First, measure out your ingredients so that everything is ready to go and preheat your oven to 450°F.
Add your flour, salt, and baking powder to the bowl of a food processor. Give it a quick pulse to mix everything together. On my food processor, the button says "Off-Pulse."
Next, add your cubes of butter. The size of the cubes doesn't really matter, you just want it to be in chunks - not a whole stick. Pulse the butter into the flour until it is crumbly, but you can still see chunks of butter.
The last and most important step of the mixing process is to slowly drizzle in your milk. I like to pour the milk in through the spout of the food processor while pulsing it to incorporate the milk. Do this slowly and start with ½ cup. Then drizzle the rest in as needed. Don't dump all of the milk in at once - you may not need all of it.
I check on it after I add ½ a cup, then one cup. Once all of the flour is incorporated into the milk, you are ready to start making your biscuits. It will be super sticky.
Scoop your dough into 6 equal sized "blobs" on a cookie sheet lined with a non-stick baking sheet or parchment paper.
Bake for 12 - 15 minutes - check at 12 minutes - continue baking until the biscuits are slightly browned. They will be buttery and a little crunchy on the outside. These biscuits are not flakey, layered biscuits - they are buttery and fluffy - but they are SO tasty.