We used the higher amounts of cheese and garlic because we like both. Unfortunately, it made them too salty. Next time I think I will use 1/2 garlic salt and add some garlic powder so we get all the garlic flavor without making them so salty. Otherwise they were good. I will make them again, tweaking a little bit, and will repost letting you know my results.
These were good! I halfed the recipe. It was pretty quick too! I made too go along with a baked ham, mashed potatoes, and green beans. My husband took one bite and said, "That's what I am talking about!"
These were great biscuits, but I needed more garlic flavor. I used the full teaspoon of garlic salt, but the garlic flavor was not that strong. Next time I will put 1/2 tsp garlic salt in the batter and 1/2 mixed in the butter. Made for Help a Naked Recipe Tag in the Photo Forum.
These were fantastic. I never use baking mixes, this version is healthier and delicious. I followed the recipe exactly and my family loves them.
These are so easy to put together. They are dangerously wonderful because after eating at least 2 of them, you'll go back for a third or more! I followed the directions exactly.
These are my new go to garlic cheddar bisuits. Forget the bisuit mixes. These are almost as easy and they are really, really good. Our biggest problem was overeating as they were THAT good ! I did not use any of the garlic salt and used garlic powder instead. I also added parsley to some of the garlic powder/butter to top the biscuits with.
These are WAY better than those clones I've tried that use baking mix. Fantastically light, buttery, garlicky and delicious! As close as you'll come to RL in AK, that's for sure.
AWESOME! We love them!
Nice job with this one! I used double the baking powder and let them rise for a little while. YUMMY!!! Best biscuit recipe I have ever made and the kids loved them. Thanks!