Light, buttery biscuits can be a delicious addition to any meal, from breakfast to dinner. When you think of a light biscuit, you probably picture relatively pale baked good with a golden brown top that is made with all purpose or self rising flour. But it is possible to make a good biscuit with whole wheat flour and over on the Craftsy blog (it’s free!), I’ll walk you through the process of Making Biscuits With Whole Wheat Flour step by step.
If you’ve worked with whole wheat flour before, you know that it doesn’t perform just the same way that white flour does. One of the differences is that whole wheat flour can absorb more moisture than white flours do. As a result, you will find that you need to add more liquid to these biscuits than you might need to with some other recipes. If you want to get started but are hesitant to use all whole wheat dough, try using half all purpose flour and half whole wheat for your first batch, then go from there!