I love that this has w/w flour in it, like some of the other chefs I used light olive oil and didn't use the salt, other than that I made it to the recipe. I will be using this again I really like it. I would have taken a picture but I had used half and put the other half in the freezer before I remembered, never mind next time, and there will be a next time. Thanks for posting.
I’m so glad to have found this recipe and I’ll be using it a lot in future to make Barb Gertz's really delicious Impossibly Easy Spinach-Parmesan Pie Impossibly Easy Spinach-Parmesan Pie, which I have just made, and most probably a heap of other dishes I haven’t yet found or tried. Like janem, I used light olive oil instead of canola oil and I cut back on the salt. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. Thank you so much for sharing this really useful recipe!
Love this! I made it as instructed except for using light olive oil instead of canola oil. I have made biscuits and muffins (Best Ever (And Most Versatile) Muffins! and Golden Pumpkin Muffins)using this mix. I have been seaching for a healthy baking mix and this is it. Thanks.
I can't believe I forgot to rate this. This is my third time making this and I think it is great. I also used 1 1/2 c white flour and 1 1/2 c wheat flour. I omitted the salt (health reasons). No more store stuff. Thanks WaterMelon.
hank you!! No shortening in the recipe list of ingredients really caught my eye as did the use of wheat flour, etc. Didn't have oat bran on hand so I whirled a small amount of old fashioned oats in a coffee mill. Very happy with the results from this mix. I, family members and friends greatly appreciate you posting this recipe. cg ;)
This is just the recipe substitute I was looking for! Thanks Watermelon! We are on a low carb-high fiber diet and this fits right in. I used 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour and 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour and it worked well. It's just great that I can still use my Bisquick recipes and not feel guilty! This one is a keeper. Carole in Orlando