Garlic Cheese Biscuits

Total Time:
18 min
8 min
10 min

12 small biscuits


Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Combine the biscuit mix and cheese in a small bowl. Add the water and stir just until combined. The dough will be slightly moist. Drop the dough by tablespoonfuls onto the prepared baking sheet. Bake for about 10 minutes, until the biscuits are firm and beginning to brown.

While the biscuits are baking, make the garlic butter. In a small bowl, combine the butter, garlic powder, salt, and parsley flakes. Mix well. As soon as you bring the biscuits from the oven, brush them with the garlic butter using a pastry brush.

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    I'm only 11 years old and made this for a project for my Family & Consumer Sciences class. These are outstanding! They are absolutely delicious and are so easy to make! It actually takes a little more than 10 minutes if you add extra water to make it melt in your mouth, but that's just what I did. I've never made biscuits. Muffins, cupcakes, cakes, sure! But biscuits? Never. These are a great choice to try, I guarantee you won't regret it.
    I love Paula Deen! Bounce back girl!! Your Garlic Cheese Biscuits that we made turned out excellent! My husband made them and he said really easy to make for our busy lives! They were reminiscent of the Red Lobster biscuits! Very good! Thanks Paula!
    I used Bisquick, Buttermilk, added a few tablespoons of cold butter to the dry mix, extra cheese. Mine took a little longer in the oven. You will like these! So easy, I know Butter, Butter, but worth it.
    very good!!!
    Loved it! I used water instead of milk and used fresh pressed garlic and it wasn't over powering I will be making this again!
    I used Bisquick and added a couple of dashes of garlic powder and salt to the flour, then mixed together with the other ingredients. Used milk instead of water. Love the butter mixture on top. These are very quick and very easy. I've made them a couple of times now and usually just throw them together just a few minutes before the rest of the meal is ready, they're that easy.
    So easy! Delicious and simple - I highly recommend this recipe.
    Wow!, no double Wow! No make that triple Wow! Like many others I used Milk in place of the Water and added a tad of Garlic Powder to the Biscuit Mix.
    Since there are only my wife and I, I only made half a recipe just for a snack. I think we will be snacking on these a lot.

    That's about it from down here in LA (Lower Alabama that is
    I used bisquick. Super easy to make and flavorful.
    Add a 1/4 cup of butter, chopped into small cold chunks. Use a fork or pastry cutter to mince the butter into the biscuit mix. Then add the cheddar, dash of garlic powder and the milk to the batter. Even more like red lobsters - moister inside. For those of you asking for the biscuit mix recipe... I just assumed she meant store bought biscuit mix. I used Bisquick. If you want to make your own biscuit mix, see Alton Brown's recipe and add the cheddar and garlic to that one.
    We love these biscuits. Great to make. Great to eat. We love you Paula.
    Just watched her make these on TV and she used milk instead of water. I will try the recipe, but think I will use milk for a better texture. They do sound good.
    They taste like the RED LOBSTER biscuits which I love. Easy & delicious! Just wish the texture was a little softer.
    These came out great. I use Old Mill of Gilford Stove Ground Southern Style Biscuit Mix, I know a mouthful. I love there products, the grits are amazing. Anyway, being a garlic freak, I added 1/4 tsp to the dough and in the butter, delicious. I love the previous idea about using bacon, that sounds really good.
    Quick,easy and taste great!
    Really liked these biscuits. I cheated and used the bisquick mix and added garlic & cheese but they turned out awesome. I also leave out the garlic & add bacon which taste awesome as well.
    They're OK, but nothing to write home about. After reading the reviews I was expecting something that closely resembled the biscuits from that famous seafood restaurant. Unfortunately, that did not happen. The garlic definitely needs to be upped, the texture was so-so. Since no biscuit mix recipe is mentioned, I looked at some of the other biscuit recipes Paula has on this site, and I used the Bisquick, as she recommends. Maybe with some modifications this can be what's it's all cracked up to be. I'll try again.
    I used buttermilk instead of water, and I've used both shredded "Mexican" (cheddar and monterey jack and mozzarella cheese...both were excellent. But when I added cayenne pepper, they really popped! I added a little red pepper to the garlic butter, family LOVES these biscuits!!
    It was really good! :
    I used bisquick!! YUM!!!
    can anyone find the biscuit mix recipe?
    I am dying to try these biscuits but can't seem to find the biscuit mix recipe. Can anyone help me? Thanks.
    I used real garlic cloves 4 minced in a garlic press and then added to the butter itself. Let set about four hrs. This makes a big difference in flavor.  
    This works great for garlic bread also. Top with parmason cheese. It's almost too good!
    As another reviewer said, these are essentially the same as Red Lobster's cheddar biscuits. For a kick substitute some beer for the water, a nice malty lager would do nicely.
    Love this. Goes great with pasta's. Very easy and fast to make. I always have these ingredients on hand so that's a huge plus.
    These are a quick & easy addition to any meal. Served with chili in place of cornbread this evening. Made exactly as written... used Lawry's garlic salt which has parsley in it already. Everything on hand...right out of the pantry & fridge and in a pinch to boot! A definite keeper!
    These taste and look exactly like the biscuits at Red Lobster!! I LOVE THEM! THANKS PAULA DEEN!
    easy super tasty and spice it up a little with some jalapenos Amazing
    These were wonderful!!! After reading some reviews, I tripled the recipe to make larger biscuits. Some of the things I did extra like others had mention were adding 1/2 cup extra cheese, used milk and not water, and adding a little parsley and garlic powder to the biscuit mix. Also, for the garlic butter I used 2 sticks of unsalted butter, 1 teaspoon each of garlic powder and salt, and 1/2 teaspoon parsley. All this really depends on your own taste. The last thing I did that others had mention was once the biscuit were done, I brushed the garlic butter on them and then put them back in the oven for a bit to made crispy. These are really super easy to made and very yummy.
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