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I was very glad to find a Red Lobster biscuit recipe that did not call for bisquick! You're right, these are even better than the restaurant's version. They were so creamy inside and full of flavor throughout. I did burn the bottoms, but that was my fault as I forgot to grease the pan like a dummy. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

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rpgaymer February 18, 2013

These are fantastic!! I used butter, no mustard, a little extra garlic and added parsley to the mix as well as a sprinkle on top... Mine also came out pancake(ish) but they still taste amazing! My 10 year old couldn't stop eating them! Definitely will be making them again!!!

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StaciLeigh October 10, 2013

My family LOVED this recipe! I omitted the dry mustard and used butter. Brushed the top with melted butter, a little dried parsley and a sprinkle of the garlic salt before baking. I could eat these as a meal!

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MrsG2000 November 03, 2012

I made these as gluten-free, and they were perfect!!

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sassykat1213 August 21, 2011

Did not have self rising flour so I added salt, baking powder, and baking soda to make it. Used food processor to cut in crisco. When done baking, I brushed with melted butter that had a little garlic poweder in it. Very good!

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JenJenMarie January 17, 2011

These had a nice flavor. But, they didn't rise at all they looked like pancakes with as flat as they were and I used white lily self-rising flour. I did add extra cheese (you can never have to much) and instead of putting the melted butter on beforehand I put it on after. I melted a couple tbsp with some garlic powder and rubbed it over each one.

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RachelB-KY June 29, 2010

biscuits were not all that flavorful and not as fluffy as Red Lobster.. I will try one of the other recipies..

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cjk13 January 18, 2010

Very very good. These are much better if you let the dough sit in the refrigerator overnight. I baked a batch right away and they were semi-bland, but I baked the rest of the dough the next day and they were really good. I think that the only thing that I would change about the recipe is to eliminate the Butter Flavor Crisco next time. The Crisco makes for a nice biscuit consistency, but it tastes nasty and artificial - does not taste like butter at all. I will try using 1/2 regular Crisco and 1/2 butter next time!

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Shannon Cooks August 21, 2009

Very Tasty! My were a little dry. I think I should make them a little larger and reduce cooking time just a bit. These were definitely better than Red Lobster's! The recipe was surprising easy and quicker than most bread or roll recipes. I will be making these again!! Thanks!

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Khhice May 18, 2009
Red Lobster Garlic Cheese Biscuits