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Saturday, October 22, 2011


I found this wonderful recipe while I was searching through other food bloggers websites at www.plainchicken.com and boy oh boy am I ever glad that I did! I have never been a biscuit or roll maker, I always seemed to beat the dough to death and they always came out hard as a brick so I quit trying a long time ago...that was until yesterday when I came upon this truly awesome recipe....thank you plainchicken...I have made two pans full in less than 24 hours and myself and fellow partners in crime are all very happy about it...you make them and you will be very happy too!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You will need 2 cups of Bisquick, 1/2 cup sour cream, 1/2 cup 7-Up and 1/2 stick of butter for the rolls....
For the roast beef au jus you will need 12oz. thinly sliced roast beef and 2 cups beef stock...

Preheat oven to 450. Cut sour cream into biscuit mix, I did this with two forks. Add 7-Up. This makes a very soft dough. Sprinkle additional biscuit mix on counter or table and ever so lightly pat the dough out. Melt the butter in a 9-inch pan. Place cut biscuits in pan and bake 12 to 15 minutes til golden. Makes 9
Place roast beef in a saucepan and pour the beef stock over top of it and then heat til hot.
Split rolls and top bottom half of each with the roast beef. Place tops on and pour the remaining au jus in individual serving bowls for dipping.

You be ever so glad that you did!

"Roast beef au jus and 7-Up rolls are a philosophy."~Adele Forbes


  1. These look so light and fluffy! And just unusual enough that I have to try them :)

  2. yes..they are extra light and delicious......

  3. I've heard of 7-up biscuits, but never made them. They look absolutely amazing! I can see why you made 2 pans in such a short time! Thanks SO much for sharing! Following you via Google Follower!

  4. How interesting to use 7-up! Looks delicious!

  5. @Ann, I didn't even know that there was a Google Follower...verrrry interesting! Thank you so very much for stopping by...Adele

  6. @Nami....they are some where beyond delicious..thank you for dropping by, I love your JUST ONE COOKBOOK! Adele

  7. Tiffany I found this in another food bloggers page while surfing other bloggers, and she is so talented...the link to her page is at the start of this blog...check her out! And thank you for visiting me....Adele

  8. I've heard of slow cooking meat in cola or root beer but 7-Up biscuits are new to me. Looks and sounds delicious!

  9. they are way way way delicious and sooo easy to make!