The secret ingredient in these biscuits makes them light, flaky and delicious!
I’m back and ready to share lots of fun recipes I tried out last week while the kids were home. I cooked a lot and it was so much fun. My kids like to eat and I love to cook for them.
Their last night home I fixed a nice big dinner (so I fixed a nice big dinner every night!) and we enjoyed the perfect Portland weather as we ate on the patio. I had picked up a pre marinaded tri tip at Costco which was delicious and so easy. Broccoli Salad, grilled artichokes, fingerling potatoes, and roasted peppers stuffed with artichoke dip were the side dishes and there was home made ice cream for dessert. Dinner was almost ready and I realized I didn’t have a bread to go with dinner. So I pulled today’s recipe out of my file – 7Up Biscuits. I found it over a year ago over at Plain Chicken. Now that I have tried it I wish I hadn’t waited so long!!
Let’s just say recipes don’t get much easier than this.
All you need is some Bisquick, 7Up, a little butter and some sour cream. Fortunately I had a bottle of 7-Up in the pantry.
The combination may be a little strange but let me tell you the biscuits are not!
What you get is an incredibly light and fluffy biscuit. They practically melt in your mouth!
Let’s just say they disappeared – fast! The recipe made about 8-9 good size biscuits. An 8 x 8 pan full so you might want to consider doubling the recipe!!
They really don’t need anything else but of course a little bit of butter always makes everything better.
You may also want to check out these other biscuit recipes here on the blog:
- 2 C Bisquick
- ½ C sour cream
- ½ C 7-up
- ¼ C melted butter
- Add sour cream into Bisquick and mix together
- Add 7 Up-the dough will be very soft.
- Sprinkle additional Bisquick onto the counter and gently pat the dough out to desired thickness (about 1 inch)
- Use the bottom of a glass or a biscuit cutter to cut out biscuits.
- Place melted butter into 9 x 9 pan. Place biscuits on top of butter
- Bake in a 450 oven until golden brown, about 8-10 minutes.