7-Up Sour Cream Biscuits

Fran Miller


I saw this super-easy recipe floating around Facebook and had to give it a try. The biscuits are surprisingly delicious & don't taste like Bisquick! I'm only adding the recipe here so I can find it again in the future when it's time to add it to a Family Favorites cookbook. =^..^=

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Makes 15 biscuits


15 Min


15 Min




1 stick
butter or margarine (maybe 3/4 stick next time.)
4 c
bisquick baking mix + more for sprinkling
1 c
sour cream
1 c

Directions Step-By-Step

Mist a 13 x 9" baking dish with cooking spray. Add the stick of butter & place in a cold oven. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
In a large bowl, add the Bisquick, sour cream, and 7-Up. Stir together until well-blended. The dough will be soft & sticky at this point.
Sprinkle a little more Bisquick on a clean counter and spoon out the dough on it. Dust a little more Bisquick over the dough, then on your hands. Knead & fold over the dough maybe 8 or 10 times, adding a little more Bisquick, if needed, until dough can be patted out.
Dip a biscuit cutter (or a glass) into some Bisquick and cut out the biscuits.
When the butter has melted, remove the pan from the oven.
Take each biscuit in turn and put it in the melted butter, then turn it over so both sides are buttered. Continue until all biscuits are in the baking dish.
Bake at 425 degrees F. for about 12-15 minutes, or until browned on top & bottom. Check early the first time you make them since all ovens are different!
Although I put butter on this biscuit for the photo, it didn't need it! The melted butter from the recipe is plenty.
These biscuits would also be great with Sausage Gravy 101 or Hamburger SOS. I'm also thinking of cutting back the melted butter (maybe 3/4 of the stick?) and adding some sugar to the baking mix in Step #2 to make Sweet Biscuits for Strawberry Shortcakes. What do you think? =^..^=

About this Recipe

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