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I’m not from the South, but sometimes I feel like I should’ve been!  Actually, it’s probably best that I’m not because I’d probably turn into a Biscuit from eating so many of them, among all of the other great Southern foods that I dream about on a daily basis!

I just can’t resist a fluffy, warm and tender Biscuit.  Especially when they’re lightly Sugared, super fluffy, doughy pillows of delight.  Ohhh, and then topped with a cascading flow of the most decadent Chocolate “Gravy” that will totally knock your socks off..and possibly other clothing items too..lol!

But, it’s the amazing sugar that makes these uhh.. AMAZING!

  • All-u-Lose is the calories! Allulose Crystalline
  • 7 oz. Plastic Bottles – Crystalline has a Sugar Taste and Texture
  • Made with Non-Metabolizing Allulose – Just .4 Net Carbs per teaspoon.
  • Non-GMO — Gluten Free — Diabetic-Friendly — Sugar Alcohol Free — Supports Weight Loss — Does not have an impact on blood sugar levels.
  • Enjoy the richness of sweets without the guilt or unhealthy effects

 

Change up your Dessert..Or Breakfast..Or Lunch..Or Snacks, with this simple, yet unique & elegant spin on an all-time favorite!

What you’ll need:

1 can of Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Buttermilk Biscuits (8ct.)

1/2 cup Allulose Natural Rare Sugar Sweetener

1/4 cup melted butter..for dipping

For the Gravy:

1 cup Sugar

2-1/2 cups Milk

1/4  cup melted butter

1 tsp. Vanilla extract

2 tbsp. Flour

3/4 cup Unsweetened Cocoa

Directions:

Dip each raw Biscuit into the melted Butter and then directly into the Sugar….

Place them on a baking sheet and bake according to the package instructions…

Let them cool completely…

Make the Chocolate Gravy:  In a medium pot, slowly melt the Butter and then stir in the Sugar, Flour, Vanilla and Cocoa Powder until it’s pretty much lump-free.  Pour in the Milk and mix to combine…

Let it simmer for about 15 minutes, or until it thickens up.

Grab a couple of Sugar-Crackled Biscuits and drizzle some of the warm Chocolate Gravy onto them…

Or you can serve them up on a big platter, family style.  YES, you’ll have to share!

However you choose to eat them…you’ll be a Biscuit Rock-star!  ~Enjoy! 🙂

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