TWD: BWD Cottage Cheese Biscuits

Here’s the thing, cottage cheese is one of the few foods on my “ick, never passing my lips” list. However, I figured that baking cottage cheese into biscuits would probably be ok. I was still skeptical when I could see the curds in the dough. Thankfully, I couldn’t see them when they came out of the oven.

I patted out the dough and just cut it into 8 pieces

I snagged one of these fluffy biscuits right off the baking sheet and added butter and some Bonne Maman Strawberry Verbena jam. The cottage cheese adds some tang but is not overwhelming.

I called my hubs and son in to try them and attempted to not tell them about the cottage cheese but alas, hubs wasn’t having it. So I told him about the dreaded ingredient which came with the expected ew face. After a few minutes he popped out of his office hole to say that the biscuits were delicious.


These were super easy to make. I think it was 30 minutes from getting ingredients out to pulling them out of the oven. That’s my kind of recipe!

Oh yeah, I made the Glenorchy Flapjacks but forgot to take pictures. I took them to school with me and they were devoured! So, win!

Check out Tuesdays with Dorie to see how other bakers fared this week. And check out Dorie Greenspan’s “Baking with Dorie” for more delicious recipes!

8 Comments on “TWD: BWD Cottage Cheese Biscuits

  1. I’m laughing at all the skepticism in your house due to the cottage cheese. So glad everyone enjoyed them! They were a breeze to make weren’t they.


  2. I am with you on the cottage cheese haha, but I also figured would you really be able to taste it in the biscuits?? We couldn’t taste it 🤷‍♀️ I like how you just cut the dough in squares…so much more efficient!


  3. Not a cottage cheese lover but will buy just to make these biscuits. They were delicious with a slathering of butter and jam.


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