Biscuits straight from the pantry’s box collection is sometimes a go-to in many households and same goes for here in Sheckyville and whether it is stated or not, they are baked more than most want to admit. With adding cheese, onions, and seasonings, box biscuits can be doctored to fit the palate of most anyone in a jiff.
~Mix The Mix #3~Course: Baked GoodsDifficulty: Easy
2¼ c Bisquick
⅓ c Milk
⅓ c Bouillon Liquid
¼ c Sharp White Cheddar Cheese Shredded/Grated
¼ c Scallions Finely Chopped
½ tsp Garlic Powder
½ tsp Onion Powder
- Pre-Heat Oven To 450°
- Mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
- Drop by spoonfuls onto the baking sheet
- Note: I weigh my drops. I like biscuits and such to cook evenly so I weigh them out the same and then bake. It only takes a bit longer. But again, there is no need for it.
- Bake at 450° for about 8 minutes or until golden brown.
- The original recipe is right on the Betty Crocker Bisquick box. It is so easy to mix the mix with this and add your seasonings to it.
- Because I weigh the biscuits, I make 6 large ones. This can easily make 8 smaller and still fill the belly.
- Bisquick has been around for ages and is a very handy go to on many bakes. It is a staple in Sheckyville and a go to when I need a biscuit in a hurray.