Beyond Biscuit Basics to . . . 7-Up Sour Cream Biscuits


   I have seen this recipe on Pinterest and was intrigued. Finally got around to trying it and the biscuits are light, fluffy and yummy! I did use our homemade biscuit mix rather than a commercial product.
     Although the melted butter took these biscuits over the top, I’m thinking I might omit (or at least reduce the amount used) when making these for everyday fare. This butter-added version was the bread portion of our Mother’s Day menu.

7-Up Sour Cream Biscuits
4 cups homemade biscuit mix (or use Bisquick®)
1 cup sour cream (I used light sour cream)
1 cup 7-Up
½ cup melted butter
  1. Preheat oven to 425°.
  2. Mix baking mix , sour cream and 7-Up. Dough will be soft and a little moist.

  3. Add a little extra baking mix to marble slab (counter or cutting board). Dump out dough and lightly knead dough just until it holds together.
  4. Pat dough out and cut biscuits using a round biscuit cutter.
  5. Melt butter and pour most of it into a 9x13-inch cake pan or baking dish.
  6. Place biscuits on top of melted butter and use remaining butter to brush top of biscuits. Bake for 15 to 20+ minutes or until brown.
    Ready to go into the oven (above) and ready to eat (below).


    Mother’s Day Menu:
    Tossed Salad with Celery Seed Dressing
    7-Up Sour Cream Biscuits w/ Crabapple Jelly
Recipe without photos . . . 

7-Up Sour Cream Biscuits
4 cups homemade biscuit mix (or use Bisquick®)
1 cup sour cream (I used light sour cream)
1 cup 7-Up
½ cup melted butter
  1. Preheat oven to 425°.
  2. Mix baking mix , sour cream and 7-Up. Dough will be soft and a little moist
  3. Add a little extra baking mix to marble slab (counter or cutting board). Dump out dough and lightly knead dough just until it holds together.
  4. Pat dough out and cut biscuits using a round biscuit cutter.
  5. Melt butter and pour most of it into a 9x13-inch cake pan or baking dish.
  6. Place biscuits on top of melted butter and use remaining butter to brush top of biscuits. Bake for 15 to 20+ minutes or until brown.

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