What better way to round out a meal than with a delicious cheese garlic biscuit on the side? Or, just as well, what better than a meal of cheese garlic biscuits … and only cheese garlic biscuits? It’s Okay, I’m raising my hand, too, this is a safe zone – no judgement here!😂
Garlic biscuits are one of my favorite things to whip together to round out a meal. (Try them with Bronner’s Chicken Divan recipe!) They are so incredibly simple to make, require just a few staple ingredients that I always have on hand, come together quite quickly and my family L❤️VES them!
Actually, pretty much every one loves cheesy garlic biscuits, right?!
I have a long-standing, annual tradition with friends. It’s called our souper lunch. Every year my friend makes the most incredible soups, and every year I bring the same cheesy garlic biscuits. If you could see how excited the family gets when those cheese garlic biscuits come through the door! I can’t help but wonder if they are more excited to see me or my biscuits, haha! It’s actually a pretty rewarding feeling! I’ve had to start making larger batches!
Bronner’s recipe comes from our 2nd edition of “Flavorful Favorites” and we’ve included an extra-flavorful variation here if you, like me, can’t have enough butter, cheese and garlicky goodness!
CHEESE GARLIC BISCUITS
Makes 9-12 biscuits
– 2 cups original Bisquick™
– 2/3 cup milk
– ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
– 2 Tbl. butter, melted
– 1/8 tsp. garlic powder
1. Heat oven to 450°.
2. Stir Bisquick™, milk and cheese until soft dough forms.
3. Drop dough onto ungreased cookie sheet.
4. Bake 8-10 minutes or until golden brown.
5. Mix butter and garlic powder; brush over biscuits fresh from the oven.
*submitted by Dianna Murray
RECIPE VARIATION: Cut about 3 Tbl. of cold butter into Bisquick™ using a fork. (Butter chunks should be about the size of a pea.) Add an additional ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese to the recipe above (for a total of 1 heaping cup of cheese.) To the topping, add fresh, chopped parsley for a splash of herby, green goodness. (You can also used dried parsley, but fresh herbs are my favorite!)
Is your mouth watering yet?!