Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits

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I finally made these Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits after my friend Shannon kept reminding me how yummy they were . . . and of course they're even a little more delicious because the Bisquick is such a good price this week at my favorite grocery store!  On Monday night I hurriedly mixed these yummy biscuits up, and they were so simple, used only five ingredients (which were all in our pantry), and tasted just delicious. (My kids declared them better than Red Lobster!)


You can easily double the batch, and freeze them after they've baked . . . then just warm them up on a busy weeknight. If you don't have any Bisquick in your cupboards, print this $.50/1 Bisquick coupon to help you pinch those pennies further while you shop!  If you enjoy baking homemade biscuits, you'll also want to try out these Simple Seven Up Biscuits.

Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits

Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits


  • 2 cups Bisquick
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup melted butter or margarine
  • 1/4 tsp garlic salt


  1. Preheat oven to 450.
  2. Mix together first three ingredients.
  3. Beat well for 30 seconds.
  4. Drop onto ungreased baking sheet (mine made 12 biscuits.)
  5. Bake at 450 for 8-10 minutes.
  6. Mix together melted butter and garlic salt.
  7. Brush butter mixture on biscuits while still warm.


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  1. These are awesome Laurie! Thanks for sharing.

  2. I can not change the zip code. I go under local change zip code and click apply …go back to coupons…then I go back to local and the zip did not change. What do I do?

  3. I want to make these again.

  4. Carol Blumenthal says

    Theses are wonderful.

  5. I don’t have bisquick…can I substitute flour for the bisquick?

    • You should be able to do a google search for a substitute for bisquik? I think you’ll need flour and a few other ingredients but I’m not at my computer now to search for one. Hope that helps!

  6. I worked for Red Lobster and we always used water, not milk in the biscuits.

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