Famous 7-Up Biscuits – Ali’s Updated Version


The biscuits were made “famous” on Pinterest.  [Before you click on the next link, please know that my version is way better, and even a little more healthy.]  Now… if you’d like, you can see the original recipe here.   In my recipe, I substitute the sour cream for fat free plain greek yogurt.  You can also reduce the butter.  I did some with the melted butter and some completely without butter.  I actually preferred the ones without butter.  I made these with Martha’s Curried Carrot Soup – it was a delecious combination.

2 Cups Bisquick
1/2 cup Fat Free Plain Greek Yogurt (I promise you will never know the difference)
1/2 cup 7-UP (I used Sierra Mist)
3T melted butter (or none at all)

Cut Greek Yogurt into biscuit mix then add 7-Up/Sierra Mist/Sprite. It makes a very soft and sticky dough. Sprinkle additional biscuit mix on board or table and pat dough out.  You will probably need to add additional biscuit mix on the top of the dough as well as on your hands.  Do not knead the dough – just pat it out.  Melt butter in a 9 inch square pan.  If you don’t use the butter, be sure to grease your pan.  Cut 9 biscuits into circles. Place cut biscuits in pan and bake at 450 degrees for about 12 minutes or until golden brown. Keep on eye on them the last minutes of cooking.


Famous 7-Up Biscuits – Ali’s Updated Version

2 thoughts on “Famous 7-Up Biscuits – Ali’s Updated Version

  1. Stephanie Bonds says:

    Your biscuits look great and I’d love to make them but it doesn’t say how much yogurt to use. It only says 1/2 Fat Free Plain Greek Yogurt. Help?

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