These popular cheese and garlic biscuits are perfectly easy to make and delicious to eat. Use Bisquick or your favorite baking mix (or make your own) and freshly grated cheddar cheese for best results.
2 cups Bisquick baking mix 2/3 cup milk 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded 1/4 cup margarine or butter, melted 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
Mix baking mix, milk and cheese until soft dough forms; beat vigorously for 30 seconds. Drop dough by spoonfuls onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. Mix margarine and garlic powder; brush over warm biscuits before removing from cookie sheet. Serve warm.
Substitute several cloves of chopped garlic for the garlic powder and let stand in melted butter while preparing biscuits.
I made individual dishes for my husband and I and I used 1 Tblsp of the white wine and put garlic salt and garlic powder in the butter mixture. Then sprinkled the shrimp with the ranch powder and it turned out just like red lobsters. My husband stated it was even better than red lobsters. -LYNDA FROM PA
I was unable to find white cheddar cheese so I used mozzarella. While they were cooking in the oven it smelled just like I was at Red Lobster! Well they turned out AMAZING! Thanks for helping me create my favorite appetizer from Red Lobster! -DEANNA
My husband loves the shrimp pasta at red lobster! I made this for him tonight before he got home and he thought I brought red lobster home for him! He was surprised when I told him I had made it. -BORRELLI
ratings & reviews
Jan 12, 2014
I make these almost once a week now. They are super easy to whip up and the whole family likes the biscuits. They go with a lot of different dishes too so it's just an easy side bread to serve. My daughter likes to make little sandwiches with the biscuits cutin halves.
Jan 10, 2014
I love this recipe. I've made these biscuits numerous times and they are always good. To me they are better than RL's. They are very easy to make and they make good leftovers too. They're not exactly like RL biscuits but they are similar to them and delicious.
Dec 12, 2013
Very good and close to RL. I add some chopped parsley to the mix.
Nov 20, 2013
If these don't turn out for you, your Bisquick mix is bad. It has a limited shelf life. Beyond that, these are foolproof. I always use whole milk. Great excuse to heat up the oven on a cold day!
Nov 17, 2013
very good and yummy! It is very similar to the red lobster biscuits and I couldn't stop eating them! :)
Nov 4, 2013
I'm with everyone else, these are just like RL! The only thing I didn't do was "beat vigorously", I just mixed it until fully mixed. I was afraid that overbeating it would make the biscuits too dense. I used real butter not margarine and fresh garlic as recommended (simmered it in the butter over very low heat before basting the biscuits). Super easy to make too and goes with any meal. Has anyone tried freezing these? I'm wondering how to best reheat them (I think they'll freeze fine just not sure how to reheat). Would I brush the butter on after reheating?
Oct 10, 2013
These are exactly like Red Lobster's biscuits. We love these!
Jul 30, 2013
These are exactly like Red Lobster. If they don't turn out for you to be just like RL, then it's your problem not the recipe. I have made these three times now and they turn out each time and taste just like RL.
Jul 9, 2013
This was a GOD-AWFUL RECIPE!! 1.) the biscuits tasted nothing like the red lobster biscuits. They didn't have the flavor or fluffy texture that red lobster biscuits had. It was a crying shame I was forced to waste my time making these monstrosities. I had leftovers and they ended up in the garbage. 2.) I've tasted way better biscuits.
Jul 1, 2013
These are exactly like Red Lobster - exactly! They are my favorite! Honestly, it's the only thing I like at Red Lobster so now I can make them at home instead of going and battling the crowds.
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