Soft, buttery and perfect in every way, these 7 Up Biscuits made with Bisquick are just the thing that has been missing in your life. Baked in a pool of butter, these biscuits only have 3 other ingredients and are absolutely delicious. I’ve found my new go-to Biscuit Recipe!
The Perfect Biscuit Recipe
Last year, we published a recipe for our Quick and Easy Drop Biscuits. As a recipe website that focuses on Comfort Food, we feel that we should definitely a couple of really yummy bread and biscuit recipes. Having the right grain with your meal can really elevate to the next level. Whether it is for a sandwich, to dip in a soup or to sop up some juices on your plate, a good biscuit or roll is something that cannot be overlooked.
This is why, when I first tried these 7 Up Biscuits, I was so excited. How had I never had these before? It was life changing! I’ve found my new favorite biscuit recipe. And, they couldn’t be easier to make!
7 Up Biscuit Recipe
We love using Bisquick for quick and easy comfort food recipes. We’ve used to for tons here on Bubba Pie. Some of our favorites are our Bisquick Chicken Fingers Recipe, Easy Bisquick Apple Cobbler and even some of our casseroles like this Impossible Cheeseburger Pie and this John Wayne Casserole.
And when you use Bisquick, it just makes everything else so easy. For this 7 Up Biscuit recipe, you will only need 3 other things! And you probably already have them in your kitchen!
- Sour Cream
- 7 UP (or other lemon-lime soda)
I think that one of my favorite parts of this recipe is that you put the biscuits in the baking dish in a pool of melted butter. So, when they finish baking, the whole bottom of the bisquick has a crispy, buttery taste that I can’t even fully describe. They are amazing!
7 Up Biscuits: Notes, Tips and Variations
- Be Gentle!- Be careful when folding the ingredients together. Mix them just enough so that all the bisquick is in contact with the Sour Cream and the 7 Up.
- Too Sticky?- Is the dough too sticky and hard to work with? Well, it is supposed to be very soft and sticky. Not like regular dough you may be expecting. So don’t panic. But don’t be afraid to use a little extra bisquick on your hands or on the counter to help out.
- Does The 7 Up Make It Too Sweet?- I was wondering this as well. The answer is NO. I wouldn’t call this a “sweet” bread at all.
- Can I Make These Healthier?- You can try subbing out Low-Fat Sour Cream or even Greek Yogurt for the regular Sour Cream. I haven’t tried these with a diet soda, so I’m not sure what the result would be.
- Do I Have To Use 7 Up?- Any Lemon-Lime Soda will work, including Sprite. I’ve also heard that these are good when they are made with Ginger Ale. So go for it if that sounds good!
- How To Know When They Are Done- Your 7 Up Biscuits are done when they are golden brown on top.
- Serve Warm- I discovered that these biscuits are absolutely better when served warm, especially right out of the oven. But you can microwave the too.
- How Long Will These Biscuits Last?- About 1-2 days at room temperature in an air tight container, about 1 week in the fridge.
I hope you enjoy this recipe for 7 Up Biscuits. I love to put a little extra butter on these with some strawberry jam. It’s sweet, salty and buttery and my taste buds jump for joy! I’m definitely gonna make these for Thanksgiving this year and wow my family. I probably won’t even tell them that there is 7 Up in there until after they are floored with this recipe!
Please let me know how they turn out for you in the comment. Thanks for reading!
7 Up Biscuits
- 2.5 Cups Bisquick
- 1/2 Cup Sour Cream
- 1/2 Cup 7 Up or other Lemon-Lime Soda
- 1/4 Cup Butter
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Melt 1/4 cup butter in a small dish.
Pour 2 Cups of Bisquick in a medium sized bowl and add the sour cream.
Then add the 1/2 Cup of 7 Up.
Gently fold together. Be careful not to overmix.
Pour 1/4 cup of Bisquick on the counter or cutting board. Dump the batter on top of it.
Pour the last 1/4 cup of Bisquick on top of the Bisquick mixture. Gently work it into the mixture. Gently flatten it out to be about 1 inch thick. Cut the mixture into biscuit sized circles using a cooking cutter, glass rim, etc.
Pour 1/4 cup of melted butter into the bottom of a 9X9 pan. Add the biscuits to the pan.
Bake at 425 for 12-14 minutes, or until Biscuits are golden brown on top.