Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Five Minute Biscuits



The odds of going to the store for a loaf of bread and coming out with only a loaf of bread are three billion to one. ~Erma Bombeck

As you all know, I never post recipes. There are ones out there who do it very well, and I leave it to them. BUT I just found an awesome one! I made it last week and it is delicious, and better than that, it takes about FIVE MINUTES!!! It is all over the web, and rightly so. So without further ado, I present to you:
                                                             7-Up Biscuits

                                                          2 cups Bisquick 
                                                      One half cup sour cream
                                                        One half cup 7-Up
                                                    One fourth cup melted butter

Mix the sour cream into the Bisquick with a fork, then stir in the 7-Up. It will make a really soft sticky dough. Pat it out on a floured counter or large plate and divide into biscuits. Pour the butter into a 9' square pan and arrange the biscuits on top of it. Bake at 450 for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden. Yum! This picture is from the web, we ate all ours before I got to snap one!



Jesus said, “I am the Bread of Life. The person who aligns with me hungers no more and thirsts no more, ever.
John 6

22 comments:

S. Etole said...

Those look delicious. Glad you posted the recipe.

Glenda said...

Sounds and looks delicious! I'm sure I couldn't eat just one!!

SweetMarie said...

I'm not much of a cook, but I love bread and this looks easy and delicious!

Betsy Adams said...

Those look delicious, Ginny. AND--since they are EASY--they should be a hit with all of us...Thanks for sharing.

Hugs,
Betsy

SquirrelQueen said...

Those look delicious. I'm making a note of the recipe so I can give them a try. Thanks for the recipe Ginny.

Anni said...

Oh yum....warm from the oven, with lots of REAL butter oozing with every bite!

Annmarie Pipa said...

oh yes He is the bread of life!
yummy recipe and oh such a funny and true quote!!!!

RoeH said...

A fourth of a cup of butter will make anything good. I gotta try this now.

Laurie said...

wow, looks amazing as does your header!

Sandra said...

i would love them since i am a bread addict... i have an easier and quicker biscuit that is to die for. called Make do biscuits, i got from a bloggers post on her grandmothers mae do foods.
1 cup self rising flour
1/2 cup whipping cream
stir, knead, roll and cut out and bake for 10 minutes. flaky and fluffy and delish. i don't roll mine, i just make a ball and flatten it. that way i don't have to wash the rollig pin

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I make biscuits all the time and have tried a lot of recipes, but I've never heard of this one!

Lady Jane said...

MMMMMMM looks good, a definite bread to make. Love the cardinal in the last post. Glad you guys are safe. We are melting here and I hope to see some daffadils sometime soon.

Tamago said...

I love the quote, it's so true!
The recipe sounds very easy and yummy! I never thought of adding 7-Up in biscuit before. How creative!

George said...

This is something we're going to have to try. Thanks for the heads up. The biscuit in the photo looks yummy.

The Café Sucré Farine said...

I think if I had a pan of these sitting in front of me, I would have to keep reminding myself "Man does not live on bread alone ....." :)

Ann said...

I love a good biscuit, fresh out of the oven and covered in butter. These look very good

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Oh, these do look quick and easy! Love those kind of recipes. Thanks for sharing!

Chatty Crone said...

Those do look quick and easy and delicious. 7 up and sour cream - never heard of that mixture. Thanks for the recipe.

sandie

LV said...

I have never had any luck making biscuits. I probably mess this one up as well. Sounds great tho.

Dee said...

They sound great and look good ....along with being easy I think I can do this recipe. I love biscuits.

Mary said...

You go girl! These sound terrific. Have a great day, Ginny. Blessings...Mary

LC said...

Yum indeed!