Melissa Turner Recipe

7-Up Biscuits

By Melissa Turner Mlturner908

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Melissa's Story

Another FB recipe.


4 c
1 c
sour cream
1 c
1/2 c
butter, melted
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Directions Step-By-Step

Mix bisquick, sour cream and 7 up. Dough will be very soft - don't worry :) Knead and fold dough until coated with your baking mix. Pat dough out and cut biscuits using a round biscuit / cookie cutter. Melt butter in bottom of cookie sheet pan or 9x13 casserole dish. Place biscuits on top of melted butter and bake for 12-15 minutes or until brown at 425 degrees

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Biscuits
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

  • Comments

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    Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois - May 18, 2013
    Melissa, This is a great recipe, and there are even several recipes for these here at Just A Pinch, they are so easy. The ingredients are the same, just the amount that the recipe yields is different. These are the best tasting homemade biscuits around in my opinion. I even have one listed here also, using chive & cheddar. I AM HOOKED ON THIS SIMPLE RECIPE. BISQUICK MAKES IT SO SIMPLE EASY AND TASTY. Thanks for posting your version from facebook.
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    Lisa Mullis Lisa_Mullis - May 19, 2013
    I love this recipe. For a short cut I drop them by ice cream scoop works great that way.
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    Rose Mary Mogan cookinginillinois - May 19, 2013
    That is a great idea, I saw Paula Deen use a Ice Cream scoop also. It is a great way to keep them all the same size.
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    Sharon Whitlock CatintheWindow - Jun 2, 2013
    I tried these this morning. A disaster. "Dough will be very soft--don't worry." Forgive me, but WTF?!

    The dough was so sticky ! I finally managed to get it out of the bowl and onto the board to knead it, but it was impossible to knead. It was more like batter than dough. My husband dumped tons of Biquick onto the board, but it didn't get any less sticky. Pat dough out?! How can you pat out batter? My husband had to scrape the gunk off my fingers with a spatula, and we ended up washing most of it down the sink. What a mess.

    Would someone please tell me how I can possibly screw up four ingredients and end up wasting an entire box of Bisquick, a stick of butter, and a cup of sour cream? At least my husband was able to drink the rest of the bottle of 7 UP.

    The weather here is 62 degrees, about 70% humidity. I'm in the Midwest flatlands, not the mountains.

    I checked out other recipes online for this, and the proportions are the same, so I don't think the recipe is incorrect.

    Thanks for explaining the disaster. I'll be sticking--or should I say, "non-sticking"--with Pillsbury Crescent Rolls from now on.
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    Melissa Turner Mlturner908 - Jun 2, 2013
    Hmmm so sorry this didn't work out for you. They really are scrumptious. This is a wet dough. I pour dough out on top of Bisquick and then pour more on top. I then shape it into a rectangle and using a knife cut it into about 9 pieces. Then place in pan and bake. You can also scoop it with an ice cream scooper. Again I am sorry your mishap and lose of money on your ingredients.