Recipe for Sprite Biscuits

Updated on September 5, 2013
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4.1 stars from 33 ratings of Easy Sprite Biscuits

How to Make Quick and Easy Biscuits

I'm not a biscuits and gravy kind of girl, but I do love a good biscuit-- especially warm with butter! Making biscuits with Sprite or even sour cream might sound strange but trust me. These biscuits are heavenly. They don't require much time or many ingredients. You can also use this recipe for 7up biscuits, just replace the 1/2 cup of Sprite with 7up or any other carbonated lemon lime soda beverage. These biscuits are great to make if you're looking for recipes for sour cream. Make a batch of these to use up sour cream before it expires! My only word of caution: you might consider making a double batch of these babies because they disappear pretty quickly.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Bisquick
  • 1 stick Butter, melted
  • 1/2 cup Sprite
  • 1/2 cup Sour cream

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 15 min
Ready in: 25 min
Yields: approximately 9-12 biscuits, depending on size
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How Do I Make Biscuits?

  1. Preheat oven to 425 F°.
  2. Melt butter in glass measuring cup.
  3. In mixing bowl, use fork or potato masher to combine sour cream and Bisquick. Add Sprite and mix until dough is evenly moistened. Fold in approximately 1/3 of melted butter.
  4. Flour work surface with a sprinkling of Bisquick. Knead dough three to four times. Press dough to 1" thickness. Cut biscuits with your favorite biscuit cutter or hand roll.
  5. Pour approximately 1/3 of melted butter into baking dish or enough to cover the bottom. Place biscuits in dish. Paint biscuit tops with remaining melted butter.
  6. Bake biscuits for 10-15 minutes or until light golden brown.

Baking Biscuits Shaped like Hearts

I made this batch of biscuits using a heart-shaped sandwich cutter. Keep in mind that as your biscuits bake and rise they may lose a little of their original shape. Simple shapes work best.

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I hand rolled this batch of biscuits. You can fit about 10 or 11 biscuits in a pie plate baking dish. Remember to space them out a bit as they will grow. The batch below baked beautifully and became a dish of pull-apart dinner biscuits.

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Tips for Making Beautiful Biscuits

  • When measuring your Bisquick mix: spoon into dry ingredient measuring cup and level with knife. Never sift.
  • To keep your Bisquick baking mix fresh, keep it in a sealed container and refrigerate after opening. If you don't seal it, it can absorb odors in your frig.
  • You can melt your stick of butter all at once and eyeball the thirds or simply cut it into thirds then melt each portion separately.
  • If your dough is too sticky and too difficult to work with, simply stick it in the frig for a little bit. Chilled dough is always user-friendly.

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Heather Says

This is my go to recipe for yummy biscuits. If you're looking for an easy biscuits recipe, this is one you should try. The only recipes that I've tried that are easier are the biscuit mixes that you just add water to. While they're technically easier than this recipe, the difference in taste is worlds apart. Enjoy!

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        Sharon Berry 

        3 years ago from Michigan

        Bisquick is a staple in our house but I have never seen this recipe. I will be trying this soon. Thanks for sharing.

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        Christine Rogers 

        4 years ago from Ohio

        I made these, and they are great :-)

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @MJennifer-- Thanks so much for the visit and lovely comment. I'm so glad you used this recipe and I'm sorry that I didn't see it much sooner. I hope these were a hit for your special Thanksgiving dinner. Happy New Year and thanks again for the great feedback :)

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        Marcy J. Miller 

        4 years ago from Arizona

        Heather, I just had to stop back by to tell you how crazy I am about this recipe. My husband says it's a "just NO" recipe because these biscuits are so terrific he can't quit eating them. As for me, I'm making them for Thanksgiving -- I've never had such fluffy, light biscuits and I can't wait to share them with my family.

        Happy Thanksgiving! -- MJ

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @Buildreps-- That's great! I'm glad you liked them. Thanks for stopping back by to let me know :)

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        Buildreps 

        4 years ago from Europe

        @Heather, actually I made the cookies and they were very tasty :-) Thanks for the nice recipe.

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @Levertis Steele-- that's so awesome to hear! I'm glad you loved them and I'm so happy you took the time to let me know about it! Thank you :)

        @Glenda-- Thanks for letting me know! I use Pioneer Baking Mix in my kitchen also and it's so good to know I can use it next time. Thank you :)

        @Patty Inglish, MS-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I hope you can give them a try to you'll come back and tell me all about it :)

        @SamitaJassi-- Thanks for the kind words. I'm glad you stopped by :)

        @MJennifer-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Let me know how it goes :)

        @Esmeowl12-- Thanks for reading and commenting. Hope you get a chance to make them and you'll let me know how they turned out :)

        @LastRoseofSummer2-- Thanks for stopping by. An endless fountain of Sprite sounds awesome. Let me know how they turn out :)

        @SkySlave-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting :)

        @Lyndsay Gamber-- Thanks for the kind words. I bet your grandma's chicken and dumplings are awesome :)

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        Levertis Steele 

        4 years ago from Southern Clime

        Family cooked breakfast together this morning. Everything we cooked was delicious, but the Sprite biscuits were the conversation piece at the table. Of course, I made the biscuits. You have added a delight to bread making at my house. Thanks again!

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        Glenda 

        4 years ago

        I used "Pioneer Baking Mix" instead of Bisquick and

        omited the butter. The biscuits were DELICIOUS!!

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        Patty Inglish 

        4 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

        I like the idea of Sprite mixed with BisQuick and will be trying this recipe soon.

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        Marcy J. Miller 

        4 years ago from Arizona

        Heather, wow! Congratulations on the HOTD. As luck would have it, I've got all four of the ingredients in my pantry right now ... so I will be trying these out this week. They look delicious and I'm eager to slather one with butter!

        Best -- MJ

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        Cindy A Johnson 

        4 years ago from Sevierville, TN

        Thanks for this recipe! I've heard of these biscuits but didn't know how to make them. Looking forward to some yum!

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        LastRoseofSummer2 

        4 years ago from Arizona

        Oh, my gosh! This looks so good! I'll have to make this recipe soon. My Dad works for Coca-Cola, so we always have lots of Sprite around the house. I have to get some sour cream, though.

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        Skyler DeCristoforo 

        4 years ago from Olympia, WA

        A very unique idea. I'm always interested in knew ways to treat the taste buds. Thanks for passing this along, - Skyler

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        Lyndsay Gamber 

        4 years ago from California

        Congrats on Hub of the day! These look yummy! My favorite recipe with Bisquick is my grandmas chicken and dumplings!

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @DanaTeresa-- Thanks! Good to see you :) Thanks for stopping by and commenting today :)

        @Your Cousins-- I'm not sure how they would come out with ginger ale. The lemon-lime and sour cream compliment each other and give the biscuit a hint of tang. I'm curious about trying the ginger ale now. If you try it out let me know or I'll let you know if I do :) Thanks for stopping by and commenting :)

        @Buildreps-- Thanks so much! I'm glad you stopped by today. You'll have to let me know how it goes :)

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @adrienne2-- Thanks so much for stopping by and the kind words :) I hope you can try them out. You'll have to stop back by and let me know how it goes :)

        @greatstuff-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting :)

        @Levertis Steele-- That's so great! You'' have to come back and let me know how it goes :) Thanks for reading :)

        @pstraubie48-- Thanks for stopping by and the kind words. I'm glad you stopped by :)

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @janshares-- Thanks so much :) Your comments have totally made my day :) I'm glad you stopped by.

        @purl3agony-- Well thank you :) Thanks for stopping by and the kind words :)

        @Anamika S-- Thanks for stopping by and the tweet :)

        @Ceres Schwarz-- Thanks for reading and commenting :)

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        Dana Strang 

        4 years ago from Ohio

        I always love your recipes. These look fantastic and so simple! I bet they do taste worlds better than the instant biscuits. I am going to share this with my dad's wife. She bakes all the time and will really like it.

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        Your Cousins 

        4 years ago from Atlanta, GA

        This is so interesting. My favorite soft drink is actually ginger ale - I wonder if that would work with the recipe.

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        Buildreps 

        4 years ago from Europe

        To be honest, I never read recipes and I never make them either too. But your recipe was the first one, because the way you presented it is really marvellous. Second of all I'm really going to make them too. Thank you very much for this really great job! Congratulations!

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        Adrienne F Manson 

        4 years ago from Atlanta

        Hi Heather, I must tell you this is a recipe really worth trying. I have never ever heard of sprite biscuits. Thanks for sharing and congrats on HOTD!

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        Mazlan 

        4 years ago from Malaysia

        Wow, this I've gotta try. Congrats on your HOTD

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        Levertis Steele 

        4 years ago from Southern Clime

        A good recipe--simple, quick, and delicious--turned into a hub is always a winner. My family is having sprite biscuits for breakfast. Thanks for sharing! I will share, too.

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        Patricia Scott 

        4 years ago from sunny Florida

        I will have to add these to bread recipes ...thanks for sharing...can't wait to give them a try... Angels are on the way...congrats on HOTD. ps

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        Janis Leslie Evans 

        4 years ago from Washington, DC

        I'm back again, Heather Says, to say how lovely this hub is, how delectable the recipe is, and how happy I am for you for and the much deserved recognition for HOTD.

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        Donna Herron 

        4 years ago from USA

        Hi Heather - Congrats on your HOTD!!! Well deserved!

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        Anamika S Jain 

        4 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

        Sprite biscuits? I am hearing of it the first time. Thanks for sharing this interesting recipe. Tweeted!

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        Ceres Schwarz 

        4 years ago

        This sprite biscuits recipe looks good. The images of the heart-shaped biscuits look delicious and yummy. It's interesting and good that you only need a few ingredients to be able to make such sprite biscuits.

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @Nicole S-- Thanks so much! I'm glad you stopped by and thanks for commenting :)

        @carrie Lee Night-- Thanks for reading and commenting. I hope you get a chance to try them out and let me know how it goes :)

        @Glimmer Twin Fan-- Thanks for the great comments! I use my iPhone 4s and my Sony DSLR a200 to take all of my photos. I edit them using a phone app called Diptic (for pairing together collages) and I also use Photoshop CS6 for adding text. Thanks again.

        @joaniebaby-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I hope you can try these out soon! Let me know what you think :)

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        joaniebaby 

        4 years ago

        Looks so good. Thanks for the recipe. I am going to try it as soon as I have some sour cream. Voted up, useful and interesting.

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        Claudia Mitchell 

        4 years ago

        Sweet recipe. This look delicious and will be pinning and sharing. Your photo graphics are great. What program do you use? Thanks.

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        Carrie Lee Night 

        4 years ago from Northeast United States

        Heather: Thank you for writing this hub and sharing a delicious sounding recipe for all of us :) I bet those biscuits are light and airy :) Would love to give them a try soon. Again thank you and have a wonderful day.

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        Nicole S Hanson 

        4 years ago from Minnesota

        These look absolutely delicious! Very nice hub, thank you for sharing.

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        Claudia Tello 

        4 years ago from Mexico

        Thanks Heather, your very kind. Bisquick sounds quite easy to make. I´ll give it a try.

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @janshares-- Thanks for the kind words :) I hope you get a chance to try them out. Let me know how it goes :)

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        Janis Leslie Evans 

        4 years ago from Washington, DC

        OMG, Heather Says, you had me at biscuit. :-) These are mouth-watering and look amazing. I will try to make some this week. Your pics are breath-taking. Excellent hub, voted up, useful, awesome, and beautiful.

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        @carol7777-- Thanks for stopping by and commenting :)

        @lifelovemystery-- They are! Thanks for reading :)

        @Claudia Tello-- I'm sorry to hear that! I'd love to send a box your way if you'd like. I did some googling and found a bisquick substitution. It is as follows:

        1 cup (125 g) flour

        1 1/2 teaspoons (8 g) baking powder

        1/4 teaspoon (pinch) salt

        1 tablespoon (15 g) shortening, oil, or melted butter

        I haven't done it myself, so I can't say if it taste great or the same. I'd say give it a try? Otherwise, Bisquick is so versatile and nice to have on hand-- I really would send a box to you. Just let me know :)

        @garylutz-- Thanks! I hope you're able to try them and enjoy them. Thanks for stopping by :)

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        garylutz 

        4 years ago

        Looks delicious! Will try it out for sure!

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        Claudia Tello 

        4 years ago from Mexico

        This sounds like a perfect As recipe. However, I was disappointed to see "bisquick" as one of the 4 ingredients because we don´t have that in Mexico. What kind of flour is it? Could I substitute it with something else?

        I must also congratulate you for your photos, loved how you inserted text in there and the letters you used. My favorite one is the second image, the one with the list of ingredients: great light and composition as well. Had to pin that one.

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        Michelle Orelup 

        4 years ago from Houston, TX

        The look fluffy and delicious!

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        carol stanley 

        4 years ago from Arizona

        I can almost taste one of these yummy looking hot biscuits. Great photos.

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        Heather Rode 

        4 years ago from Buckeye, Arizona

        stella writes-- Thanks for stopping by :)

        epbooks-- Thanks for reading and commenting :)

        rebeccamealey-- Thanks for the kind words! I love Coca-Cola Cake and recently did a hub for Cherry Coke Cake. :)

        MsDora-- Thanks as always for stopping by and commenting :)

        ElleBee-- Thanks so much for reading and commenting. To answer your question: I'm not sure about diet soda. I personally don't like the taste of diet soda, so I would be worried it might upset the flavor-- but that's just my personal preference. I have, however, read online that people tried diet sodas and didn't like it. I'd say experiment to know for sure. :)

        KenDeanAgudo-- Thanks so much for reading and commenting :)

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        Kenneth C Agudo 

        4 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

        I love it!!! I am sure it is very delicious = 3

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        ElleBee 

        4 years ago

        I've never heard of Sprite biscuits, or tried baking with soda in general. I definitely may have to try some soda-baking in the near future. I'm curious what are your thoughts on using Diet Soda? I love to bake with Bisquick! My personal favorite is bisquick pizza crust.

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        Dora Weithers 

        4 years ago from The Caribbean

        Sprite biscuits sound good, and they look good in your pictures. The heart shape is an additional feature. Thank You.

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        Rebecca Mealey 

        4 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

        How unique! I have a recipe for Coca-Cola cake, but I have never heard of Sprite biscuits. They look delicious!

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        Elizabeth Parker 

        4 years ago from Las Vegas, NV

        I'm seeing more and more recipes that call for soda, so I am thinking that they must taste good! Thanks for posting this. Voted up and sharing. Love biscuits!! Can't wait to try these.

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        stella writes 

        4 years ago

        Sprite biscuits? Now I say it's an innovation.

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