These 7 Up cookies are the easiest to make and they’re perfect every time!
All right, my friends. I’ve done it now.
I don’t know if you’ve ever heard of 7 Up cookies, but they are so much better than they look. Really better.
In fact, I think they are a perfect copy of the KFC cookie recipe and you all know the Colonel knows his cookies. The love of butter and fluffy cookies.
So, as you know, my dad has perfected the homemade cookies and I’ve shared the recipe with you. These cookies are incredible.
They’re certainly not hard to make, but they’re definitely harder than those guys.
So I vote you do both and tell me which one you prefer. Honestly, I can’t choose myself – I prefer my dad’s recipe, but I like the ease of it.
They’re both cookie winners in my opinion.
You’ll mix them very quickly, pat them with a little more Bisquick, and then cut your cookies.
That’s where the butter comes in.
You knew I wasn’t going to make cookies without butter, didn’t you?!
Just melt the butter and throw it into an 8×8 baking dish and put the cookies directly into the puddle of melted butter.
Could I be a 7 Up cookie in my next life, please? Just by floating in a puddle of butter.
I like mine, coated with lots of butter and raspberry jelly.
They are also perfect with a sausage or chocolate sauce!
4 cups of Bisquick
1 cup sour cream
1 cup 7-up
½ cup melted butter
Mix the Bisquick, the sour cream and the 7 up. The dough will be very soft – don’t worry. Knead and fold the dough until it is covered with your baking mixture. Tap the dough and cut the cookies with a round cookie cutter.
Melt the butter in the bottom of the cookie pan or casserole dish 9″x13″. Place cookies on the melted butter and bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown at 425 degrees Fahrenheit.