4 Reviews

I needed some bisquick to make cheddar bay biscuits with, so I made this. Discovered at the last minute that I was out of shortening, so had to use butter and store the extra mix in the fridge. My biscuits turned out great! Thanks for this recipe!

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Salamanders Scribe June 29, 2010

This was just like busquick, and wasn't difficult to make. If you like the bisquick kind of buscuit, you won't be disappointed at all. I made these because I was out of the refrigerator busicuits (in a can) and I was making sausage gravy for my husband's birthday breakfast. We prefer the flaky style to the canned buscuits, but it's just a preference. I think if you like cakey biscuits, you'll love these. Thanks!

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Motherof5 February 15, 2008

I changed this recipe a bit. I omitted the dry milk because it contains the horrid Vitamin A Palmitate. I used the entire recipe at once, only adding 1 1/3 Cups of milk, in my mixer until mixed. I then took it to my counter top to knead in maybe 1/2 cup of flour, enough to roll dough a little (3/4") with my rolling pin. Cut it with a wide mouth jar canning ring, baked at 400 degrees for 14 minutes. You end up with 10 of the BIGGEST biscuits ever!!! Great recipe:) Thank you for sharing the perfect recipe! These are what my hubby calls "MAN BISCUITS" :)

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LWILLIAMSON May 20, 2007

If you don't like to spend money on the pricy Bisquick brand, this is a perfect alternative. Tastes almost identical. I have made biscuits twice this week and they've been so good! I measured out mix in two cup increments, placed in a plastic zip lock and store in the fridge. All I have to do is dump in a bowl add 2/3 cup milk (I've been adding 1/2 cup cheese too) and bake 10 minutes. Ta da! Easy Biscuits! Thank you!

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Quest4ZBest January 15, 2007
Biscuit Mix