So last week I made some garlic knots which was tons of fun. I figured I might as well get all the baked goods out of the way, so today we’ll be making some cheddar bay biscuits. You know, the mind-boggling delicious ones at Red Lobster? Which on top of being yummy are also complimentary!
But if you’re wanting to enjoy these at home, this is the recipe for you. It’s pretty easy, still no yeast needed, so I guess you could call it a cheat. There’s lots of cheddar cheese and some Old Bay seasoning to top some garlicky goodness.
Best of all, it needs just a few simple ingredients and doesn’t take too much time at all. So let’s start!
We begin by mixing some Bisquick with some cold butter using your hands or a fork. I used my hands and ended up cutting the butter up into little cubes and squishing them into the dough with my fingers. You should end up with a course flour mix after.
Then we add some milk, cheese, garlic powder and some Old Bay seasoning. Lots of flavor! I used my hands at first to mix it but quickly regretted this decision. It stuck to my fingers so bad. I’m positive I wasted about 1/8 a biscuit on my hands! So I quickly switched to a spoon and that worked out fine.
Mix, mix, mix and then spoon about roughly 1/4 a cup of the mixture onto a cookie sheet. I ended up with 12 of them. Space them far apart from each other because they will expand when baked. Baking should take between 10-13 minutes but it may vary with your oven. So just keep an eye on them around the 10 minute mark and keep at it until they are a light golden brown.
Once they’re out of the oven, brush on the melted butter mixture and that’s it. So easy. So simple. So delicious.
Let it sit for awhile to cool down and firm up. They’ll be a little squishy coming fresh out of the oven.
Eat slow, be sure to chew. I know how delicious they can be but don’t be like me. I practically inhaled one. And don’t forget to have fun eating them!Print
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