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Guess what! Bisquick makes a Heart Smart mix too! Low fat, 0g trans fat, cholesterol free with added calcium and if that is not good enough for your ultra health consciences, you can even make your own dry mix using E-Z Low Fat Bisquick Mix or Low Fat Bisquick Substitute (or do a search of your own for even more recipes for Bisquick substitutes). You don't like all purpose flour? Whole wheat is perfect for you. If you don't like sugar substitute, then use regular sugar. You too, can enjoy this delicious recipe by making it as healthy as you like by using ingredients more to your standards while you control your own hydrogenated fat content and anything else you deem unfit for human consumption or poisonous. That is the beauty of creative cooking. Btw, powdered milk is simply dehydrated milk with the fat removed. There is nothing unhealthy about it and it still contains calcium and added vitamin D in many cases. Good luck in your cooking adventures. I hope you enjoy every bite.

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Karen From Colorado February 19, 2009

These aren't healthy. Bisquick is full of junk, sugar substitutes are garbage and even the egg suggests a substitute. Sorry but I won't even try this.

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Oliver's mommy February 26, 2009

The calorie count of 26.2 calories per serving is misleading as the Bisquick mix is not calculated in these numbers as mentioned below the nutritional facts. I wonder what the true numbers are...

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Reggie's Mom March 20, 2014

I can't believe how many times you say these are 'healthy'. They are FAR from it!

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Hadiknown February 18, 2009

Funny! I told my son how unhealthy the ingredients are....

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egalindra October 27, 2008

Thought it was to good to be true 1 carb each. Counting carbs is essential for my Type1 diabetic daughter. Her sugar shot up due to just eating two of these. The carb amount obviously is incorrect, based on another review it is crazy but I don't think the bisquick is added into the nutritional info. Not cool when you're dealing with someone's health!

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mljmenz April 20, 2015

There is nothing healthy about these. Even "heart smart" bisquick is GMO, causes inflamation & not healthy. Neither is splenda, candy coating or egg substitute.I would not feed this to my family.

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Donutmail October 29, 2015

***These are very UNhealthy! So many are fooled into believing as to what is called "healthy substitutes". A few years ago I would have probably tried this myself as sweets have always been a downfall for me. Splenda is chemically made and is a toxin that many (many diabetic & calorie watchers) use today. Coconut sugar is natural, organic & has a low GI. Bisquick, wheat flour - ummm, no! Both are horrible for you unless you use an organic whole wheat non gmo certified wheat flour. Although it may state no gmo's the process in what they go through from beginning to end is scary. Wheat is not the same as it used to be people! Coconut flour is by far safer. Ghee or grass fed butter is your best choice for your stomach - please think twice and educate yourself on the truths of processed foods and sugars/sugar substitutes.

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volvogirl2469 June 25, 2015

I thought I would try this recipe even though I don't care from Splenda, and I was actually surprised! The texture is no where near a donut, but the taste is quite unique. I used the Heart Smart Bisquick and Silk Soy Milk instead of Skim. Thanks for the recipe!

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pjspelce May 31, 2011

So So So Good!! Thanks for the recipe!

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