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  • Strawberry biscuits like Hardee's/Carl Jr's?

    anyone have any ideas?

    On a whim I purchased a can of strawberry pie filling and some frozen biscuits.

    i'd love to figure out how to duplicate them using these items, but i'm afraid i need
    refrig. biscuits instead

    do u think i can bake the biscuits halfway, top them (and make an indentation at that time like a well to hold the filling) and then bake them off?

    these are so good from hardee's i just hate having to drive to the next town
    to satisfy a craving.

    thanks for any and all advice!
    donna

  • #2
    Re: Strawberry biscuits like Hardee's/Carl Jr's?

    I Haven't Had Them, But That Sounds Like A Good Idea To Me!! Try It, You'll Probably Like It!!!

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    • #3
      Re: Strawberry biscuits like Hardee's/Carl Jr's?

      Thanks Nu, I trust your judgement.

      I'll let you know how they turn out.
      I've never bought strawberry pie filling before so I'm hoping it's what
      I'm looking for.

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        Re: Strawberry biscuits like Hardee's/Carl Jr's?

        Strawberry Biscuit! - menu description

        Craving something sweet? Try the made from scratch Strawberry Biscuit with strawberry topping and creamy icing. New at Hardee’s.

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        Hardee's Biscuits Recipe
        Source: Recipelink

        4 cups self-rising flour
        1 Tbls sugar
        1 Tbls baking powder
        2 cups buttermilk
        2/3 cup shortning

        Mix together, but do not knead.
        Roll out to 1" thick.
        Cut and brush tops with buttermilk.
        Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.



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