Stares at one lone sweet potato. And makes sweet potato pumpkin beer biscuits with a honey sage butter.
I found this recipe on Pinterest, and ever since my friend started her awesome blog Bake it With Booze!, I've been wanting to make a beer bread.
I juuuust happened to have 1 seasonal pumpkin beer left in my fridge, along with that lone sweet potato, so I whipped up these biscuits thanks to this recipe over at The Beeroness. Thanks girl for the recipe!!
There is something kind of fun and satisfying about mixing and kneading a dough with your hands. Anything like this, where you crumble the cold butter into a flour mix, is best done with your hands.
After the dough came together, I passed on rolling it out and cutting out squares, in favor of just making drop biscuits. Laziness.
These baked up great, and were amazing topped with a honey sage butter (didn't have the suggested maple syrup; honey substituted fine).
The perfect fall biscuit.