Total Time
Prep 4 mins
Cook 12 mins

Let me start off by saying HALLELUJAH!! My parents are BIG biscuit eaters, and dinner every night is a battle for me to turn down the biscuits. I adapted this recipe from a traditional "mayo" biscuit, and it is yummy! They come out very fluffy and are not cursed with the nasty baking powder flavor that most healthy biscuits have. I hope to soon experiment with oat flour in this recipe!! This is by far one of my favorite healthified recipes!


  1. Cut mayonnaise into flour until consistency is crumb-like.
  2. Add in milk and water, stirring until dough is formed.
  3. Drop or mold biscuits onto greased pan, and bake at 400 for 12 minutes.
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5 5

Thank you SOOOOO much! I LOVE biscuits but, now that I'm dieting, I can't eat the full-flavor ones for a number of reasons. This recipe was perfect. Tasted like Bisquick drop biscuits. I used light mayo and 2% mill because that's what I had on hand but boy did they hit the spot! Thanks again for biscuits I can enjoy guitlessly.

5 5

These were pretty good for low cal biscuits. I followed it exactly and made 6 medium size biscuits. All gone so I'd say they were good.

5 5

These were so easy to make and no one knew they were low-fat. I will definitely keep this recipe handy, these win hand-over-fist over canned biscuits! Thanks for posting a keeper! Made for Fall 2009 PAC,