This Weeks Recipies
What can I do with 7-UP?
7 UP Biscuits
+4 cups Bisquick
+1 cup sour cream
+1 cup 7-up
+1/2 cup melted butter
Combine sour cream, 7-Up, Bisquick, although the dough will be very soft, continue to fold the dough until all these ingredients are well incorporated. Pat the dough out and cut using a round biscuit or cookie cutter.
I like to make these in a cast iron skillet and I like to heat my skillet in the oven with butter first in order to get a nice crisp crust on the bottom. Place the biscuits in the cast iron skillet after it is heated and bake @ 425 degrees F, for approx. 12-15 minutes depending on your oven.
Easter 7-UP Salad
+2 small packages of lemon jello-reg. or sugar free
+2 cups boiling water
+2 cups of 7-Up soda-reg. or sugar free
+2 tablespoons of sugar
+1 cups mall marshmellows
+1 small can crushed pineapples
+1/2 cup sugar
+1 tablespoon butter
Mix jello with boiling water and dissolve. Stir in 2 tablespoons of sugar and 7-Up. Refrigerate until the mixture is set but still liquid enough to add marshmallows, pineapple (drain juice and save for topping) and bananas. Stir these ingredients together and return to the refrigerator for a firm set.
For the topping, combine ½ cup of saved pineapple juice, 1 beaten egg, ½ cup sugar, flour and butter in a sauce pan. Bring to a low boil and thicken. Cool slightly to add whipped cream. Mix well then spread generously over firmly set jello. If desired, garnish with lemon zest or dust with crushed lemon drops.
1/2 pint whipped
*Courtesy of http://southernidaholiving.com/at_home/food/easter-7-up-salad/