The Lady and Sons Cheese Biscuits

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Servings: 12
Prep Time: 10 min
Cook Time: 14 min
Difficulty: Easy

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1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
1 cup shredded Cheddar
4 cups biscuit mix
2 cups milk
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Garlic Butter, recipe follows, optional

Garlic Butter:

1/2 stick butter, melted
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder





Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray.

To a large bowl, add the cheese. Add the biscuit mix and gradually add the milk. Stir together until desired consistency is reached. Add salt and pepper, to taste. Scoop the batter with an ice cream scoop and drop onto the prepared baking sheet. Brush the biscuits with garlic butter. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes. Brush the biscuits with more garlic butter when they come out of the oven.

Garlic Butter:

In a bowl mix together the butter and garlic.

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Hello, my name is Tania and I´m a big fan of Paula´s recipes. I have a question where I can find ( here in México ) some of the products of Paula? Thanks!

By Tania Fernandez on December 28, 2012


This has worked really well for me. Sandra Lee's All Purpose Baking Mix 6 cups all-purpose flour 3 tablespoons baking powder* 1 tablespoon salt 3/4 cup shortening Directions In the bowl of a food processor combine the flour,baking powder and salt. Pulse for 15 seconds. Add the shortening and pulse until the mixture is similar in texture to cornmeal. If you do not have a food processor sift together the flour, baking powder, and salt into a large bowl. Cut in the shortening with a fork or pastry blender until the mixture is similar in texture to cornmeal. .Use in recipes that call for Bisquick or all-purpose baking mix. *Be sure baking powder is active and not out of date. (If not sure? Put about 1/2 tsp in HOT water. If it bubbles heavily, it is good, if not, toss it.)

By Brenda on November 30, 2012


There are two separate videos of Paula making the Lady and Sons Cheese Biscuits with Jellyroll on this site. The first one is missing some of the ingredients which makes it confusing. THIS is the complete video that goes with THIS recipe: Remember to do as Paula suggests: "Make this recipe your own." This means feel free to adjust and/or replace some of the ingredients to your own taste and style. And if you live alone, or there are only two people in your household, also remember that, as is, this recipe makes 12 or more biscuits and that is a LOT of biscuits to eat at one time. Happy eating, ya'll!

By JP Morgan on April 20, 2012


Mail.comVisited your buffet in Tuncia over the Christmas holidays. Please advise recipe book with recipe of biscuits served on the buffet . They were wonderful! Thanks Rita Mace

By Rita Mace on December 28, 2011


I don't often get to watch TV during the day but often DVR your show. I liked the one where you had the biscuit cookoff yesterday! However, you and your guest both made a bit tado about giving out the biscuit mix recipe and it appears (especially from your comments) no one can find it online! Could you please let us all know where that recipe can be found? Thanks!

By Maggie on September 21, 2011


I watched your show today and could not wait to get to the store to buy my ingredients. The one problem I had was finding the recipe for your biscuit mix. I used bisquick instead and my biscuits came out flat.I also saw you and your friend using flour although your recipe don't call for it. Please help me as I would really love to make the Cheese Biscuits. Thank You, Kathy Scoggins

By Kathy Scoggins on September 20, 2011


Is the BISCUIT MIX a combination of different dry ingredents that I would have at home or a purchase only from Paula's store secret combination. I was not able to find "mixture" listed as I was going over the recipes.

By Valerie Jones on September 16, 2011


Hi Paula, just wanted to write and let you know how much I love your recipes, and how much I appreciate you for sharing them with all of us. My mother died before I really got interested in cooking. I don't remember how she made a lot of her southern dishes (wish I had paid more attention). I have two of your cookbooks, I watch your shows whenever I can, and get the magazine. I want to thank you for being a geat southern cook, and helping the rest of us feel like we are. I can now make some of the foods that my mother use to make for us, especially fried chicken. Thanks a bunch! I wish you love and best dishes as well!

By Christine J Holmes on July 25, 2011


I Love Your Show PAULA. I Love to Cook good food. Homemade bread is my weakness, I'm looking forward to fixing the Cheese biscuits also.. smile smile

By Trina Sorrows on July 19, 2011


Help on episode From Ladies with Love they made the cheese biscuits and while making the recipe up they said the directions for the "biscuit mix" was on line i have tried everywhere and cannot find it. can you help me get it. I assume it is a mix they make up themselves it what it sounded like to me and I would love to have it Thank you

By ann van voorst on June 24, 2011


I made the biscuits and they turned out great. I substituted the biscuit mix with: For each 1 cup of biscuit mix use: 1 cup all purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 Tablespoon oil or butter I mixed the flour, baking powder, and salt together then added canola oil and mixed so the oil was evenly distributed--like course sand. Then I followed the rest of the recipe. I made half the recipe which yielded 6 huge biscuits (take big, rounded scoops).

By Ann on April 18, 2011


You can find the biscuit mix here:

By Jonathan Able on April 15, 2011


Your Lady & Sons Cheese Biscuits looked delicious! But I can't find the Biscuit mix recipe.I would appricate help finding it. Thanks Love your show

By Linda Symonds on April 12, 2011


I too had trouble finding the biscuit mix recipe. Instead, I found another biscuit recipe on Paula's site. I doubled the recipe to make 4 cups worth of "biscuit mix" and then followed the rest of this recipe. It turned out great! I have a house full of teen boys and the biscuits were devoured right out of the oven! Here is the recipe I used to help make the biscuits:

By Natalie on April 11, 2011


Watched that show and like all of them, you guys were having Way Too Much FUN...they look like a couple of ladies I'd like to get to know as Sisters in the Kitchen. Thank for that and all your shows Pauls, your great and I LOVE all things about you, mostly your down to earth personality...Almost reminds me of ME!

By Sherry Fouts on April 08, 2011


Love the show but searching for the buscuit mix recipe and cannot find it please help. thank you

By Chasity Austin on April 07, 2011


I watched your show this weekend and like others, am looking for the Biscuit Mix recipe that you said could be found on I cannot find it! :( Please let us know where it's located. Thanks! Can't wait to make these!!!

By Beth on April 05, 2011


I love Paula Deen...I hav e been watching her shows since 2006..and I have 2 of her cookbooks and one of the dessert books....I use her brocolli casserole recipe at all of my family and church functions...and they love love love them.....thank u Pauls...u r such an inspirtation to me....

By Judy Barron on April 03, 2011


love your show watch it every day sometimes twice a day, love you Paula.

By Anna McClintock on April 03, 2011


On the Paula's Best Dishes today (4/2/11) Paula mentioned viewers could go to and get the biscuit mix receipe but it is not there. I have also checked on this website and it is not here. HELP!! Where can I find the biscuit mix receipe that Paula uses. I would love to make her biscuits for Easter. Thank you.

By Beth Lewis on April 02, 2011

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