"In my family, we call these Granny's Famous Biscuits," hit songwriter Chris Wallin tells Taste of Country of his biscuit recipe, smiling while recalling his sweet grandmother, Phyllis, who passed away in 2006. "I promise you, these are the best biscuits you will ever have!"

While the measurements may not be exact, check out the priceless YouTube video Wallin made of his beloved granny making her famous biscuits, not using a single measuring tool.

Granny's Famous Biscuits Ingredients:

3 cups White Lily Flour
1/2 cup Lard
1 - 1 1/2 cups Buttermilk

Granny's Famous Biscuits Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
2. Grease muffin tin with lard.
3. Pour flour into large mixing bowl.
4. Add lard to flour.
5. Cover lard with flour and mix by using a spoon or two knives.
6. Stir in buttermilk until
7. Spoon biscuit batter into muffin tin.
8. Bake for 20 minutes.

About Chris Wallin:

Wallin has been a songwriting staple in the Nashville scene for many years, charting dozens of Top 40 hits, including multiple chart-toppers for artists such as Toby Keith ('Love Me If You Can'), Kenny Chesney ('Don’t Blink'), Montgomery Gentry ('Something to Be Proud Of,' 'Speed') and Trace Adkins ('I’m Tryin'').

Wallin has also had songs recorded by the likes of James Otto, Brian McComas, Confederate Railroad, Anthony Smith, Lorrie Morgan, Keith Anderson, Sammy Kershaw, Joe Diffie, Michael Peterson, Jeffrey Steele, Neal McCoy, Brad Paisley and many more.

Watch Chris Wallin's Granny Phyllis Make Her Famous Biscuits