7-Up Biscuits

These are just genius. The only roll I've ever made is a Pillsbury crescent roll.  I did struggle a bit with some of the instructions...what else is new...but in turn I found an even easier way to make these.  Thanks to Plain Chicken for the recipe!

7-Up Biscuits
Serves: 11-12 Biscuits
Cook time according to Plain Chicken: Didn't say
Cook time according to Rachel: 35 minutes  (there were some problems)
How hard was this for Rachel? Follow MY instructions & it will be easy

2 cups Bisquick
1/2 cup light sour cream
1/2 cup 7-Up
Pam (note butter is pictured. Skipped the butter and went with olive oil Pam)


Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

In mixing bowl, combine bisquick & sour cream. Mix thoroughly then stir in 7-Up. Dough will be very soft.


Now recipe calls for laying dough out and using a biscuit cutter to cut the dough. I don't have a biscuit cutter and it was recommended if you don't have one to use a glass. OK that didn't work either. I decided to use a muffin tin and after spraying with pam, scooped the dough into the tin as pictured above. However, I only had enough dough to make 11. WHATEVER. 

Bake 12 minutes or until golden brown. Mine look slightly like muffins thanks to the tin, but they taste the same! ENJOY!


  1. Excited for this since it seems so simple! Any particular reason 7-Up is better than another brand of clear soda? (And I assume the Pam is for spraying the muffin tin?)

  2. I'm sure other clear sodas would work...but I would stick to those that have the lemon flavor. and YES pam is for the tin! Thanks for catching that...I cleared it up in the directions.

  3. Made the biscuits today as directed, with 1 minor change. I used Sprite instead of 7-up. They were great, will be making them often. As my significant other could not keep his hands off them.

    1. So glad you enjoyed!! Good to know Sprite works just as well!