A delicious fluffy biscuit is all well for every meal, and if it’s homemade, it somehow tastes even better. Perhaps, even more, when only four ingredients and almost no effort in baking the biscuits. These 7-Up Biscuits are the kind of recipe that seems too good to be true, easy to prepare, and delicious thanks to several shortcuts, which create the perfect texture and taste for biscuits. They are home-cooked but not at all since they rely on a few shortcut-style ingredients for their bread. They are home-cooked. The first one is Bisquick, maybe the ultimate fast-fix kitchen.
When only four ingredients are concerned, it feels very effortless to bring home-made fresh biscuits daily onto the table, which does not make it worry about rolling or cutting or something fussy. They are super fast, and it just happens that they are super delicious too.
- 4 cups Bisquick
- 1 cup sour cream
- 1 cup 7-up
- 1/2 cup melted butter
- Mix the cream of Bisquick and 7. Mix it. The dough is going to be fluffy – don't think about Kneading and folding until your pastry mix coats it.
- Use a round biscuit/cookie cutter to make pat dough out and cut cookies. In the cookie sheet pan or a 9x13 dish, melt butter into the center. Put the biscuits on the melted butter and bake at 425 degrees for 12-15 minutes or until crispy.
- A combination of simple batter with 7-cup and sour cream allows someone to create this without any hassle and delays. With some aeration and sugar, the 7-up helps while the sour cream keeps things moist and offers a bit of a tang balance.
- Biscuits are delicious either alone or just with a pat of butter, or add your toppings. Serve with salty spreads, such as pimiento cheese and nut butter. Or go sweet with several jams and jellies or honey butter whipped over.