Mix the biscuit mix* together with the milk in a mixing bowl.
You can knead the biscuit dough in the bowl just a bit; then drop each biscuit into place on a well greased tin foil pie plate.
If you're mixing the biscuits ahead of time and waiting until later to cook them, you can cover them with plastic wrap, and then place the whole pie plate down in a plastic gallon bag, seal it, and place it in your cooler.
Dutch Oven Recipe Instructions:
Place your uncovered foil pie plate down into the Dutch oven.
If you’re using a grill, place the Dutch oven on the grill above the coals.
If you're baking them over a campfire, I suggest using a tripod, so that your Dutch oven can sit up off the fire, and the bottoms of your biscuits won’t burn.
Let the biscuits cook over the campfire or on the grill for probably 15 to 20 minutes. Just check them frequently to make sure they don’t burn.
Pie Iron Recipe Instructions:
For a pie iron recipe, spray the inside of your pie iron with cooking spray.
Place 2 or more drop biscuits inside, close it up, and hold it over the grill or fire.
Cook the biscuits for around 15 to 20 minutes. Just check them frequently to make sure they don’t burn.