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How easy! This came in very handy for Leslie in Texas' Sausage Squares. I used all all-purpose flour, and inadvertently made it "low sodium" because I forgot to add the salt... oops. I changed the yield to 3 cups, and used butter rather than shortening (since I was going to use all of it right away, and therefore it wouldn't have to sit around and go rancid on me). Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. December 25, 2007

Wonderful and a much healthier alternative. I usually avoid recipes with Bisquick and now I don't have to! Scaled the recipe down to 2 3/4 cups and used butter for shortening in Cranberry-Apple Dessert. Will use this again! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama November 04, 2007

I love the idea of Wheat Flour. I just used whole wheat flour. I am going to use ti to Make "Recip # 11571" I don't like to buy biscuit mix. I love to use it just like to make everything I can homemade. am sorry to say that I did not like the way this turned out. I will not be making it again.

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LRMyers1968 January 16, 2008

I've never made homemade Bisquick before, but liked the idea of using pantry items to make my own rather than buying another box of something. I used regular whole wheat flour and trans fat free shortening, making a half batch. My sifter also broke halfway through the third sifting, but it still worked great in Bikini Bottom Seaweed Pie (Spinach Really) from Sponge Bob. I'm looking forward to trying it with other recipes.

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Karen67 June 08, 2007

i love making my own mixes and i love that this has wheat flour, thank you for posting dee

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Dienia B. May 03, 2006
Baking Mix Aka "bisquick"