7-UP BISCUITS

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Several people have asked me about a recipe for 7 Up Biscuits.  I looked at several recipes online and on Pinterest and this is my recipe for these biscuits.  I made two batches of 7 Up Biscuits.  The first batch I used Bisquick and the second batch I used self-rising flour.  Most of the recipes I found online use a baking mix in the recipe instead of flour.  Most recipes also called for 2 cups of the baking mix.  I found this was not enough and the dough was really wet.  Both recipes turned out good. I think the ones using self-rising flour were taller but the ones using a baking mix may have been a little fluffier.  The bottoms get brown because of the butter and both recipes turned out very good.  I really liked the ones with flour a little better than the baking mix and you use less flour.  You can choose which one you want to make or bake both and do your own comparison.  Let me hear from you in the comments if you try these.

7 UP Biscuits The Southern Lady Cooks

7-Up Biscuits using a baking mix:

3 cups Bisquick or a baking mix like Jiffy

1/2 cup sour cream

1/4 cup butter or margarine or 4 tablespoons, melted (I used real butter)

1/2 cup 7-up

Cut the sour cream into the baking mix until mixture resembles course crumbs.  Add the 7-up and mix with a spoon.  Pour the melted butter onto your baking sheet.(You will need a baking sheet with sides or a casserole dish)  Drop biscuits or roll and cut out onto the butter.  Bake in preheated 425 degree oven for 12 to 15 minutes checking for doneness since ovens vary.  Note: I cut mine out with a biscuit cutter and brushed tops with more melted butter about two minutes before they were done. If not brown enough on top, turn on broiler for last minute or so.) Makes 10 biscuits.

 
 
7 UP Biscuits The Southern Lady Cooks
 
 

7-Up Biscuits using self-rising flour:

2 cups self-rising flour

1/2 cup sour cream

1/4 cup butter or margarine or 4 tablespoons, melted (I used real butter)

1/2 cup 7-up

Same instructions as above except you use the self-rising flour. Makes 10 biscuits.

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7 Up Biscuits

This recipe shows two great ways to make 7 up biscuits. You can make them with self rising flour or baking mix. Both turned out great!
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American, southern
Keyword: 7 Up Biscuits
Servings: 10 biscuits
Author: The Southern Lady Cooks

Ingredients

7-Up Biscuits using a baking mix:

  • 3 cups Bisquick or a baking mix like Jiffy
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1/4 cup butter or margarine or 4 tablespoons melted (I used real butter)
  • 1/2 cup 7-up

7-Up Biscuits using self-rising flour:

  • 2 cups self-rising flour
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1/4 cup butter or margarine or 4 tablespoons melted (I used real butter)
  • 1/2 cup 7-up

Instructions

  • Cut the sour cream into the baking mix until mixture resembles course crumbs.  Add the 7-up and mix with a spoon.  Pour the melted butter onto your baking sheet.(You will need a baking sheet with sides or a casserole disDrop biscuits or roll and cut out onto the butter.  Bake in preheated 425 degree oven for 12 to 15 minutes checking for doneness since ovens vary.  Note: I cut mine out with a biscuit cutter and brushed tops with more melted butter about two minutes before they were done. If not brown enough on top, turn on broiler for last minute or so.) Makes 10 biscuits.

7-Up Biscuits using self-rising flour instructions:

  • Same instructions as above except you use the self-rising flour. Makes 10 biscuits.

 
I love all biscuits and love experimenting and trying new biscuit recipes.  I will definitely make these again but will probably make the self-rising ones.  Just my personal choice.  Enjoy!
 
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