Avid cook, jewelry maker, blogger and self proclaimed bread lover, Amber has fallen for Pinterest. Although she owns a collection of cookbooks, she also finds recipes to try out through Pinterest.
This recipe only needs 4 ingredients: Bisquick, sour cream, butter and one surprising ingredient 7-Up. Amber liked that it was easy, quick and had an unusual ingredient for biscuits. I’ve never heard of 7-up in bread before. Have you?
After the dough was mixed and pressed out onto a floured surface, she cut into 9 pieces
She poured melted butter into a 9″ square baking dish and put the cut dough on top. She had to squish the dough to make it fit and was worried it wouldnt cook evenly but it turned out fine.
After baking she added her own touch by brushing additional melted butter on the biscuits. Butter makes everything better. (Everything but my backside, but it’s ooh so yummy!) She doubled the recipe and made enough dough for 2 batches.
She was concerned about it cooking evenly because the dough was a tight fit in the pan but it all turned out well. Doesn’t it look like a plate of yummy, carb filled, buttery deliciousness?
Amber gives this pin 3 1/2 Pins. She would rate it 4 pins but her family didn’t taste much of a difference from other biscuit recipes she’s made. Amber describes these biscuits as dense and perfect for sandwiches. Sounds like a great way to use up some of that left over Easter ham!
When Amber isn’t cooking up yummy things in her family, you can find her blogging at Aunt Peg’s Recipe Box. This talented lady also creates beautiful jewelry that can be found at her Etsy shop here.
Thanks to Amber for sharing the great photos of her biscuits with us. The pin Amber used, linked her to Monster mama’s recipe for 7-Up biscuits.
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