EASY VEGAN DROP BISCUITS & GRAVY | Recipe by Mary’s Test Kitchen

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The other day, I was low on groceries and feeling lazy but hunger could not be denied! Enter: EASY VEGAN DROP BISCUITS n’ GRAVY.

Drop biscuits are easier to make than regular biscuits. No need to get your hands dirty and get your counter-top covered in flour. All you need to do is mix the ingredients together, spoon the batter on to a prepared baking sheet, and bake for about 15 minutes. They bake up warm and fluffy on the inside with crunchier edges all ’round.

You could use my almost instant lazy gravy recipe to go with this. Or use this even lazier version: vegan country gravy. It’s just flour browned with oil, salt, pepper, and plain plant-based milk. I like almond milk for this; the nutty flavour goes well.

Add some vegan sausage and maybe a salad to make a more complete meal. Or make some vegan fried ‘chicken’. There are no rules!


Easy Vegan Drop Biscuits n’ Gravy (printable recipe):

Vegan Buttermilk Biscuits – more work but very nice (printable recipe):

Vegan Lazy Gravy – a herbaceous, almost instant gravy (printable recipe):

The Best Vegan Fried ‘Chicken’:



My recommendation: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng









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13 thoughts on “EASY VEGAN DROP BISCUITS & GRAVY | Recipe by Mary’s Test Kitchen

  1. I’ll add some maple syrup, dark chocolate and cashews to that biscuit dough. Can’t watch to try it out. 🙌🏻

  2. You have made me so happy right now!! The only thing I have truly missed is biscuits and gravy…and seafood. I can’t wait to try the recipe!!!

  3. Hey Mary! I just thought of something noms. In China they take lotus root 莲藕 or 藕 (I just call it ou, I don’t know if it’s lian ou or not), but they stuff it with pork. I went to the Jade Buddha Temple in Shanghai where they served the vegan version of it. It was utterly amazing, I think maybe it was gluten, or some kind of gluten/seitan mixture in it. My non-vegan friend still talks about it (this was months ago). If you’ve ever had it or know a good recipe for it, that’d be the best noms ever! This version was a thick piece of ou with a cut slit and the gluten stuffed in it, though I’ve seen it stuffed into the little openings of the ou. Oh, maybe you can’t get ou in Canada…… well! It’s a thought! <3

    1. Lucky. We never had biscuits and gravy at mcdonalds when/where I grew up (canada)

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