Easy Palmetto Cheese Biscuits

Palmetto Cheese Biscuits

We saw this recipe on Pinterest and decided to put our own cheesy twist to it. They are very easy to make and taste delicious. We had to slice one in half and fill it with Palmetto Cheese with Bacon for a tasty sandwich great for any meal.


2 Cups Biscuit baking mix (Bisquick or any store brand will work)
1/2 Cup Sour Cream
1/2 Cup Sprite or 7 UP
1/2 Cup Palmetto Cheese, Original, Jalapeno or Bacon
1/4 Cup Butter, melted.

Cut the sour cream into the Biscuit mix with a fork until crumbly.
Stir in the Sprite and the Palmetto Cheese. Your mixture will be soft.
Pour butter into a 9 inch square pan.

To keep things clean, we put down two sheets of plastic wrap on the counter.
Sprinkle some of the Bisquick onto the counter so the dough doesn’t stick.
Pat your dough out on the counter until it is about the same size as your pan. Cut the dough into shapes, we just made ours into squares.
Place into the pan on top of the melted butter. Biscuits should be touching each other.
Bake at 450 for 12- 15 minutes or until golden brown.


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  1. I’m lazy, so I groaned when I saw the suggestion of the plastic wrap & transfer; I don’t have a lot of countertop space! So I’m going to melt the butter in the pre-heating pan in the oven, and just put the batter into the buttered pan. Then score or shape IN THE PAN with a bit of separation between biscuits.
    And we eat low carb, so CarbQuik is a fantastic equivalent for Bisquick. Substitute it in equal measures with Bisquick; it’s delicious!
    Plus I don’t buy flavored soft drinks, so I subbed there as well.

    Here is my modified recipe, with some LOW CARB options. Can’t wait to try these!

    2 cups biscuit baking mix (Bisquick or Carbquik*)
    1/2 cup sour cream
    1/2 cup Sprite, 7 UP, or plain seltzer water + sweetener, or lemon/lime seltzer + sweetener**
    1/2 cup Palmetto Cheese – Original, Jalapeno or Bacon
    (optional: ½ cup roasted pecans, butter-roasted if you have them, roughly chopped)
    (optional: ½ cup crushed pineapple, well drained so that it doesn’t add too much additional wetness**
    1/4 cup butter, melted (can melt it in your pre-heating oven using your 9” pan.)

    Cut the sour cream into the biscuit mix with a fork until crumbly.
    Stir in the ½ cup of Sprite or sweetened seltzer water and the Palmetto Cheese. Your mixture will be soft.
    (Pour butter into a 9” square pan if you didn’t use the one-pan melt alternative).
    Pat your dough out in your buttered pan. Cut the dough into squares, separating a bit with a spatula for a clearer break; biscuits will still be touching each other somewhat.
    Bake at 450 for 12- 15 minutes or until golden brown.

    *Netrition.com has a good price on Carbquik and one low shipping & handling charge.
    **Or substitute pineapple juice for some or all the carbonated liquid above. For low carb, omit the pineapple and juice altogether; it’s not low carb.

    • Hi Martha! If you could, please make requests for Palmetto Cheese on Kroger’s website. Inquiries go to the corporate office, so will have a better chance of getting PC to Michigan. Thank you for the help!!

    • Martha,you can always make your own Pimento Cheese.
      8oz extra sharp cheddar cheese grated
      8oz cream cheese softened
      1/2 cup mayo
      small jar pimentos (I usually use two tablespoons or so because I like less)
      Mix all together until creamy. I’ve had Palmetto Cheese and this is just as good if not better!

      • Well, Chevelle, I have always made my own. But if you want to “Kick it up a Knoch” Palmetto Cheese it is. Even the original has a hint of spice in it I can’t match.

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