Wow - these biscuits are fabulous and so easy! My family fought over them on Christmas and every single biscuit I made was gone. I made one change, taking them out of the oven a couple of minutes early and brushing on the butter mixture, then put them back in the oven. The only other thing I would do different is eliminate the salt, or at least cut it in half. You cannot go wrong with this recipe!
I loved these but I didn't think they had enough cheese so I tried another batch, adding more cheese and they turned out much better. I also decided to brush on the garlic powder, salt, and butter but sprinkle the old bay seasoning, parsley and some shredded cheese over the second batch and they turned out GREAT. So this recipe is good but if you really want them identical to redlobsters then I suggest sprinkling that stuff on top! P.S. - I took them out 2 minutes early to sprinkle the extra stuff on after brushing the butter, garlic and salt mixture. That way the cheese could melt over the bisquits and brown with them. Plus the butter can make them soggy so I figured giving them that 2 minutes after it in the oven was the best way to go.
These were very good. They did take a lot longer than seven minutes in the oven. Other than baking longer, the two things I will do differently next time. I will use unsalted butter and I will also melt some additional butter to brush on the tops when they come out of the oven or just before I take them out.
Good copy cat recipe and very easy. Made these this Turkeyday and they were a big hit. I was a little worried about fussing with a new recipe for homemade biscuits and I don't like leaving too much to do at the last minute, when you are trying to get everything on the table and hot, but since I made a lot of sides and gravy ahead, I figured what the heck. They really are simple to whip up and are a very close match to Red Lobsters. Will make again, might up cheese just a tiny bit.
I made these for my kids while they had a school break. Now they want them every morning before they go to school. Working on three days in a row. I don't think they will ever tire of them. Mouth Watering
These are melt in your mouth fantastic! They are so quick to whip up when you want to add a little something extra last minute. We thought they tasted every bit as good if not better than Red Lobster's. I agree that skimping on the post baking butter mixture would take a lot away from the flavor and texture. I have tried several recipes and I think the key is the Old Bay Seasoning. Thanks for sharing, saving this recipe to my Personal Favorites Cookbook.
Made as directed and they were super yummy! I also loved how quick and easy they were to make. Don't skimp with the butter mixture that is brushed over the biscuits after cooking, I think that is part of the key to this tasty recipe!
very good! and very close to the actual thing! I used mild chedder and still tasted yummy, and sooooooo easy!
Yumyumyum! I have never been to Red Lobster but I have always heard about their Cheddar Bay biscuits. I loved these! My BF was not a fan but I don't trust him when it comes to biscuits because he actually likes those canned store bought ones- gross. The Old Bay gave it such a different flavor. Thank you, Parkers Mom.