Ww " Red Lobster" Cheddar Biscuits

Total Time
30mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

I haven't tried this but it's only 2.5 points on the Weight Watchers program. Might be worth it.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Combine the baking mix, milk and cheddar cheese in a medium bowl.
  3. Mix by hand until well combined.
  4. Divide the dough into 12 equal portions (about 3 tbsp each) and spoon onto a lightly greased or nonstick cookie sheet.
  5. Flatten each biscuit a bit with your fingers.
  6. Bake for 18 to 20 minutes or until the tops of the biscuits begin to brown.
  7. In a small bowl, combine the buttery spread with the garlic powder and the parsley flakes.
  8. Heat this mixture for 30 seconds in the microwave, then brush a light coating over the top of each biscuit.

Reviews

(9)
Most Helpful

These biscuits baked up nice, and I liked the buttermilk in them, but I think they need a little more seasoning. If I would make them again, I'd add a little more seasoning to them.

Aunt Paula July 03, 2003

If I were you, I would memorize this recipie, then burn all traces of it and horde it selfishly - it's fabulous! So easy, low fat, and everyone loved them. I Had to add about 3 tbs buttermilk because the mix was too dry, and I used just plain old Jiffy baking mix and plain margarine instead of what was listed, but otherwise followed this exactly. This is excellent!!

Little Old Me May 29, 2003

These were pretty good, but since I don't normally eat biscuits, I don't have to find a WW recipe to satisfy a Red Lobster Cheddar biscuit craving; I preferred the 2 previous full-fat versions I had tried recently. On the other hand, my MIL will give her rating tomorrow -- she would live off RL cheese biscuits if she could. However, this had just the right amount of "butter". Thanks for posting this version, Kannwilson. Made for I Recommend Tag based on the recommendation of Andi of Longmeadow Farm.

KateL March 16, 2009

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