Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe


Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe

These Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Biscuits belong on your dinner table.

Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe
Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe

There's a reason that the Cracker Barrel Biscuit recipe is so sought after. They're absolutely delicious!

These light, fluffy copycat restaurant recipe biscuits are the perfect way to start a meal (or end a meal, or begin a late night snack). Slather them with butter for a scrumptious savory flavor, or dollop on your favorite homemade jam for a sweet treat that can't be beat.

Something you might not know about these copycat Cracker Barrel biscuits is that they are super easy to make! You might already have the ingredients on hand, which means that you are only about half an hour away from a pan of piping hot biscuits. They will smell amazing while they are baking, and they will taste even better once they are out of the oven.

Well, what are you waiting for? Get cooking!


Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time10 min


  • 2 1/4 cups Bisquick
  • 2/3 cup buttermilk
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon butter, melted

Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe


  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

  2. Mix first three ingredients together, add 1 tablespoon of the melted butter into batter. Stir ingredients until soft dough forms.

  3. Turn onto surface that has been dusted with flour. Knead 20 times, roll 1/2-inch thick, cut with a cutter into biscuits, and place in an ungreased 8-inch square cake pan.

  4. Brush tops with melted butter.

  5. Place biscuits next to each other, when the you have placed all of them in the pan flatten slightly. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes.

Cracker Barrel Biscuit Recipe

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I worked at Cracker Barrel for 8!/2 years. There is no sugar in their biscuits. The Bisquick is a good substitute. We used White Lily self-rising flour and shortening.

which kind of baking mix

Recipe says "Bisquick".

I have never cared for Crackle Barrel biscuits. They are always too heavy and solid. Much prefer a lighter textured biscuit. Had to check out the recipe to see why they were so heavy. And I agree with the others, that is not a rolled & cut biscuit.

I agree with mustangmartha; this pic is not a Copycat picture of the rolled n cut Cracker Barrel biscuits I soooo much! I will b tryn the recipe out.....soon.

Please check the photo for the Cracker Barrel Biscuits. These look like drop biscuits. The ones served at all of the Cracker Barrels where I have dined are rolled & cut.


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