Make Your Own Bisquick Mix - Clone, Substitute

Make Your Own Bisquick Mix - Clone, Substitute created by Outta Here

This recipe makes 12 cups and has no sodium, unless you opt to add it. This mix makes it possible to still fix those dishes which my husband loves.

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  • Mix together dry ingredients.
  • Cut in shortening until mix resembles cormeal.
  • Stores up to 6 weeks at room temperature, or FREEZE for a much longer time.
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"This recipe makes 12 cups and has no sodium, unless you opt to add it. This mix makes it possible to still fix those dishes which my husband loves."

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  1. cookin mimi
    A great substitute for Bisquick, you can add salt or salt substitute with good results. Thanks, Ruth, I'll save money by making this recipe instead of buying the pricey Bisquick!!
  2. judi413
    Why no cooking instructions, i. e. Temperature, time, etc.
  3. Outta Here
    Great substitute! I will keep a container of this in the fridge instead of that big yellow box :) Used it in recipe #364256. Made for Fall 2011 PAC game.
  4. Outta Here
    Make Your Own Bisquick Mix - Clone, Substitute Created by Outta Here
  5. ohgal
    Salt-free. That 's the reason I tried this. I tasted the mixture after adding just a half TBS. salt substitute and 1/8 cup Splenda. I made short-cakes right away because I was anxious to see how the mix would bake up. It baked up beautifully. Thanks so much for posting your recipe. It's not always easy to cook & bake salt-free & sugar-free. I have to add, the pan-cakes I made next were very nice & tasty. I used egg substitute #47200 instead of whole egg to make the pan-cakes
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