Yes, you read that right. ‘7-up biscuits’.
I know. I know. I thought it was weird when I first heard about them, too, but the reviews on Pinterest intrigued me and I knew it was something I had to try.
Of course, once again, I encountered… issues.
Why in the world do people pin these FANTASTIC looking recipes from sites that ONLY allow you to post pictures? Its a tease! Its wrong! Its oh-so-very wrong. Food -pardon the expression- is my *ahem* porn. I LOVE watching the Foodnetwork the way some people watch XXX videos.
I’m one of those people that actually DOES read the magazines for the articles.
The food magazines. Not those other ones.
Anyways, all that to say that I hate when I see a tasty looking recipe and there’s nothing else. Not that it deters me, but it just causes more work for me before I can devour something yummy.
So, I looked online, and -wouldn’t ya know it?- this is actually a really well known thing! I tried it out, and now I’m hooked. I would eat them with gravy. I would eat them with butter and honey. I would eat them by themselves.
I would eat them in a box.
I would eat them with a fox.
Sorry. Dr. Suess moment.
So, for all you food porn junkies, here’s a pic AND the “article”, if you will. Enjoy, and you’re welcome.
7 UP (or Sierra Mist) Biscuits
4 cups Bisquick
1 cup sour cream
1 cup 7-up
1/2 cup melted butter
Cut sour cream into biscuit mix. I used my stand mixer, but you can use a fork. You just want to keep the sour cream from scooting around the bowl instead of mixing in.
When its mixed in, it will look kinda crumbly. Add 7-Up. This will bring it all together and make a very soft dough.
Sprinkle additional biscuit mix on board or table and pat dough out.
Pour melted butter into a 9 x 13 inch pan. Place biscuit dough in the pan, pressing down SOFTLY a little more (it helps to sprinkle a little Bisquick on top to keep the dough from sticking to your fingers). It won’t fill the pan completely but that’s ok. It will spread out as it bakes.
And, because I’m not healthy in the LEAST, I basted the whole thing with melted butter. Yes, I did.
Bake at 450 degrees until golden brown. (about 12-13 minutes)
Now, go. Flee to your kitchen and make a batch. Or two. Or 10. They’re so easy that the only problem you’ll encounter is you’ll eat them all in one sitting. I promise. I couldn’t even wait to take the picture before tearing into them- hence, the missing square. Actually, these would make a GREAT delivery system for all that leftover turkey you have from Thanksgiving. Maybe later I’ll post a recipe for sausage gravy to go with these. In the meantime, go get a check up from your doctor to ensure you won’t die from all the amazing pork fat.
Oh, and if you try these and you love them, PIN ME! Yes, I’m a little bit narcissistic. Just think of it as you saving the world from pointless pictures of food that go nowhere.