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    Mayonaise Biscuits

    My mama makes these and they are terrific. And, so easy.

    1 1/4 cups Self rising flour
    1 cup milk
    3 heaping Tbls mayonaise

    Mix altogether and spoon into greased muffin tins. Bake at 350 degrees until done. Enjoy with any meal.
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    Sounds easy and tasty.

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    Sounds yummy...anything with mayo must be good ! Lol

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    I made those when my children were small but I added 1 tsp sugar. They are very tasty and the ingredients are readily available. I'm going to have to make some.

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    I'll have to give them a try. DH is getting tired of those bisquits that you get out of those tubes you whack on the counter!! lol Thanks for sharing your mama's recipe with us.
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    Sounds like my kinda recipe. I'll have to try it. And thanks for sharing.

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    I'll have to try this one.
    I have a very similar recipe for sour cream biscuits.

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    That sounds good. If it ever cools down here, I'm going to bake some.

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    Thanks for bringing back memories for me. I used to make these as a young bride (more years ago than I want to admit). I think I need to try them again. They're quick, easy, and very good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CherryPie View Post
    I'll have to give them a try. DH is getting tired of those bisquits that you get out of those tubes you whack on the counter!! lol Thanks for sharing your mama's recipe with us.
    We used to call those whops. Cause you have to whop them on the counter to open them. They have their own place in the cooking world. I love to mash them out flat and........ oh!! That is a whole new recipe that I'll share later. heheheh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlambing View Post
    I'll have to try this one.
    I have a very similar recipe for sour cream biscuits.
    I have just a bit of sour cream here so I could use the recipe tomorrow so hopefully you will read this
    I am going to request thru a pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mornigstar View Post
    I have just a bit of sour cream here so I could use the recipe tomorrow so hopefully you will read this
    I am going to request thru a pm
    Just sent it to you

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    Thanks for the recipe. Love that mayo!
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    On a similar note, I have found that adding 1/3 cup mayonnaise or Miracle Whip to the Jiffy cornbread mix (without taking away or changing any other ingredient) makes a world of difference in the finished cornbread! Great to serve with chile and soups this time of year.
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    How do I save this entry for a later reference? I see two things I want to try sometime and won't remember the recipes when I do decide to make some biscuits or corn bread--a not very often occasion (spell?) at this house....
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    Thanks for the recipe....

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    Whamp um biscuits!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtnquiltinglady View Post
    How do I save this entry for a later reference? I see two things I want to try sometime and won't remember the recipes when I do decide to make some biscuits or corn bread--a not very often occasion (spell?) at this house....
    Bookmark this thread by using thread tools. Click on subscription, then bookmark then save. In your profile, you will see bookmarked threads. Alternatively, you can search on recipes if you remember part of the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfstamper View Post
    Bookmark this thread by using thread tools. Click on subscription, then bookmark then save. In your profile, you will see bookmarked threads. Alternatively, you can search on recipes if you remember part of the name.

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    Oh yum.. I think these biscuits sound wonderful.. and so easy.. I usually have all the ingredients in the house... I'm going to try them soon..

    oh.. I mix one box of Jiffy Cornbread with one box of Jiffy yellow cake mix.. add all the stuff from both packages, bake in a 9 X 13 pan.. and you have the most tender sweet cornbread ever.. Love that Jiffy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlambing View Post
    Just sent it to you
    tlambing will you share with us all??

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    Thanks for sharing!

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    I had never heard of 'mayonnaise' biscuits, but made this recipe last night---tho't adding grated cheddar cheese sounded good. OH MY, they were delicious--just too many "muffin biscuits" for two old folks. Will halve the recipe next time. Thanks for introducing me to this recipe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtnquiltinglady View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mermaid View Post
    I had never heard of 'mayonnaise' biscuits, but made this recipe last night---tho't adding grated cheddar cheese sounded good. OH MY, they were delicious--just too many "muffin biscuits" for two old folks. Will halve the recipe next time. Thanks for introducing me to this recipe!
    You are welcome. You can put the left overs in a zip lock bag and then reheat in the microwave too.
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