Homey, tangy Goat Cheese Dill Buttermilk Biscuits are easy to make and have the flavor of spring. These two-bite biscuits are a great side dish for a bowl of soup, salad or with dinner in place of rolls.
Tangy flavors in a buttery mini biscuit that win anyone over.
These mini Buttermilk Biscuits are packed with flavors of fresh dill and goat cheese.
Biscuits can be a wonderful alternative to rolls with a meal.
These goat cheese dill mini biscuits are a fantastic bite-size option. The fresh, tangy flavors brighten up any meal and go especially well with fish, soups or Easter menus.
But the flavor is absolutely perfect in these mini biscuits!
Bite-size Buttermilk Biscuits
Biscuits are a more traditional Southern food and are often served with gravy.
Being drier in texture than regular dinner rolls, they absorb sauces and gravy well.
These goat cheese dill mini biscuits have a wonderful balance between moist interior and the flaky exterior people love about a good biscuit!
The tangy flavors of the goat cheese dill mini biscuits taste like spring. A spring meal should be light and flavor-packed as we exit the comfort food season.
Instead of making full size biscuits the dainty square biscuits a mere 1 inch by 1 inch in size.
A bit more than a bite, large enough to convey the tang of the goat cheese and signature dill but not enough to occupy too much room in one’s stomach!
Of course seconds and thirds are certainly allowed and encouraged!
Recipe Ingredients + Notes
All Purpose Flour. Regular or gluten-free measure for measure flour blend can be used.
The gluten-free version of all our recipes are tested with Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free 1-to-1 Baking Flour.
Baking Powder and Baking Soda. This dynamic duo help with rising and the perfect biscuit texture.
Granulated Sugar. Just a pinch creates a flavor contrast without making the biscuits taste truly sweet.
Kosher salt. Any salt will work but kosher salt is our favorite. It tastes less salty than iodized salt and mixes will due to the flake size.
Black pepper. Use freshly ground if possible.
Unsalted Butter. This gives the buttermilk biscuits a wonderful buttery flavor and flakey texture.
Goat cheese. You’ll use crumbled goat cheese. You can hand crumble a log of goat cheese or buy crumbles to save some time.
Fresh dill. Available in the produce section of the grocery store. Fresh dill adds a springy flavor.
Buttermilk. They key ingredient for making classic biscuits.
Tried and Tested Recipe
This recipe has been tested with regular all purpose flour, gluten-free measure-for-measure flour*, at altitude and sea level. Delicious results every time!