7 Up Biscuits…


Okay, yes, I’ve become addicted to Pinterest….  shesh, if you are a crafty, DIYer, visual person, you just gotta get on and pin away!  I love it…  it’s sort of like pre-chew internet surfing based on your likes….  if you stick with it a while, it really starts to get good at serving you up stuff that you just adore!  Of course, lots I’ll never do but it’s kind of neat to look through your boards and give something a try.   Been trying to do at least a thing or two a week, give it a whirl.

Well, we found these and boy oh boy, we love them!

7-up Biscuits!   

4 cups Bisquick

1 cup sour cream

1 cup 7-up

1/2 cup melted butter


Mix Bisquick, sour cream and 7 up together…  Melt butter in pan, and put shaped biscuits in, then. Bake at 425 until golden!

Pretty darn easy and tasty too!  We halved the recipe and it was perfect for dinner with a few left for breakfast in the morning.  


 We did try them with Pepsi and well, I don’t recommend that.  Haha…. But Mountain Dew works good as well as Sprite.  And don’t use flat pop.  They don’t work as well.  Overall, we give this pin a thumbs up!!!


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the banjo player for Deepwater Bluegrass, and the editor of BuckeyeBluegrass.com as well as the main graphic designer of the Westvon Publishing empire. She is a renaissance woman of many talents and has two lovely daughters and a rehab mobile home homestead to raise.


7 Up Biscuits… — 2 Comments

  1. Hi Sherri, trying to figure out what the 7-Up is for. Isn’t there some kind of leavening in the bisquick? Does the soda add a sweet taste to the biscuits?

  2. I guess so! You’re right, it’s not for leavening…. it’s for moisture and sweetness. It’s one of those recipes that you wonder… how the HECK did they come up with it… but it makes a super good biscuit. The sour cream sort of cuts the sweetness I suppose. They aren’t like SUPER sweet… we make them often with a half recipe… half a cup of pop is like 8 ounces, I believe… or maybe less… the sour cream just makes them delicious! It’s just an odd mix that works. And putting the butter to melt in the bottom of the pan, and then adding the biscuit dough… they get this nice buttery crunchy bottom… The photo batch I used a bit too small of a pan, so they all bunched together, but they still came out great. We’ve made them with more space between them and they are more like drop biscuits.