Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

This Bisquick-like mix is from Bette Hagman.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large bowl, whisk together all dry ingredients.
  2. Cut in the shortening until no lumps appear.
  3. Store in the refrigerator or the freezer.
Most Helpful

The best! I make a batch of this twice a month since I found it a few months ago. My son and I have celiac and this mix is a blessing. I have made pancakes, dumplings in stew, oven drop biscuits and waffles. They all tasted wonderful, even my non celiac husband approves and he is picky. I mix up the ingredients in my Kitchen Aid mixer. First I chill everything. The bowl to the mixer with the flours in it, the whisk attachment and the Crisco all in the fridge at least an hour but I do more. I drop the Crisco in pieces and start the mixer slow with the whisk attached. Gradually I speed it up to medium until the mixture looks like cornmeal and that's it. Easy peasy.

Dobergirl January 22, 2010

My sister has given up on having any bread. She will pay a ton for a mix from Trader Joes. I figued this way she can have her Bisquick and eat it to! Thank you for posting this! I tried it out and it is wonderful!

Starfire (aka Wendy) March 17, 2009

This is the best by far! I am new to gluten free cooking. Bought some from the store OMG. <br/>You would have thought it was gold dust. Found this one first not going to look any further.<br/>I mixed the first batch by hand turned out great. Tried mixing the next batch with food processor <br/>made a big ball of dough. Will not try that again.LOL Its a 10.

Lot's of Retta January 12, 2014