Gluten Free Biscuits and Gravy: Southern Style

Sarena is back in the kitchen this week, sharing her recipe for Southern-style gluten-free sausage gravy and biscuits. This rich, creamy, meaty sausage gravy is the perfect comfort food! Bonus, this recipe comes together so quickly. The gravy can be made in the time it takes for your cookies to bake. If you don’t want to make the cookies from scratch, our gluten-free cookie and baking mix is ​​a perfect alternative. Gravy Recipe:
Biscuit recipe:

To make these homemade gluten-free biscuits and gravy, you’ll need to start with your dry ingredients, which include gluten-free flour, baking powder, and salt. Once your flour mixture is well blended, begin adding your wet ingredients, starting with a neutral vinegar to activate the baking soda. Then add your eggs and egg whites to form a soft dough. Shape the dough into biscuits, brush with egg yolks and bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. When your biscuits are in the oven, you can make homemade sausage gravy! Brown your sausage in a large skillet over medium heat. While your sausage is cooking, combine your milk of choice with gluten-free flour in a small glass. Stir until combined and slowly add to your pan. Season your gravy with garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper and stir until thickened. Once your gravy has thickened, it’s ready to serve. Spoon over your freshly baked cookies and enjoy. Gravy Recipe:
Biscuit recipe:

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  1. I love this! My mom recently found out she can't have gluten and one of her favorite dishes is biscuits and gravy!! Can't wait to make this for her, thanks!

  2. Fun video! Thank you. I have always added a small bit, may be 1/4 or less of chorizo to the regular pork sausage and half of a teaspoon of ground fennel seed. And of course a decent amount of black pepper.

  3. So glad I found this! Thank you for taking time to put this together for those of us who have to have GF alternatives. The 3 person recipe will be perfect for my husband and I. Can't wait to try this!

  4. Just made these for the 1st time. Used your 3 person biscuit recipe for just 1 perosn. 🙂 Yay me!
    They look absolutely delicious. I'm so glad I found your page. I will let you know how it tastes. Fingers crossed!

    They are absolutely delicious. Can’t tell the difference with flavor or texture. I think I went a little heavy on the garlic. But other than that beautiful dish will be making again in the near future!! 😋

  5. You didn't brown the flour first so I was wondering if it has the raw flour taste? As a southerner, we brown the sausage with parts of the sausage having burnt scrapings at the bottom. Then we add a little lard or butter to get those scrapings up and brown the flour in those scrapings first….then add cream or milk etc. I am now gluten intolerant. Was looking for ideas. Want to know if this has an uncooked flour taste or not?

  6. Appreciate that you gave dairy free options also, looks really good, can't wait to try. Love you sharing your childhood memories with us.

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