Thursday, September 25, 2014

...Vegan 7 Up Biscuits...

...another one of the recipes in my box is for 7 Up Biscuits...and I use my Homemade Vegan Bisquick for it...it's a southern classic...and you'd think they'd be really sweet...but they're not...really...they're just lightly sweet...they are super easy to whip up...
...heat your oven to 425° and melt your Earth Balance in a 9 x 13 pan...
...measure out your homemade biscuit mix...
...pour in your 7 Up...
...and mix in your vegan sour cream...the dough will be soft and sticky...
...turn it out on a floured surface and knead it a few times...
...pat it into a rectangle...
...and cut into biscuit sized squares...you could...of course...cut these into circles...but we always leave them in squares to distinguish these from 'regular' biscuits...
...place them top side down in the melted Earth Balance in the pan...and then turn them over...
...bake about 15 minutes until golden...
...they're nice and light and fluffy...and they're so good hot from the oven for breakfast...but food doesn't really photograph all that well in the predawn...does it?...
...original recipe...

~~VEGAN 7 UP BISCUITS ~~

INGREDIENTS:
4 cups Bisquick...make your own recipe here
1 cup vegan sour cream...Tofutti brand is quite good in this recipe...or you can make your own...recipe here...
1 cup 7-up
1/2 cup melted Earth Balance

DIRECTIONS:

Melt Earth Balance in 9 x 13 pan. Preheat oven to 425°.
Mix Bisquick, vegan sour cream and 7-Up. Knead dough a few times, it will be soft. Pat or roll out. Cut biscuits into squares. Place top side down in melted Earth Balance, then turn over. Bake at 425° about 15 minutes until tops are golden brown.

...you can tell that the person writing this knew I was a new cook...

~Have a lovely day!

3 comments:

  1. I never heard of 7 up in biscuits. I like biscuits in any form (well vegan and gf only), so I'm sure I'd love these. I like how you shaped them into rectangles to make them distinguishable!

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  2. those would be good right now!! chilly 59 degrees and misty rain....fall is here! love, k

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  3. In New Zealand they make scones square, in just the same way that you have made these 7 Up biscuits. I am fascinated by the biscuit recipe and as soon as we are home from our few days here on Dartmoor I am going to make some. I just might be adventurous times two and use 7 Up.

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