About This Small Batch Strawberry Biscuit Sheet Cake Recipe
This small batch strawberry biscuit sheet cake is adapted from Martha Stewart’s fantastic recipe! The sheet cake is made with 6 to 8 (more on that later) accordion-style, buttery and flaky biscuits. These biscuits are baked closely together to connect and form a small “sheet cake.” They are then topped with fresh whipped cream and sliced strawberries, similar to how you would top cake with frosting!
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Why You Should Make The Recipe
Here are all the reasons to make this strawberry biscuit sheet cake recipe:
This strawberry biscuit sheet cake recipe is adapted from a Martha Stewart recipe.
I first discovered this recipe when browsing Martha Stewart’s Cake Perfection: 100+ Recipes for the Sweet Classic, from Simple to Stunning: A Baking Book. I loved the idea of an unconventional sheet cake made of biscuits! It reminds me of the popular sheet cakes from my childhood that were made with cupcakes. They were surprisingly convenient and enabled folks to serve themselves a portion cleanly and easily!
However, this version is small batch—it makes just enough for a small household.
Martha’s original recipe, however, makes a sheet cake with 12 biscuits. I took issue with that portion size. Unless you’re making it for a special occasion with a crowd, you’re going to have a lot of leftovers! And biscuits tend to taste best when fresh from the oven.
So, I decided to adapt the recipe to make a smaller portion. Specifically, the recipe makes a sheet cake from 6 to 8 biscuits.
This recipe is easily customizable to your tastes and preferences.
I already mentioned that my version of the recipe makes 6 to 8 biscuits. The recipe provides instructions for how to make a sheet cake with both portions. You can either shape the dough into a thicker portion and cut out 6 biscuits, or shape it more thinly to cut out 8 biscuits.
Additionally, you can easily play around with the strawberries and whipped cream topping. If strawberries are past their prime, feel free to substitute with any other fruit of your choice. Similarly, you an add different extracts and flavors to the whipped cream to customize it. The world is your oyster!
Now that I’ve convinced you to make this quiche recipe, I have some potentially bad news. You’ll need to support me on Patreon to access the recipe. Before you click out, please either learn more about why I started a Patreon.
But the TL/DR is this: Patreon supporters of Hummingbird High get exclusive access to extra recipes like this one with a basic $1 or $5 subscription. Supporters also have the exclusive ability to choose the recipes I develop for Patreon by participating in a monthly poll. Previous recipes have included:
- Blueberry Scones (Small Batch)
- Yellow Sheet Cake with Chocolate Frosting (Small Batch)
- Cinnamon Rolls (Small Batch)
- Mini American Flag Cake
- No Bake Cheesecake Bars (Small Batch)
- Peach Crumb Bars (Small Batch)
- Pumpkin Snickerdoodles
- Baked Apple Cider Donuts
- Peppermint Bark Oreos
- Gateau Basque
- Blood Orange Drizzle Cake
- Small Batch Baileys Brownies
- Lemon Pudding Cake
- 6-Inch Victoria Sponge Cake Recipe
- Small Batch Streusel Coffee Cake Recipe
- 6 Inch Japanese Strawberry Shortcake
- Biscuit Peach Cobbler (Small Batch)
- Apple Galette (Small Batch)
- Apple and Almond Upside Down Mini Cakes (Small Batch)
- Milk Bread Rolls
- Ginger Crinkle Cookies
- Baked Mochi Pon De Ring Donuts
- White Chocolate Brownies
- Chocolate Stout Cake With Irish Cream Frosting
- Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Quiche
- Easy Coconut Cake
And now, this strawberry biscuit sheet cake. Hooray!
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