Absolutely perfect! Made them for dinner tonight. The wine is the secret. The best part is brushing the butter mixture on before and after!
This would be 5 star if it listed the exact white wine. I used D'Oro white wine. It is a cheep italian cooking wine. It was a little too sweet in the after taste in the biscuits. I think if I find the correct wine these will be 100% authentic Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits. I also corrected the recipe to show 24 biscuit in stead of 4 "loafs". No way it made 4 biscuits. Great recipe!!
These are not Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits. They are dry, crumbly and taste like wine. The garlic topping was very good, though.
Super recipe! I found that cutting the cheese into really tiny cubes instead of grating it makes the biscuits especially cheesy! Will be making again! Thanks for sharing!
This is it. We were just at Red Lobster...these taste the same. I was skeptical about the wine, but it worked well. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
These were great, but the alcohol was too strong. Next time I'd use a different wine, or try 1/2 wine 1/2 milk.
Very good. The wine gave them a bit a different flavor. Good but different. Thanks for posting
These are pretty good but I prefer them made with milk. Call me crazy, but I find it hard to believe that Red Lobster would use wine for the biscuits; that wouldn't be cost effective at all!!! I also prefer not to use Bisquick.
These are diffently the real thing. I've tried other recipes and I think the white wine made all the difference in the world....it's a keeper!!!
These didn't turn out for us. But I used a different baking mix that I had on hand instead of Bisquick. So it may be due to that.