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Garlic & Cheese Biscuits

Just like you would get at Red Lobster, but gluten free! These biscuits are best hot out of the oven.

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Use a fork or pastry cutter to mix the butter and flour together. Next add the cheese into the flour, tossing until fully coated. Add the eggs, and just enough milk until the dough comes together.

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Shape the biscuits into any size you like (remember that the bigger you make them, the longer they will take to cook), and place on an ungreased baking sheet.

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Once the biscuits are cooked (I break one open to be sure they are fully cooked), brush over each the seasoned melted butter mixture.RedLobsterBiscuit4

Garlic & Cheese Biscuits
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Serves: 10
Soft, cheesy, and filled with garlic and Italian flavors.
Ingredients
Topping
  • ¼ cup butter or margarine, melted
  • ¼ tsp garlic salt (or garlic powder)
  • ½ tsp Italian seasoning
Instructions
  1. Combine flour and garlic salt, then cut in butter with fork or pastry cutter. Once the mixture looks like coarse crumbs, add the cheese and toss until fully coated.
  2. Mix in the eggs, then just enough milk until a thick dough forms.
  3. Shape or drop spoonfuls of dough onto an ungreased cookie sheet, and bake at 425°F for 8-15 minutes (depending on size of biscuit), or until tops and bottom are golden. Break one open to be sure its cooked throughout.
  4. For the topping, combine everything together and set aside.
  5. As soon as biscuits are removed form the oven, use a pastry brush and coat the tops of each with the butter mixture. Serve hot out of the oven.

 

4 Responses to Garlic & Cheese Biscuits

  1. Caroline December 10, 2014 at 9:04 pm #

    YUMMY. Had to use Buttermilk because that was what I had but very good and added a little more garlic and in second batch added green onions and jalapenos. Homemade is always best.

  2. Renee March 7, 2015 at 12:19 pm #

    Thank you for all the awesome recipes! I just had to give away a box of Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits and the person almost had to pry them out of my hands! I’m going to try this tonight.

  3. Nolene March 18, 2015 at 8:39 am #

    Hi my grand daughter has to stay off wheat and dairy, please could you advise me if gluten free and wheat free are the same thing. I am very confused.

    • Angie Halten (Admin)
      Angie Halten (Admin) March 18, 2015 at 9:16 am #

      Gluten is a protein that is found in wheat (which includes; spelt, kamut, khorasan, einkorn, faro, and emmer), rye, triticale (a rye/wheat hybrid), and barley. You also have to be aware of foods that contain malt (like some chocolate syrups and malt vinegar), which is made from barely. Hidden gluten – meaning foods that you would never think should contain gluten are the most frustrating. A lot of condiments like soy sauce and salad dressings contain it, since they use it as a thickener. Although with the new labelling laws in the North American (as of 2013), all food products that contain wheat/gluten must be stated on the label. So until you know which products are safe, you’re going to be reading a lot of food labels. Check out our Lifestyle section, there are several informative articles under the FAQ, Living Gluten Free Sections, and Medical Insights.

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