DIY Green Biscuit

Instead of buying a Green Biscuit for $13-$15...why not make your own for little to no money. It works just the same...but in some cases better on certain surfaces.

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Step 1: Materials

-1/4 cup water
-1/2 cup salt
-1 cup flour
-1 tspn veggie oil
-(optional) food coloring
-bowl
-spoon
-3 nuts and bolts from an old skate board

Step 2: Making of the Biscuits Body

Combine all of the ingredients in the bowl. Mix with the spoon. Kneed the mixture until it is like dough on the wax paper.

Step 3: Making the Discs

Flatten the dough into discs (on the wax paper) that measures 8 cm in diameter and 1.5 cm in width. Then you will have 2 discs. Bake the discs in the microwave in 10 seconds, 15 seconds, and 15 second intervals.

Step 4: Assembly

Stick 3 toothpicks into the stacked discs to make three lined up holes. Put the nuts and bolts into the holes where the toothpicks were. The biscuit is ready for use!

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    13watson31NVDevastator

    Reply 2 years ago

    Bud you don't eat green biscuits. You chuck sauce with them.