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This Famous Restaurant Side Dish Now Comes Ready to Bake

Biscuits sit on a countertop.
Red Lobster/Amazon/Walmart

There are a lot of famous restaurant sides and appetizers, but you can only truly recreate a few from home. Now, one of them is becoming even easier to make yourself.

Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits now come in a frozen, ready-to-bake set, and it’s the easiest possible way to make this cheesy, garlic-filled side.

The new ready-to-bake option launched Oct. 25 and is available exclusively at Walmart stores and online. The best part? The pack retails for just $5, and it includes eight biscuits. They’re also outrageously simple to make.

Place the biscuits two inches apart on a baking sheet, pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, and when it’s done, add them in for 25-30 minutes. When they’re finished baking, melt some butter, add the garlic seasoning mix that comes with the pack, pour it over the biscuits, and you’ve got a restaurant-quality side with no mixing or mess required.

While the frozen biscuits are a brand-new addition to the restaurant’s grocery store line-up, this isn’t the first time you’ve been able to craft them from home. You can also opt to bake the biscuits yourself using the brand’s dry mix.

All it requires is shredded cheese, water, and butter. Combine the mix with water, cheese, and form it into balls, place on a baking sheet, and bake. Once done, add melted butter and the garlic seasoning pack, and you’re good to go.

Whether you prefer the ready-to-bake option because the idea of measuring anything makes you break out in hives or you’re just fine with a dry mix, this is one side dish that should definitely be added to your Thanksgiving dinner lineup.

[Via Elite Daily]

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