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Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
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Can't find liquid nondairy creamer (it is all flavored) Help! Dietitian comment: You could try substituting unenriched rice milk or unflavored almond milk. Check labels and avoid products with phosphate additives.

Dec. 10, 2014, 6:40 AM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
suitor7 says:
4

made low cream of tartar based leavening biscuits and they taste great.

Nov. 07, 2014, 9:36 AM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
Nuzbyone says:
4

The first time I tried making these I only had hazelnut coffee creamer on hand. This gave the biscuits a great flavor. Also spritzed on butter to add the golden glow.

Jan. 11, 2014, 11:27 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
Nuzbyone says:
5

I didn't have plain coffee creamer so I used hazelnut creamer. It really added a great flavor to the biscuits. I also spritzed butter over the top of each before cooking. Very yummy overall.

Jan. 06, 2014, 10:48 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
embrescia says:
4

I made these for the first time today. I used the conversion recipe for the baking soda. I got 12 biscuits not 10. I baked them on a baking stone, and cooked them more than 15 min (not too much more)-kept a close eye on them. I think they are lite and crispy and taste good. Worth having to save my health.

Oct. 20, 2013, 12:43 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
billie410 says:
3

I cannot understand why I can't get any recipes to lower my potassium ! billie410

Sep. 15, 2013, 9:02 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
JohnDunman says:
5

The biscuits were excellent, tasty, flaky, a bit crumbly but really tasty. I made the biscuits using same amount of 1 Tbsp.of regular BP. Was that the correct amount. I am on a low potassium diet. so couldn't use the cream of tartar. Dietitian comment: The regular baking powder is low in potassium but adds phosphorus. 1 tablespoon of double-acting aluminum sulfate baking powder adds 302 mg phosphorus. Double-acting straight phosphate baking powder adds 1370 mg phosphorus to the recipe. For a low phosphorus and low potassium biscuit try the DaVita.com recipe for Country Soda Biscuits.

Sep. 15, 2013, 3:34 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
leigh561 says:
5

I agree they were very light and flaky, so the fell apart, but they tasted so good and didn't really need added butter.

Jan. 10, 2010, 4:03 PM - Inappropriate review?
Easy Phosphorus-Free Drop Biscuits
grogg2 says:
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Made these & they tasted great. Only problem is that they were so light & flaky, they tended to fall apart if you tried to butter them. next time, will add a bit more flour.

Dec. 14, 2008, 12:09 PM - Inappropriate review?

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