Biscuits, Pancakes & Waffles 
Buttermilk Biscuits Bake at 450°


Buttermilk Hotcakes Sift all dry ingredients in bowl, add milk gradually with egg yolks, stirring just enough until all flour is moistened Beat egg whites to a soft peak and fold into batter.


Note from Janet: Above is the recipe which Mother made most often.

Cheesy Pups
  1. Stir baking mix, cheese and water with fork to a soft dough. Divide dough into 10 equal pieces.
  2. Pat each piece of dough around a frankfurter, making a thin covering. Wrap a bacon slice around dough, securing ends with wooden picks.
  3. Cook over high heat rotating frequently, 15 minutes or until bacon is crisp and biscuit cooked. Makes 5 servings.

Doughboys On the end of a skewer that has been rubbed with shortening, place a ham or cheese cube; around cube wrap one of refrigerated biscuits. Let each person toast his own Doughboy over hot coals, placing it about 5" away and turning slowly until golden-brown on all sides and done ó about 5-10 min. in all. Then itís slipped off skewer and enjoyed with a garnish of pickle relish.

Plain Waffles Sift flour, salt and baking powder into mixing bowl. Beat yolks well and add milk and beat, adding this to the flour slowly beating until perfectly smooth. Then add melted butter and fold in whites stiffly beaten.
Skillet Biscuits
  1. Melt butter in 8" foil pan over low heat. Pour half the butter into another 8" foil pie pan. Rotate pans until butter covers bottom and sides of pan. Stir baking mix and water with fork to a soft dough.
  2. Drop dough by spoonfuls into hot butter in one pan. Pour butter from other pan over biscuits; invert pan over pan with biscuits. Secure rims together with spring-type clothespins.
  3. Cook over low heat 5 min. on each side. Ten 2" biscuits.
Note from Janet: The above two recipes were meant for outdoor use on a Coleman stove. Since Mother never camped, I can only think she did these in her kitchen with regular frying pans.
Sour Milk Waffles Sift flour, salt, soda and baking powder. Combine egg yolks, melted butter and sour milk. Stir the liquid into the dry ingredients until smooth. Fold in stiffly beaten whites of eggs Bake on hot iron.