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October 24th 2007
archived under: Baked Goods, Recipes

I’ve been told that this could be considered a copycat recipe for Red Lobster’s cheese biscuits… I’ve only had those once, and they were really good. But I’ve had these many, MANY times… and they just get better and better.


I’ve made these a million times… and despite the fact that I love to make regular biscuits from scratch, these really work best with Jiffy mix or Bisquick. So that’s the main reason I keep biscuit mix around.

These have got to be one of the guy’s favorite things… his eyes get huge every time I make them, and whenever we have cheese biscuits somewhere else, he gobbles them up and licks his lips, then says, “Yours are better.”

I based my recipe off of this one from Allrecipes, but added/changed some things. First, I usually double the cheese. Even a cup and a half is an improvement, but two cups is better. I don’t measure the garlic, but I am sure I use more than they say to.

Then, when it says to brush with butter and sprinkle with garlic salt and parsley, I mix the garlic salt and Italian herbs (instead of parsley) in with the butter, and just brush it. No sprinkling. And again, I probably use more of all of this than they say to.

And when they’re done baking, I brush more butter/herb mixture on them for good measure. It’s delicious.





Jane (1 comments)

Good Morning,
I just discovered your recipe and your blog. Boy…do the online versions ever differ! Some use cold butter, some steep fresh chopped garlic in the melted butter for a time; some use buttermilk; many use garlic *salt* which is really not necessary; some double the garlic and the parsley and some use Italian seasonings.
I am having a luncheon today and I will use this recipe. Thanks and happy cooking!
Jane in the Northern Rockies




Alice Crawford (2 comments)

I’ve made these and did most of what the recipe calls for, adding here and there. Because I ran out into a cold rain to buy Bisquick, only to find that it’s also called a pancake mix, I now wonder why I couldn’t have used what I already had which is Aldi’s brand which I already have and which I like? Next time I’m going to try something other than Bisquick.




Nita Brown (1 comments)

These are soooo good!




marialana (2 comments)

my kids love red lobster for their biscuits THANK YOU!!!!you just saved me and my husband about 150$ they dont care what i serve them with so i'll buy my own fish or shrimp make a salad and these wonderful biscuits……………THANK YOU if you have any other great reciepes please share i love simple cooking im disabild now at 40 and i have to stay at home all the time i love easy stuff that tastes great




marialana (2 comments)

my kids love red lobster for their biscuits THANK YOU!!!!you just saved me and my husband about 150$ they dont care what i serve them with so i'll buy my own fish or shrimp make a salad and these wonderful biscuits……………THANK YOU if you have any other great reciepes please share i love simple cooking im disabild now at 40 and i have to stay at home all the time i love easy stuff that tastes great




cynthia craft bailey (1 comments)

love to learn how to make them.




Roman (3 comments)

Red Lobster is one of my favorite restaurants, although I haven't eaten there in a long time. However, a friend of mine recently gave me a coupon and told me that the restaurant has just added 3 new Mediterranean flavored dishes to their already mouthwatering menu.




Starbuck / Matt (61 comments)

My mom and I just made these, fantastic. Definitely go for the yellow cheddar, I used sharp white and while good, it wasn't a clone of the Red Lobster variant.

I think we ate 4 to 5 each with the seared salmon.




Shaky (8 comments)

I just made these and YUMMMM YUMMM YUMM!!! I got a 10+ from my husband :) Thank you!




yayanana (122 comments)

You keep raising the bar for me!






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