7-Up Biscuits are light, fluffy and absolutely delicious! These biscuits only require four ingredients and will become your favorite to eat for breakfast or brunch!
I haven’t had much luck in the biscuit making department. Every attempt I’ve tried, they always turn out too dry and not very tasty. When I saw this 7-Up Biscuit recipe, I was a little hesitant to try it, but with how good they looked and all the rave reviews, I felt I had to.
The results were a huge success! Fluffy, light and totally delicious! The flavor was so good. The kids and I ate ours with jam and butter, and I made Kale one with bacon, egg and cheese. He loved it!
With only 4 ingredients and how simple they were to make, this will be my go-to biscuit recipe from now on!
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- 2 cups Bisquick
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1/2 cup 7-Up soda room temperature
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- Pour the Bisquick into a large bowl. Add in sour cream. Mix together. Pour in 7-Up soda and stir until combined. The dough will be very soft.
- Sprinkle another 1/2 cup of Bisquick onto a clean counter-top and gently pat dough out to desired thickness (about 1 inch)
- Use a circle biscuit cutter and cut out biscuits. (You should get 9 total) Pour melted butter into a 9x9 pan. Place the biscuits into the pan, on top of the butter. Bake in a 450 degree preheated oven for 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown. Serve!
19 thoughts on “7-Up Biscuits”
I love how simple these are to make! Must try!
I have made these before, thank you pinterest! I used sprite zero, and they came out awesome! They are so easy.
These look fantastic! Thanks for sharing Holly 🙂
I have had these before and they really are fantastic!
Oh yummy… these look heavenly! I love the idea of a breakfast sandwich with them. How was Vegas?
Holly – this recipe has me grinning from ear to ear. That is SO cool! I am printing them now to make soon. Love it!
I too have made these and they are yummy.
My family often referred to my biscuits as “black n serve”, but no more
I saw these on Pinterest and have yet to make them. You have convinced me. They look fantastic!
What a great way to use 7-Up!
I’ve heard of 7 up cake, but never 7 up biscuits. How cool!
Biscuits with 7 up? You have me inspired to try my own now:-)
I used Coke and it turned out wonderfully!! Loved this recipe..so easy!
They look great! Will try them soon. How many calories?
Can you make these with gluten free flour? My husband has celiac’s disease but I would love to try these…
I made these yesterday and they were the best biscuits ever. Moist, buttery on the bottom half, great flavor. I have never been successful at making biscuits so this will definitely be my go-to recipe. Thanks so much.
Great results even though I made do with what I had. Diet cherry 7up and milk mixed with lemon juice instead of the sour cream. The amounts were off a little because of this, but I balanced them out. The only other things I will do the next time is flip the biscuits after I put them in the pan, in order to give a better look to the tops when they come out. Thanks for a great recipe!
Can sprite be used instead of 7-up as i always have sprite on hand?
Yes, for sure!