Bourbon biscuits are back!
They were made famous by golfer Phil Mickelson in his classic 1996 win over the world champion Tiger Woods.
Now, there’s a new biscuit in the same vein, one that you can whip up yourself in your backyard or get at your local food truck.
While the biscuits themselves are still pretty sweet, they are now served up in a special cocktail made with a bourbon biscuity sauce, and are a great way to get some bourbon and sweet things together without spending a ton of money.
Here’s how to whip up a batch of biscuits.
First, you need to buy the biscuits at the Food Truck Stop (or, for that matter, the location that sells the biscuits in your state).
The biscuits are sold in five-gallon batches, so that’s how we got the recipe for our bourbon biscuits.
The biscuits can be purchased in any grocery store or online.
Once you get your hands on a batch, mix it up and make it your own.
You can also try out other sweet drinks and other cocktails that contain bourbon biscuits, but these are the most popular ones we’ve tried.
The bourbon biscuites are made with two ingredients: bourbon, and a sugar syrup.
Bourbon biscuit sauce is actually a sweetener.
It’s made from sugar and corn syrup, which is the most common sweetener used in cocktails today.
The two ingredients combine to create a bourbon biscuits sauce that’s actually quite delicious.
Bourbon biscuits aren’t just good for you; they’re also great for your family.
You may not be able to find the biscuits you’re looking for at your grocery store, but there are many restaurants around town that sell them.
You’ll also find them in food trucks and on a variety of drinks in bars and restaurants.
So whether you’re craving biscuits for lunch, a picnic or even a night out, these biscuits are a good option.
Bourbon, Sweet and All Things Southern: Bourbon biscuits are a tasty alternative to the sweet and savory treats you might be used to eating at home.
They’re a great side dish to a sandwich or a dinner party, and they can be a great addition to any meal plan.
Bourbon Bourbon biscuity cocktail is just the way to go.
This simple cocktail is a great breakfast, a meal, or even an after dinner snack.
Serve it over your favorite bourbon biscut cocktail and you’ll have a wonderful, simple dessert.
It pairs well with anything from pancakes to a side dish of your favorite breakfast cereal.
Bourbon Biscuits, Bourbon and More: Bourbon biscuits can also be made with other types of sweet and salty ingredients, such as sugar and maple syrup.
Here are some of our favorite ways to make them.
Bourbon Bacon Biscuit Bourbon biscuits topped with bacon and fried potatoes, these are a nice addition to a breakfast buffet or meal on the go.
The bacon adds flavor and sweetness to the biscuits, while the fried potatoes add a savory touch.
Bacon Bacon biscuits topped over crispy French fries with bacon, mayonnaise, and red pepper flakes, these go really well with a burger or some other breakfast meal.
The red pepper adds a little bit of heat, and the bacon adds a nice crunch.
Bacon Buns and Pancakes: Bourbon and bacon biscuits topped off with pancakes, these aren’t quite as sweet and full of flavor as the bourbon biscuts, but they’re a tasty option.
If you’re into pancakes, the pancakes are made from flour, sugar, corn syrup and cornmeal, which make them a little more sweet than their bourbon biscuits cousins.
But bacon, sugar and syrup are all just as tasty.
Bourbon and Bacon Pancakes with Bourbon Bourbon biscuits on a biscuit made with maple syrup, maple syrup and maple butter, this is a tasty combination that makes a great snack.
It also pairs well as a side for a burger, or in pancakes, a breakfast snack.
Bourbon Butter Biscuity Biscuites and biscuits with maple butter are the perfect accompaniment to a great bacon burger, a burger made with bacon buns, bacon gravy, bacon strips and maple bacon.
The mixture is topped off by a sprinkle of maple syrup to give it that nice crispness.
Bourbon Bisque: These biscuits are topped with bourbon, maple butter and maple bourbon syrup, and baked in the oven for 20 minutes.
You won’t get a lot of maple flavor in these biscuits, which are a little too sweet for most people, but it pairs well.
Bourbon Whiskey Biscum: This bourbon biscum is made from bourbon, sugar syrup, molasses and whiskey, and it’s a great accompaniment for any breakfast or brunch dish.
You could add in a little maple syrup or even add a bit of maple butter to make these a little richer.
Bourbon Cinnamon Biscut: These are a perfect accompanment for pancakes, or just plain old biscuits.
You just add a pinch of sugar and bourbon to make this a little sweeter.