Saturday, February 03, 2007

Chocolate Cowpie Drop Biscuits

After I baked these I noticed they certainly looked like cow pies. These have no refined sugars in them, just maple syrup (unless your soymilk contains refined sugars)

I made this recipe by hand, just using the drop biscuit recipe on the box as a guide, so you may need to add more or use less of an ingredient according to your tastes.

Ingredients:
2 1/4 cups Bisquick, plus more to add if dough is too soft
1 1/2 cup soymilk (you might not need it all)
1/2 cup cocoa powder (unsweetened)
1/2 cup maple syrup
3/4 cup of chocolate chips (recommended but not neccesary)

1) Preheat oven to 450.
2)In a large bowl, add Bisquick and cocoa powder, stir til there are no clumps and they are mixed together.
3) Add 2/3 cup of the soymilk, and stir. If the dough is too dry, add more soymilk.
4) When dough is moist, add the syrup and fold in the chips.
5) If it is too dry (most likely), add soymilk gradually until the mixture is doughy (slightly sticky and keeps together, not runny like batter.) If you've added too much soymilk, add a small amount of Bisquick and stir in til it is smooth and doughy.
6) With a medium spoon, drop spoonfuls of dough onto an UNGREASED cookie sheet.
7) Bake at 450 for about 10 to 15 minutes, depending on the size of the biscuits.

Makes about 12 large biscuits or 20 small biscuits.

P.S. These taste awesome dipped in chocolate fondue, or as Timmy called it, diarrhea sauce! (blech!)

6 comments:

madeinalaska said...

kee hee you said cow pies..
looks great though..! very creative

vko said...

Hi Allie!

I crown you Queen of HTML & Chocolate Cow Pie Biscuits! I think I can live with html now- thanks so much for showing me how to change it, now other things are making sense too and I am no longer afraid.

Cow pie looks good, but still have yet to make the gingerbread cake that I had bought all the ingredients for- am excited about baking soon though!

Opal said...

Great recipe! ;-)
I had to chuckle at the name.

Charles Amico said...

I hope the syrup is PURE VT maple. You can put that on anything and love it. I know as I lived for 18 yrs in CH-------, VT Miss the foliage and the people but get back every year. Good recipe.

Urban Vegan said...

What a cute name!

Timme` ! said...

They were yummie!!! make more !!! Yum! Yum! Yum!

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