A quick and easy substitute for Bisquick.
A quick and easy substitute for Bisquick.
This is my "go to" recipe for making Impossible Pies. It works well for any recipe that calls for biscuit mix and includes milk. I make up a large batch of the baking mix and then freeze it. I substituted oil for the butter and I go easy on the salt.Read More
This mixed came together very well; very easy to blend using my pastry cutter. I prepared it to be used atop a casserole. It is a dish I've made for years loved by many. Unfortunately, the batter did not rise well staying virtually flat. Perhaps my baking powder was the issue? Don't know as I used it not too long ago producing a good quick bread. Won't use the recipe again.Read More
This is my "go to" recipe for making Impossible Pies. It works well for any recipe that calls for biscuit mix and includes milk. I make up a large batch of the baking mix and then freeze it. I substituted oil for the butter and I go easy on the salt.
Great Recipe I doubled it to use with Red Lobstter biscuits with 1/2 cup of cold water, and mixed in 1 cup of cheddar, brushed them with 1/4 cup butter melted with 1/2 tsp of both Italian seasoning and garlic powder and 1 tsp of parsley. baked in a 450 degree oven for 10 minutes.
Love this simple recipe! I mixed up the dry ingredients, then added melted butter along with eggs and milk to make pancakes. Wow, great results! I'll never buy bisquick again!
This mixed came together very well; very easy to blend using my pastry cutter. I prepared it to be used atop a casserole. It is a dish I've made for years loved by many. Unfortunately, the batter did not rise well staying virtually flat. Perhaps my baking powder was the issue? Don't know as I used it not too long ago producing a good quick bread. Won't use the recipe again.
Worked great and saved me. I'd rather use these ingredients than Bisquick anyway.
I used this recipe as part of another recipe, and it worked well. I appreciate having proportions for one cup of flour; it makes it easy to mix up only the amount you need for a recipe. I did this the prior day, so I still got the time benefit of a mix on the busy weeknight.
Loved this! Needed some bisquick and this worked perfectly for my sausage balls (recipe this site). Will definitely use again when I need it!
This works quit well. Cold butter seemed the easiest way to cut into the flour mixture. I made Quick Cheddar Garlic Biscuits from this site and they turned out great.
Worked great! Inexpensive, ingredients are always on hand, and no preservatives.
I don't keep/use bisquick. I like that it is 1 cup increments. This worked out perfectly.
great substitute for bisquick - quick and easy to make - will definitely use the recipie again
I use this at work when we run out of waffle/pancake mix. it's great!
I used this in a pinch after realizing I did not have enough bisquick for pancakes. Absolutely perfect! For pancakes I used oil instead of butter. Great substitute thank you.
I've used this recipe, as it, for at least a year now and it never fails. Much less expensive than a box of the retail stuff. Easy to make and the ingredients are for 1 cup only. Great when that's all you need. Just wondering though, if anyone here as added BUTTERMILK POWDER to the mix to create Buttermilk biscuits?
Oh so easy. I will never buy boxed again.
I used vegetable oil instead of butter, other than that I followed the recipe and it worked great.
This turned out great i used half all purpose flour and half white whole wheat I doubled the recipe It turned out great Thank you for your Great recipes
Much better than the box mix and no chemicle after taste.
I used the mix as a starting point for drop biscuits. Added another Tbs of butter then 1 cup of buttermilk. Just mixed by hand until combined. After the biscuits were baked I brushed them with butter that was infused with garlic and butter.
Very good substitute when in a pinch, thank you for sharing!
It was perfect and very easy to make. Used it to make The Impossible Coconut Pie which was delicious.
I am not a fan of Bisquick so was very happy to find this recipe. I have used it to make the cheddar biscuits (this site) and they turned out great. I made no changes and will make it whenever I need a biscuit mix. Thanks for sharing.
Like the ease and that I usually have all the ingredients on hand.
This is perfect for when you don't have enough Bisquick!
Great. So handy.
IT came out perfect, will definitely make my own bisquick this way again.
This worked perfectly for sausage ball recipe (x 3)
I have made it to make donuts and they were amazing
Great recipe. I used it in a recipe for coating chicken tenders and it was delicious.
My husband can’t have gluten and gluten free Bisquick is difficult to find. I used King Arthur’s Measure for Measure G F flour to make this mix. It worked perfectly. Thank you for an easy to make substitute!
Worked great! I made this to put on top of a chicken pot pie. It worked wonderfully. It rose up nicely, and the small amount of butter made it nice and flavorful.
I used this to make dumplings for chicken and dumplings for my dad on Father's Day. Quick and easy recipe and I'll definitely use it again versus buying bisquick.
This was easy and I will use it again. We weren't fond of the impossible pie I used it in, but I think this mix wasn't the downfall of it.
Great! Made the best fluffy pancakes this morning with this mix! I followed the recipe exactly and then used it to make my pancake recipe. Thank you for saving our sleepover breakfast!
These turned out amazing! They really fluffed up when cooked over soup. I made a double batch in the food processor by adding the dry ingredients, then dropping in bits of cold butter until mixed in. I poured in about a cup of milk to form a perfect dough. Make sure not to overmix or it might make the dough tough though.
This worked well to substitute for the Bisquick mix in an Immpossibly Easy pie recipe.
I was excited to see a smaller batch.. but I'm new at this.. how much liquid do I use??
this works really well.
Because I could not find bisquick in the stores at this time, I decided to try this so I could make my chicken pot pie. It turned out great and I could not tell the difference! I did have to add a little extra milk to my recipe because this is a little more than what a true cup of bisquick is. Will use this recipe again!
I used this homemade Bisquik mix for the Cheddar Bay Biscuits from this website. It worked very well, and the biscuits are delicious! I have some mix left over and hope to make some breakfast biscuits with them soon!
Perfect! Just four ingredients and I don't have to feed my family yucky chemicals found in the original stuff. Thanks!!
Thank you for this recipe! I needed a substitute for my chicken pie when I realized I was out of Bisquick! This turned out great.
I made dumplings with this mix. I added applesauce instead of butter and substituted Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 flour. Great substitute for Bisquick, especially if you only need a small amount.
I typically make a ham pie after Easter that my family loves and use Bisquick for the crust and top I had ran out and of course this year there's not a box to be found on my grocery store shelves so I found this recipe and gave it a go, made enough for 5 cups taking care to thoroughly mix it. As other reviewers have remarked it does have a much better flavor and texture making the ham pie better then ever.
Used 1 T. cold unsalted butter. Substituting for 1 cup Bisquick in recipe for “Cookies in a Hurry” by Ron Stone from Sweet Charity Houston’s Chocolate Cookbook, 1997.
Works great for baking biscuits when "Bisquick" is called for. Thanks!
I only needed half a cup so I appreciated the recipe for 1 cup. I used it to make mini muffin quiches and they turned out great!
Most any of the biscuit mix recipes on this site are good. This one for sure doesn't leave a Bisquick taste in your mouth.
I love this because it’s a great recipe that works perfectly as a Bisquick substitute, and it’s a reasonable quantity. All other biscuit mix recipes make a large amount.
Exactly as instructed, used it to make “cheddar bay biscuits”. Fabulous!
I love this recipe.
SAVED THE DAY! I was making coconut custard impossible pie when I realized I was out of Bisquick. The recipe called for 1/2 cup, so I cut this recipe in half and added it to the blender. Perfect pie! Thank you for sharing and saving my day!
I increased the servings to 16 (4 cups flour, etc.,...) and mixed it in my food processor. The butter was cold not softened. Easy peasy!
SERIOUSLY PERFECT BISQUICK! It isn't a substitute! It is the REAL thing! I made chicken and dumplings recipie direct from Betty Crocker. I used this for the rue, and the dumplings, JUST AS BETTY CROCKERS called for. Even the raw dumpling dough tasted the same! I am SHOCKED how perfect this was! If you are short on Bisquick, just use this, it is perfect!
I am considering not buying Bisquick at all anymore. The last several times I have made pancakes (using the "Ultimate" ingredients on the box) they have not been very good. I had run out of Bisquick but wanted to make a casserole so I made this recipe that called for a biscuit layer on the bottom. The Casserole recipe I was using called for 3 cups Bisquick mix and 1 cup of water, so I tripled this recipe and added the 1 cup of water. It was so delicious and way more flavorful than the Bisquick. This recipe is easy to make, and will try using this for my next batch of pancakes.
Actually liked it better than Bisquick! Easy to make and adjust.
No changes, it turned out great!
I used this for a pineapple upside down cake recipe. Way better tasting than any boxed mix in my opinion.
Worked out perfect for chicken and dumplings, and the boys were impressed with me "making bisquick from scratch" despite how much I reminded them it is easy.
I thought I was going to have to go to the store to buy Bisquick until I saw this recipe. I had all the ingredients in the house to make this. I used canola oil instead of butter as I did not have a pastry cutter to mix it in with. My milk was sour so I used Almond milk instead.I used the Bisquick substitute to make topping on an Impossible Chicken Pot Pie. It seemed to work okay, the only thing is, I think I cooked it too long, the top was dried out. Will use again but watch the time better next time. Nice that it makes a smaller quantity at a time so you can make it fresh each time you use it. Revision: Just noticed recipe does not call for milk. I must have used it for something else.
I am unable to adjust the recipe where noted. I have a recipe that calls for 1.5 c bisquick, so how much of the other ingredients to I use?