7 Up Biscuits!

This 7 Up biscuits recipe has to be one of the quickest and easiest biscuit recipes you'll ever make! Just four ingredients, and chances are you already have the ingredients in your refrigerator and pantry already. You could probably use any lemon-lime type soda if you don't already have 7-UP. It's the bubbles that make this biscuit recipe so light and fluffy.

When you first mix everything up for this recipe, you will notice that the dough is extremely sticky. This will get taken care of when you add the extra Bisquick to your surface for the patting out of the biscuits. You will want to add just enough flour to the dough to make it smooth and pliable. You can also double the recipe to use in a 9 by 14 baking pan, plus another four biscuits in a separate pan. These biscuits are great to serve with most any meal. You could serve them with a main dish recipe, or even have them for a snack, they are so delicious, you'll want to have more than one!

The ingredients you will need for this biscuit recipe include Bisquick, 7UP, sour cream, and some melted butter. To start combine the sour cream and the biscuit mix. Then add the 7-Up to make a very soft dough. Then sprinkle in the additional biscuit mix on a cutting board or table and roll the biscuit dough out. Cut the dough into circles with a biscuit cutter or a drinking glass if you donít have a biscuit cutter. Then melt some butter in a 9 inch square pan. Dip each biscuit into butter and turn over, so that both sides have some of the butter on them. Place the cut biscuits in a baking pan and bake at 450 degrees Fahrenheit until golden brown for approximately 15 minutes.

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