These may be the world’s easiest and most buttery biscuits! OK, maybe not the worlds easiest but pretty dang easy! These baked really quickly and were super yummy! I think you will love these 7 Up Biscuits! all you need are pantry essentials to make this great recipe!
7 Up Biscuits Recipe
These easy 7 Up Biscuits only take 4 ingredients to make soft, buttery, oh so delicious melt in your mouth biscuits! No baked biscuit experience required! Trust me you can make light and fluffy drop biscuits with 7-up that everyone will love!
When I first started making these 7up biscuits in 2013 I was shocked at how great they turned out. I am the person that can not make a southern biscuit for the life of me.
My next goal is to try and make breakfast biscuits. John is a huge fan of biscuits and gravy. He raves about his Mom’s biscuits.
I really want to work on making biscuits and surprise him with them one morning. Do you have a biscuit recipe you love? I would love to hear about it.
For some reason, Biscuits and Croissants are 2 pastries I have not mastered making yet. I am setting the goal of making both of these in the next month. I will keep you up to date on how that goal goes.
Great recipes to pair with the 7-Up Biscuits
- Bisquick Baking Mix
- Sour cream
- 7 Up
Flour or extra baking mix so you can create a floured surface.
Pastry cutter – This works great to cut the sour cream into the biscuit mix.
9X9 Baking Dish – I found this baking pan works the best for this recipe.
Biscuit Cutter – If you want perfectly shaped biscuits you will want a biscuit cutter. I normally just cut the biscuits into squares.
We hope you really enjoy this recipe!
7 Up Biscuits Recipe
- 2 cups Bisquick
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1/2 cup 7 Up
- 1/4 cup butter melted
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees
- Cut sour cream into the bisquick, add in 7 up (don't be surprised when it fizzes a bit)
- Sprinkle Bisquick on a flat surface and add dough, pat it down into a square
- Melt butter and pour it into a 9-Inch Pan
- Cut your biscuits and place them on top of the butter
- Bake 12-15 minutes until golden brown