Baking and cooking in general can be such a therapeutic hobby. Being a mom of 3, cooking and prepping dinner often feels like a chore and another task on my to do list, but baking is always a pleasure! Though the process of baking is well known to be more scientific then basic cooking recipes, I have always found it to be really relaxing. And its always a win win because the whole family loves baked goods and treats. During quarantine I’ve been exploring new recipes! Someone I found to always be of great inspiration is Adrianna from A Cozy Kitchen! She always offers her readers and followers a step by step video of a recipes process making delicious meals and treats available to chefs of all levels!
I recently decided to try her spin on strawberry shortcake biscuits!
Though the dough can be prepared in advanced I personally made it the day of. This recipe truly calls for very little ingredients making it a convenient and delicious treat to prepare spontaneously.
Strawberries are definitely a summer favorite in our household, so when I stumbled upon this recipe I knew it would be one my kids would gobble up. Who doesn’t love sweet juicy berries in summer? This recipe can also be made with peaches (YUM) and other berry types.
Overall I would have liked more width on my biscuits but they definitely weren’t lacking in deliciousness. The kids and Jason went crazy for them!
I cant emphasize enough how easy and fast this recipe was to whip up. A great option for all us busy on the go moms! I really wish we weren’t in quarantine so we could have shared with friends, but I know I’ll be making these again for future gatherings with family and friends.
Definitely check out A Cozy Kitchen for food and recipe inspo! I’ll be trying her tiramisu next! 😉
(This article was originally published June 2020)