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Jim 'N Nick's Bar-B-Q Cheese Biscuits


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The barbecue at Jim N' Nick's is good food. But it's the irresistible mini cheese biscuits served with every meal that have become the signature specialty of this 40-store chain. The sweet little biscuits are made from scratch every day at each restaurant using the same wholesome ingredients I'm including here.

A bag of dry mix can be purchased at the restaurant, but you’re still required to add eggs, butter, cheese, and milk, so why not just make the whole thing from scratch? It's much cheaper than buying the bag of mix, and the biscuits come out better when you use fresh buttermilk rather than relying on the powdered buttermilk included in the dry mix.

Use a mini muffin pan here to make your biscuits the same size as the originals or use a standard muffin pan, if that's all you've got, for bigger muffins. It will take a little longer to cook the larger biscuits (instructions are below), but they will still turn out as addictively delicious as the famous tiny restaurant originals.

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  • 2 large eggs
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Amber Gray
Nov 28, 2020, 09:07

Never had the original, but these were good to fix with BBQ as a side dish. They are very, very sweet and so much so that you don't really notice the cheddar. They will also fool you into insisting that there is cornmeal in them (in that they remind you of a sweet cornbread), however it is a master of disguise. Very good and very easy to adapt less sweet if desired...love the small size too using the mini-muffin tin.

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