This recipe is technically a copycat of Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuit! Soft, buttery, salty and cheesy… it is the perfect compliment to dinner! Don’t miss my Easy Dinner Rolls if you are a bread lover! If you love biscuits you may also enjoy my Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits!
Red Lobster Biscuits
These biscuits could not be easier. Quite possibly the easiest biscuit I have ever made! There is a trick to really replicating the beauty of those famous biscuits and that is not to overbake them. Keep a close eye on your biscuits when they are in the oven. The second they start to gently brown around the edges take them out! Over baking could mean a more dense biscuit.
Cheesy Garlic Biscuits
So easy in fact, I had my kids help. The 4-year old measured while the 7-year old mixed. (And then they switched of course because the other job looked more fun!) Subsequently, this is how we decided to make them “giant” cheesy garlic biscuits. I think the kids wanted to make sure they got the biggest possible biscuit. 🙂
We mixed everything in the bowl, dropped some dough on a cookie sheet and BAM! Perfect Cheesy Garlic Biscuits.
How to Make Red Lobster Biscuits
Tips for Cheesy Garlic Biscuits
I recommend getting the biscuits in the oven as soon as possible after dropping them on the baking sheet. After making multiple batches I saw that the biscuits that sat and waited for the oven did not plump up as high as the first batch.
We loved a sharp cheddar cheese for these biscuits, but I did leave mild cheddar in the recipe. The sharp does give the biscuits a distinctively different flavor and is worth trying if you love cheese! I do have to mention, when I tried ‘organic aged white cheddar cheese’, it did not melt as well and was not as pretty as the orange cheddars, but it does taste amazing.
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