7-Up Biscuits

March 10, 2024



7-Up Biscuits

These easy 7 Up biscuits WILL become a regular thing once you make them the first time. So much better than store bought canned biscuits and literally anyone can make them. Try them out and tell me what you think!
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 12 biscuits


  • 1 stick butter salted or unsalted
  • 5 cups Bisquick
  • 1.5 cups sour cream
  • 1 cup 7 up


  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  • Put butter in 9 x 13 cake pan. Place in oven as its preheating. Remove once butter is melted.
  • In a large bowl add 5 cups bisquick. Then add 1.5 cups sour cream.
  • I like to "cut" the sour cream in with a fork at this point.
  • Pour in 7 up and stir until a loose dough is formed.
  • Clean a flat surface and wash your hands.
  • Sprinkle some additional bisquick on surface and begin to knead dough.
  • Once dough comes together well, begin to flatten and you can use a rolling pin. Just don't get too thin. I try to get around 3/4".
  • Use a cookie cutter(around 3" diameter) to cut out biscuits. This step is very important. DO NOT twist when cutting out biscuits, go straight down. If you twist it will seal the edges and keep biscuits from rising as well as you would like.
  • Place in cake pan and make sure both sides have butter on them.
  • Place on top rack of oven for 15-18 min. Once tops are golden brown you are good to remove.
  • Brush a little additional melted butter on top and enjoy!



Several notes for this bc people always have questions...
  1. Any carbonated beverage will work.  Beer, Dr. Pepper, Diet 7up, or even club soda.  It doesn't matter as long as its carbonated.
  2. Any mix like Bisquick is fine,  bisquick is just usually most accessible.
  3. Cook on top rack in oven and it should help keep the bottoms from burning.  At least that's my experience.
  4. The pan you use makes a difference.  If I use a dark cake pan or cast iron they will almost always take 15-18 min.  If I use a lighter pan like my aluminum they will typically take 20-22 min.  Just keep an eye on them and when they are golden brown on top they are good to go!


  1. Joyce

    Can I use glass pan?

    • Matt Ramsey

      I worry about the temp shattering a glass pan!

      • Gayla

        I’ve never had a glass pan shatter because it’s cooked with at 450 degrees! They are made to withstand the heat if an oven! Please don’t spread bad information.

        • Matt Ramsey

          Not spreading bad info at all. Look it up, people are having issues with newer glassware over 450. I would rather people be safe than have a casserole dish explode on them.

  2. Clyde

    5 stars
    I will make these

    • Matt Ramsey

      Should be fine…

  3. Sass

    Using a carbonated beverage makes a huge difference. I use coca cola in my cakes and 7up in my pancakes.
    Didn’t think about biscuits. Great idea!

  4. Donna Meurer

    5 stars
    Sounds easy and temptingly delicious.
    Need to try them.

  5. Adrienne

    Can’t wait to try!!

  6. Sherry Oviatt

    5 stars
    Delicious! Thank you for sharing. I tried, I made and I ate. I will never buy store brand again and.

  7. Michelle jennings

    5 stars
    they look so delicious yummy food I live Kingston upon hull we don’t have them biscuits here in England well I’ve never seen or heard of anyone making them I’m going yo make them see how they turn out wish me luck with trying to get the ingredients needed for them I will have a look on amazon I’m hoping they have what I need to make them

    • Matt Ramsey

      Hope you can find them!

  8. Michelle jennings

    5 stars
    I’m hoping 🙏 I can get the ingredients needed in order to make these delicious biscuits what d I uou eat with them please ➕️ I’d love to make some corn bread too i follow quite a lot of cooking pages and generally they are all from America I love all the food that gets made

  9. Ellen

    I used to make these all the time but I lost the recipe. Thanks for sharing

  10. Jeanette Bosworth

    Thank you I love this


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