

Dee - September 8, 2011

I tried the Cheddar puff recipe and they were very small, flat and chewy. I wonder if baking power would puff them up a bit.

lindsey - June 15, 2011

Loved your simply iscuit, used it on turkey pot pie…. the biscuits were tasty, great perfect amount of salt, flaked apart like a dream.
Excellent, thank you

    Hanna Trafford - June 17, 2011

    Thank you so much for taking the time to send me a message – hope all the recipes you use from my website will turn out as well for you as the biscuits did!

Apryl - May 13, 2011

So far the recipe’s I have tried were all awesome. Right now I am making the cheese and onion ones and the mixture comes out like pancake mix. Is half a cup of flour right or is this a type error?

    Hanna Trafford - May 13, 2011

    Thanks for letting me know-I will check into it , but meanwhile-I thunk it is 1-1/2 cups of flour, so add the cup and mix it in until you get the consistency you can work with. Please let me know how it worked out for you!

jenny - January 26, 2011

just wondering if there is baking powder in the cheddar puff recipe?

    Hanna Trafford - January 26, 2011

    Hi Jenny! Thanks for your question – and no – there is no need for baking powder in this recipe, since the pastry is made on a stove top, very much like puff pastry. Let me know how these turned out for you – I love them and hope that you will as well!

Laura - January 16, 2011

Thank you so much for putting these recipes up! So far I’ve only tried the cinnamon sour cream biscuits but they were EXCELLENT! And they were perfect because it was getting to the end of the week and all I had left in the pantry were the ingredients to your cinnamon sour cream biscuits!
Thanks again 🙂

    Hanna Trafford - January 17, 2011

    Thanks so much Laura! I am glad the recipe worked out for you and I am looking forward to updated comments!

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