Imitation Gluten-Free “Cheddar Bay Biscuits”

So part of going gluten-free is breaking up with your favourite restaurant foods…one of mine just happened to be the red lobster biscuits. After several years of trying to convince myself that I was better off without them, I could not lie to myself anymore. Last night my mom for sunday supper had bought a box of gluten-free Bisquick mix for biscuits to go with our pot roast. We got creative and added in some cheese and some garlic butter and we found ourselves no longer yearning for our red lobster biscuits, because we have found them!

These biscuits are super quick and easy to make and cheap (hello, Bisquick is inexpensive, and a huge time saver!).

Enjoy,

ingredients:Β 

1 box of gluten-free bisquick, (follow package directions for the biscuits on the back of the box, this will require 2 cups of gluten-free bisquick, 3 eggs, 1/3 cup of shortening and 2/3 cup of milk)

1.5 cups of old aged cheddar cheese, shredded

1/4 cup of garlic butter melted, to brush the tops*

Method:

  1. Prepare the biscuit dough as per package directions, shred cheese and fold into the biscuit dough, bake as per package directions.
  2. Once out of the oven, while the biscuits are still hot brush the melted garlic butter over the biscuits and enjoy!

* Garlic butter can bought at the grocery store next to where the regular butter is sold or you can make your own by combing 1/4 cup of softened salted butter with 2 cloves of minced garlic and a teaspoon of either fresh or dried parsley, stir, melt and enjoy!

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