Garlic Cheddar Biscuits

Today I’m sharing the easiest garlic cheddar biscuits recipe ever. What makes them the easiest? They require only 3 (THREE) ingredients.

The EASIEST garlic cheddar biscuits-- only 3 ingredients!

First, let explain how I cooked these up. One night last year, I had a mad hankering for garlic cheddar biscuits to go with the chili I was making. After doing a quick search online, I could only find garlic cheddar biscuits that used Bisquick buttermilk biscuit mix. Problem was, I didn’t have any of that, and it was cold outside so I wasn’t about to schlep to the store. Then it occurred to me, I had some Pillsbury biscuits and some shredded cheddar cheese in the fridge, and we always have garlic powder in our spice cabinet.

Bada bing bada boom, 3 ingredient garlic cheddar biscuits.

Here’s what you’ll need:

3 ingredient garlic cheddar biscuits!
Pop open your biscuits. One by one, shake a little garlic powder onto each biscuit. Shake some garlic powder and shredded cheese onto your prep surface.

Note: use your discretion on the amount of garlic powder and cheese you use.

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Press some cheese into the biscuit. Flip it over, press it into the garlic powder and cheese.

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Form it into a ball.

how to make garlic cheddar biscuits
Place the balls of dough onto a baking sheet. Bake in a preheated oven at 375 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

garlic cheddar biscuits recipe
Highly recommended optional step:  melt 1 tablespoon of butter, brush butter onto biscuits, and sprinkle with dried parsley.

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I didn’t include a printable recipe card for this recipe because I think it’s pretty easy to whip these up, and because I don’t use exact measurements. But if you really want a recipe card let me know in the comments, and I’ll post one.

Here they are with some chili I made. Seriously, you must try these.

The EASIEST garlic cheddar biscuits-- only 3 ingredients!

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  1. These look really yummy! Definitely want to try these!

  2. Maxine Moates says:

    do you butter before or after cooking???

    1. Lisa archer says:

      Can you tell me how much garlic you
      Used? I dont like alot of garlic but do want to taste it.

  3. Can you use goat cheese

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  5. You can always make your own Bisquick mix.

    1 cup flour.
    1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder.
    1/4 teaspoon salt.
    1 tablespoon shortening, olive oil, or melted butter.

    Use 1 cup of mix for each cup of Bisquick called for in a recipe. You can store it in an air tight container in your fridge for up to four months.

  6. Denise Vassallo says:

    Hi Chelsea could you post a recipe card. With the 2 young grandkids, ages 4 and 1, it’s much easier for me to pull it out of my recipe box. Thanks. By the way, these look amazing and I cannot wait to make them:)

  7. My grocery store didn’t have Grands Jr. Should I cut the regular size grands in halves or thirds?

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