By MomOnTheGo on June 14, 2002
Photo by May I Have That Recipe
Photo by May I Have That Recipe
"This recipe is a variation of Red Lobsters "Cheddar Bay biscuits". Honestly, I like my way better. The are soooooo GOOD!!!!!"
Serving Size: 1 (46 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"There are lots of copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits on the Internet, but this one comes closest to the real thing. Using Old Bay in the topping is key. These biscuits are rich, cheesy, and delicious. Thanks for the recipe, MomOnThe Go!"
"I tought these were as good as the "real thing" although I made them without the Old Bay, as I did not have any. I also used DiB's copycat Bisquick recipe #16813. I love these things and could eat them all the time. I've made these again using the Old Bay and adding parsley to the butter and they are better. I also made them in muffin cups, it holds the butter closer to the warm biscuits. I then put them back in the oven for a minute. MMMmmm."
"Very quick, tasty and easy! My Red-Lobster loving daughter said these were very close but she thought they needed more garlic and cheese. The rest of the family loved them "as is". I really enjoyed the addition of the Old Bay. Had a lot of butter left over.....EDITED: I made these a second time but divided the 1/4 cup butter--I put 1/8 melted into the batter and used the remaining 1/8 cup butter with the garlic and Old Bay. They were moist-er and there was still enough butter to brush the 12 biscuits twice! Thanks for posting."
"Made these to go with my Christmas dinner and they got rave reviews. "
"Red Lobster can kiss my biscuit. Your's are the best I've ever had !! Thanks for posting them"
"Excellent biscuits. Took advice of others and added a little garlic powder to mix. Next time will add a little old bay to the mix also. I only used 1/2 the old by in the topping because I was afraid it would be too much. But I think the 1/4 tsp would have been fine. Great recipe, thanks for sharing !!"
"Really great... and very close to the originals. I think I will try mixing some garlic powder and old bay into the batter next time. These did not expand much during baking so I will have to remember that when dropping the dough onto the pan, the biscuits will be very similar in size to the dough and can be place pretty close together too. That's good because I'll be able to make even more the next time - because these were gobbled up quickly! Love this recipe. Now I just want to see if I can flash freeze the dough so I can just pull the biscuits out of the freezer and bake. Thanks MomOnTheGo - These are great!!"
"Delicious! I served these with a steaming bowl of vegetable beef stew and they disappeared in a flash! Very simple, but really big flavor. Thanks!"
"These are absolutely delicious! These are the real Red Lobster biscuits. I've tried several recipes in an attempt to duplicate them but this is it!!! Thanks so much for this one."
"I have tried numerous times to make biscuits that taste like the ones from Red Lobster...they never turned out quite right. This time, however, I got it right!! I made them last night, and after biting into the first one, my husband said, "Baby, I think you got it!" and proceeded to down about 6 more! And I agree with everyone else, the Old Bay seasoning really made a difference!"
"I've never tried Red Lobster's biscuits, but I LOVE this recipe! I can't imagine RL's biscuits tasting better than these did. I like the fact that these were easy to make with ingredients that I always have on hand. The only complaint I have is that I didn't double the recipe!"
"These are great! I don't have good luck with biscuits, but these were perfect. I liked the addition of the Old Bay Seasoning. Thanks, Carole in Orlando"
"This are probably the best biscuits I have ever eaten! These are 100% better tasting than red lobster's! You will not be disappointed with this recipe!"
"So easy to make and delicious, love the cheese and the old bay seasoning in this recipe. It gives it a special touch."
"Cut the garlic in half, double the old bay and use 3-4 ounces of sharp cheddar.<br/>Butter in the bisquick makes all the difference. Great Job!"
"Who ever put this together should try it themself. Oven was to hot, To thick, Did not rise, not enough cheese. All Around bad!"
"Momonthego, I wanted to thank you for posting this recipe! For the idea, I give you 5 stars, but I can't rate your recipe because I made some changes. I doubled the bisquick, butter and milk, used 1 tsp of Old Bay, 2 tsp of garlic powder, 1 tsp dried parsley, and 2 cups of SHARP cheddar cheese. I combined everything except the cheddar in my food processor, then hand stirred the cheddar in. The dough was sickenly salty and I thought for sure I had made a mistake but they were just right after baking, absolutely scrumptious! My family scarfed them down! I think your idea is a winner, but for those who want that extra taste kick, I wanted to suggest these changes. They are extremely rich, but those who have an intolerance to lots of salt should be forewarned that Old Bay is packed with salt and although I was happy with how my changes turned out, they might not be for everyone."