7-Up Biscuits

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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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7-Up Biscuits
 
Ingredients
  • 2 cups Bisquick
  • ½ cup sour cream
  • ½ cup 7-Up soda (room temperature)
  • ¼ cup melted butter
Instructions
  1. 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.
  2. Sprinkle another ½ cup of Bisquick onto a clean counter-top and gently pat dough out to desired thickness (about 1 inch)
  3. 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!

 

 
 

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17 thoughts on “7-Up Biscuits

  1. 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.

  2. 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!

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