Old Bay Cheddar Biscuits

In keeping with the Old Bay theme for this week. I made Old Bay Cheddar Biscuits. They are originally found at Red Lobster without any Old Bay. I haven’t been to a Red Lobster in years but I do remember these biscuits fondly.  They are quick and easy to make. The original recipe calls for Bisquick. I didn’t have that on hand so I just made my own and included the recipe below. If you want to make the pure Cheddar Bay biscuits just omit the Old Bay from the recipe.


1. 2 1/2 Cups Bisquick or Homemade Bisquick (recipe below)

2. 1/4 Cup butter or 1/2 of a stick

3. 3/4 Cup milk

4. 1 Tsp. garlic

5. 1/2 Tbs. Old Bay, plus 1/2 Tbs. Old Bay

6. 1/4 Tsp. salt

7. 2 Tbs. butter

8. 1 Tsp. garlic, plus 1 Tsp. garlic

9. 1 Tsp. parsley (preferable) or oregano, 1 tsp. oregano/ parsley

10. 2 Tablespoons Alfredo Sauce

Home Made Bisquick

1. 2 Cups all purpose flour

2. 1 1/2 Tablespoons baking soda

3. 1/4 Teaspoons salt

4. 1/2 Cup butter, coarsely diced.

Old Bay Cheddar Biscuits


1. Pre-heat oven to 375°F

2. Mix Bisquick mix and butter. Add Garlic, Old Bay, Alfredo sauce and salt and mix. Add cheddar cheese and mix.

3. Add milk and fold into the mixture until it is all incorporated.

4. Take large chunks of the dough and place one inch apart on a lined and greased baking sheet. It might be sticky and you can dust your hands with flour to avoid it sticking to your fingers.

5. Bake for 15 minutes.

6. While biscuits are baking, melt 2 tablespoons of butter and add garlic, Old bay and oregano to taste. After biscuits are done baking and still hot, brush on the butter mixture.

Home Made Bisquick

1. Combine all ingredients. Mixture should be powdery with little granules of butter.

Et Voila!




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