Garlic Cheese Biscuits

I have eaten at Red Lobster only a handful of times.      Each time I’ve been, I feel like their garlic cheese biscuits were the highlight of the meal.   Holy moly, they are good.    Well folks, I have found an EXACT dupe for their biscuits.   I promise they are every bit as good as Red Lobster’s.

They are so easy to make.   You can whip these up in a couple minutes.  

It doesn’t matter if I make 14 biscuits or 40, my family eats them all.  

I found this recipe in my “Fast Fixes with Mixes” cookbook by Taste of Home.  



You put the first four ingredients in a bowl and mix.   I always use extra garlic.   Smile 


Drop biscuits  by spoonfuls on a greased baking sheet and put them in your pre-heated oven.  


*Kitchen tip – I always line my baking pans with these foil sheets from Sam’s Club.  The non-stick spray I use can bake onto the pans and be quite difficult to remove.   This way, I throw the sheet away after baking and…VOILA my pan is still clean.  



The last two ingredients on the list are garlic powder and butter.   I like to use granulated garlic.   I think you get a better flavor punch with granulated garlic.  


Melt the butter and add the garlic.     Drizzle this mixture over the hot-from-the-oven biscuits. 



I served the biscuits with cheesy potato soup.  

They are the perfect compliment to a steamy bowl of soup or stew.  

Make sure you write this recipe down, because I promise…you will need it over and over.   Smile

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One Response to Garlic Cheese Biscuits

  1. The whole reason to go to Red Lobster are the Cheddar Bay Biscuits! So glad to find this recipe on your blog. Thank you!

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