This easy Popeyes biscuit recipe copycat makes delicious buttery biscuits like the ones at Popeye’s chicken restaurants. Just 4 ingredients!
Homemade Popeyes Biscuits
This easy Popeyes biscuit recipe is a homemade copycat recipe that tastes just like the buttery flaky biscuits at Popeye’s chicken restaurants! We absolutely love Popeye’s chicken and I think we might love their biscuits even more! If you have ever eaten at Popeye’s you know what I mean!
If you have never eaten Popeyes biscuits, you’re in for a treat! These biscuits are so yummy! They are a taste explosion of buttery goodness with salt and a light flaky texture everyone loves!
Biscuits are one of the most versatile food items because they go with almost any meal! They’re perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
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Don’t Be Afraid! These Popeyes Biscuits Are Easy!
Don’t be afraid to make these biscuits because they are made from scratch. This easy Popeyes biscuit recipe is really very simple with only 4 ingredients and they literally take only 5 minutes to make!
If you’re at all hesitant about your baking or cooking skills, biscuit recipes are the perfect place to start! If you follow the instructions, biscuit recipes are almost no-fail recipes! I have known many inexperienced cooks who had great success with biscuits.
If you don’t have Bisquick baking mix on hand, you can find our easy Homemade Bisquick Recipe here!
Easy Tips For Biscuit Making
After you mix the Popeyes biscuit dough, you will need to roll it out to about 1/2 inch thick before you cut it into biscuits. The biscuits will rise as they bake so this is the perfect thickness for amazing biscuits.
Once you roll out the biscuit dough, you will cut the dough into biscuit shapes using a biscuit cutter or glass. If you use a glass, it is helpful to dip the glass in a bit of flour or coat the rin in some flour so that the glass does not stick to the dough.
When you have cut biscuits from all of the dough, there will be some dough left. Don’t let it go to waste. Gather the remaining dough and roll it out to 1/2 inch again and cut biscuits from the remaining dough. Once there is no longer enough dough to cust biscuits from, pat the remaining dough into a rough biscuit shape and bake with the biscuits.
Unlike a lot of other biscuit recipes, this Popeyes biscuit recipe calls for melting butter in the bottom of the 9×13 inch baking pan. Then, once the biscuits are cut, you will place them in the pan and coat well with the butter so that the outside almost fries in the butter while the biscuits are baking. This gives them the nice crunchy texture just like the ones at Popeye’s Fried Chicken restaurants.
This recipe calls for 1 stick of butter, but if you want an even more buttery flavor, you can pour a little melted butter over the top after the biscuits are in the baking pan just before you pop them in the oven.
This sounds like a lot of process, but it really only takes about 5 minutes. Try this easy Popeye biscuit recipe and I KNOW you won’t be disappointed!
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Popeyes Biscuit Recipe (Copycat) – Easy And Super Delicious!
This easy Popeyes biscuit recipe copycat makes delicious buttery biscuits that taste just like the ones at Popeye’s chicken restaurants. With only 4 ingredients, you will be surprised how easy they are to make!
4 cups baking mix (Bisquick)
3/4 cup club soda
8 oz. sour cream
1 stick butter
- Preheat oven to 400°.
- Melt butter in a 9×13 inch baking pan.
- Combine the rest of the ingredients.
- Place the dough on lightly floured surface and knead lightly.
- Pat or roll out to 1/2 inch thickness.
- Cut into biscuits with a biscuit cutter or glass.
- Place in the baking pan.
- Turn over once, making sure they are well coated in butter.
- Bake at 400° for 10-15 minutes, until golden brown.
- If you would like extra butter, you can drizzle a little melted extra butter on top.
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These are the best biscuits! They taste better the McDonalds and they were very easy to make. I loved them and so did my family. This recipe is a keeper!
They are our favorite too!
Can you freeze the biscuits? Or half the receipe? Seems like a lot for us.
I have never tried freezing them before they are baked but you can half the recipe or quarter it. If you half it you need 6 Tblsp. of club soda and if you quarter it 3 Tblsp.
This biscuits are delicious! Made them last night and they were a big hit! Mine didn’t come out as pretty as the pictures but they sure did taste good!
I made these for the first time tonight for dinner and this recipe is so simple and the biscuit was amazing! These will be my go to recipe now.
Hello. How many biscuits does the recipe make? Thanks
I depends on how thick you roll them but about 12-15.
Typo alert: the last line of the instructions talks about salad, when this is a biscuit recipe.
Thanks for letting us know Michelle.
Is there a suitable substitute for club soda? That is something I never have.
You could use maybe 7 Up or Sprite
Hi Jill, I made the Angel Biscuits from Dining 2 ebook. The recipe calls for 2 cups of warm water to dissolve the yeast, but the batter was way too wet. I wonder if that was a typo? Is the correct amount of warm water actually 1/2 cup? (Anyway, the biscuits were still good, I just had to add a bunch of extra flour. I’m sure they will be even better once once I find out the proper amount of water). Thank you very much. May God bless you, Julie.
Thank you Julie for letting us know on this. We have proof read this thing a 100 times but once in awhile after a printing there can be mistakes still. Let me give you my Angel Biscuit recipe so you can try it and I will let Tawra know about the mistake. Thanks again.
1 pkg. yeast
1/4 warm water
2 Tablespoons sugar
3 C flour
1 Tablespoon baking powder
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 C butter or margarine
3/4 C milk
Mix yeast and sugar in water. In bowl combine flour, baking powder and salt. Cut in butter until course crumbs and add yeast mix to it. Cover dough and let rise for 30 mins. Grease large baking sheet. On floured surface roll out dough about 1/2-1 in thick* and cut with cup dipped in flour to make about 3 in circles. Place on baking sheet and prick lightly with fork. Let rise 45 mins. Bake 375 degrees for 15-18 mins. Makes about a dozen.
*You can adjust the thickness if you want a little. You can use buttermilk in place of regular milk too if you want.
Will post on here as soon as I can find out what the right measurements for the book recipe is and let you know on that too.
Dear Jill, thank you for your biscuit recipe. It looks good too. I will jot it down in my book! I will check back for the measurement. By the way, I have you, your children and grandchildren on my daily prayer list. Thanks again!
Oh thank you Julie you have no idea how much you guy’s prayers mean to us and how important they are. I am so grateful that God has sent us so many sweet and great prayer warriors to “have our back”. I really don’t think people realize if it wasn’t for readers and viewers like you praying for us we could not do what we do. Can’t wait to get to Heaven to meet all you guys and give you a big hug and to thank you in person for your faithfulness and help. xoxox