Loved it! I have thrown so many boxes of baking mix away because I don't use that much before it expires. This way I can make what I need plus a bit more for the next time. Great mix.. tastes and cooks up just like Bisquick. Ingredients are standard staples in any pantry so save yourself a bunch of money cooks and go this route instead of giving your money away!
Really liked this mix. I used it for quick easy pizza dough. Didn't feel like making up my usual yeasty dough and wanted something different. (One 12 inch pizza: 1.5 cups of this mix and 1/3 cup hot water mixed really well and rolled out to make thin crust pizza ,was awesome. No pre-bake needed. Flattened out, topped and baked for 15 minutes, cooled on a rack. Perfect. =) Thanks for this recipe! it is a keeper!
Perfect! Just what I was looking for. I didn't want to go out and buy Bisquick. I'm even happier to avoid the shortening. Thanks!
I would rather use this than regular Bisquick. All the other copycat recipes require shortening. I like this one because it uses healthier canola oil instead.
This makes a great Christmas gift. Give to a friend and explain that it is a year's supply. When the jar you packed it in is empty, your friend brings it back for a refill. When the year is up, give your friends the recipe.
I needed to make a last-minute dessert for guests, and did not want to run to the store for Bisquick, so I found this recipe and whipped up the dessert. It worked great! And it saved me time and money! Thanks, Where's_the_Beef?, for posting this time and money-saving recipe!