Since it’s wintertime, I decided to cut back most of my herbs in my little container garden.
I chopped up about half and froze them like I normally do, but then decided to slowly air-dry out the rest to create a nice assortment of homemade dried herbs too. (I was inspired by this post on how to preserve fresh herbs over at Keeper of the Home.)
Once they were done drying, I was eager to try them out. So I decided to use an assortment of these fresh-dried herbs to make these delightful grain-free biscuits. I usually make them with fresh herbs (as shown in the photo), but I’m happy to report that they are just as tasty with dried herbs too!
These light and fluffy, yet filling, biscuits are just a simple twist on my popular Almond Flour Biscuits recipe. We find these savory little fellows to be the perfect accompaniment to hearty wintertime soups and stews, as well as roasted chicken. We hope you enjoy them too!
Do you have an herb garden? What are your favorite ways to use and preserve your fresh-grown herbs?