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Glazed Blueberry Biscuits Recipe – How to Make it in 13 Simple Steps

With the flavor of delicious blueberries, the crunch of a streusel topping, and the gooey texture of a powdered sugar glaze, this recipe for Glazed Blueberry Biscuits is a wonderful choice for breakfast. If you're tired of making muffins or cinnamon rolls for breakfast, this recipe is a great alternative.

This is a close look at a batch of glazed blueberry biscuits on a white plate.

Oatmeal, eggs and bacon, waffles, muffins, and toast—all of these are common choices for many people to eat for breakfast. Down in the Southern United States, foods like grits, biscuits, and gravy are common. In the Northeastern United States, things like smoked salmon and bagels are typically eaten for breakfast.

Polls have indicated that nearly 4 in 10 individuals eat cold cereal for breakfast. While cereal is quick, easy, and somewhat nutritious, it is definitely not the most delicious choice for breakfast. Most people who eat cold breakfast cereals choose it because it is quick, easy, and doesn’t require more dishes than a bowl and a spoon.

This is why many people when they wish to give someone a treat for the holidays or their birthday, choose to make a tasty homemade breakfast. Having a leisurely, delicious meal makes starting the day just a little more special. This recipe for Glazed Blueberry Biscuits will be an excellent choice for a special breakfast recipe. Whether it is Mother’s Day, your loved one’s birthday, or just a relaxing Sunday morning, this recipe is sure to please.

Glazed Blueberry Biscuits Recipe

April Freeman
Are you looking for a new and delicious breakfast recipe? Blueberry muffins are good, but this recipe for Glazed Blueberry Biscuits features the flavor of tangy blueberries, combines it with a streusel topping, and adds a tasty lemon-flavored glaze to the top. This recipe is a kind of cross between a biscuit and a coffee cake, and you will definitely enjoy every sweet bite of it.
Cuisine American


  • Large Cast Iron Skillet
  • Large bowl
  • Pastry blender
  • Spoon
  • Rolling Pin
  • Biscuit Cutter
  • Small bowl


  • Set your oven to 400 degrees and preheat it. Place a large cast iron skillet in the oven with the 1 tablespoon of butter in it. After a few minutes, the butter will be melted, and you can remove the pan from the oven, swirling it to coat the bottom of the pan.
    The bottom of the cast iron skillet is buttered and oiled.
  • In a large bowl, stir together your flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar. Cut the butter into small pieces and add it to the bowl.
  • You can use a pastry blender or a fork to blend the butter into the flour mixture. Continue mixing until the butter is evenly distributed in the flour. You will end up with tiny bits of butter in the mixture.
  • Add the buttermilk to the flour mixture and stir with a spoon until it is fully incorporated and a dough is formed. You may not need all the buttermilk. Stop adding it when the dough begins to stick together.
    The buttermilk is then added into the butter mixture.
  • Add the blueberries to the mixture, stirring gently, just until they are evenly mixed into the dough. If the berries are frozen, you do not have to thaw them. You may want to use your hands to blend them into the dough.
  • Scoop out the dough onto a lightly floured surface, lightly dusting the top and sides of the dough ball.
  • Gently roll out the dough with a floured rolling pin to about an inch thick. Be gentle so you do not crush the berries.
    The dough with blueberries are then flattened with a rolling pin.
  • Cut the biscuits with a biscuit cutter into rounds, placing each on into the skillet with the sides touching. You may have to squeeze them into the pan to make them fit. Brush the biscuit tops with the heavy cream.
  • Now you can make the streusel topping. In a small bowl, stir together the flour, cinnamon, and brown sugar with a fork. Add the butter, using a fork to press and cut the butter into the dry ingredients. Sprinkle the streusel evenly over the biscuits, pressing it lightly to make it stick to the biscuits.
  • Place the pan in the oven, baking the biscuits for about 30 minutes until they are lightly browned on the top.
    The biscuits are browned in the skillet.
  • As the biscuits are baking, you can prepare the glaze by stirring together all the glaze ingredients in a small bowl with a wire whisk.
    This is the glazing mixture mixed in a glass.
  • After the biscuits are baked, allow them to cool for about 10 minutes in the pan. Add spoonfuls of glaze to the tops of the biscuits, allowing it to run down the sides of them.
  • When you serve the biscuits, you can add additional glaze to the individual biscuits.


There are three steps to making this recipe, but don’t let that intimidate you. First, you will have to prepare the biscuit dough. You can use either fresh blueberries or frozen ones.
If you use fresh berries, some of them may release juice into the dough, making it turn a bit purple. That’s okay! It’s part of the charm of baking with fresh fruit. Second, you need to make the streusel topping.
This topping adds a touch of cinnamon and a delightful, sugary crunch to the biscuits. Finally, you’ll make the glaze. This icing adds a layer of gooey, lemon-flavored sweetness to the biscuits. Be sure that you follow the directions and allow the biscuits to cool before you add the glaze. If the biscuits are too hot, they will simply absorb the glaze.
Keyword Breakfast, Glazed Blueberry Biscuits, Recipe

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