Everything You Need for a Killer Biscuit Brunch
It's National Biscuit Month, and we're ready to celebrate with a buttery, flaky biscuit brunch.
You don't get a day off from work, and you definitely won't find any cards at your local stationery store, but we still think it's worth it to get serious about celebrating National Biscuit Month. And what better way to celebrate than to throw an unforgettable biscuit-themed brunch for you and your friends? We rounded up everything you might need for your biscuit-making bonanza.
If you're going to grab your apron to make your own biscuits, you'll need a few key supplies — biscuit cutters are one of them. These fluted cutters come in a variety of sizes (from baby biscuit to big), and they'll last through many biscuit-making occasions.
Sur la Table, $14.95
If you're ready to take your love for biscuits to the next level, it might be time for your very own biscuit pan. This seasoned, cast iron pan can go anywhere (including on the campfire!) so you can take your biscuit-making on the road. It ensures even, perfectly-sized biscuits every time.
Sur la Table, $39.95
Your friends and family likely already feel strongly about how they prefer to eat their biscuits. They may love them covered in gravy, slathered with butter or jam (or both!), or our favorite — dripping with honey. This pretty glass jar of honey comes with an adorable wood dipper so you can easily drizzle over those buttery biscuits.
The Container Store $11.99
This chic marble butter keeper is a perfect choice for your biscuit brunch. It allows you to store your butter at room temperature for easy spreading —just add 1/4 cup of water to the base and invert so you always have yummy room temp butter on hand.
Crate & Barrel, $24.95
Each set comes with two charming vintage tongs sourced by the team at Elsie Green as they traveled through the French countryside, which means you won't know exactly what you'll get when you click that order button. That's part of the fun, though. Add them to a vintage ice bucket or use for serving biscuits.
Food52, $24 for set of two
These delicate petal placemats totally had us swooning. They would work great at your biscuit brunch, but we're guessing these babies will spend a lot of time on your dining table. Best of all, they're made of vinyl, so they are easy to clean and maintain.
CB2, $9.95 each
Of course, you need a biscuit cookbook for your biscuit brunch bonanza! You'll find recipes in here for gluten-free biscuits, the famous Cathead biscuit, and something called a beer city biscuit (we're officially intrigued). There are also loads of other great brunch and breakfast recipes, too.