5 Reviews

Worked extremely well!

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Weeblemeister January 09, 2010

I used this recipe for waffles. 2 c this Bisquick, 1/2 c + 2 T applesauce, 1 egg, and 1-1/3 c milk. The waffles were delicious. They were so fluffy!

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CookingSandefer March 06, 2008

Love it! I made a half batch using a white/wheat mix I buy at the store. I used oat bran and did use the fat free mayo when I mixed it up. I used it in Blender Quiche - or Whatever You Have in Your Kitchen Leftover with good success. Then I used it to make waffles. Those were excellent. I'll use this as the base for a lot of different things. Thanks for posting this one.

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ladypit May 04, 2007

I am absolutely delighted with this recipe. I never keep Bisquick on hand, this is half whole wheat and I can make it as low fat or saturated fat free as I choose. I used it in San Marcos Sunshine's Bob's No Brainer Buffet Biscuits and it was fantastic. It made light, fluffy, delicious biscuits. I used regular mayonnaise as that's what I had but I'd be willing to try it with lower fat mayo next time. I'll bet it's still marvelous.

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sugarpea March 04, 2007

YES - it does work! I used it for another recipe in RecipeZaar, an Impossible Breakfast pie & it was great! Thanks for posting a product I cannot get in France!

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French Tart September 07, 2006
Fat Free Supposed Bisquick Copycat Baking Mix