How to Make Your Own Bisquick® When You’ve Run Out

by 247tasty

There are certain things we want in life: love, happiness, security, and weekend pastries. It would be a step in the right direction, on all fronts, but in particular, the last one, to have a stash of a universally used baking mix. All-round baking, better known as the brand name that made the meal popular as a home staple, is just the flour mix that contains the salt, sugar, and built-in fats, so you’re there for many baking and cooking projects more than halfway around. All you have to add to such a mix is milk (who, honestly, can rely on water as the added fluid if you add dry milk powder into the mix), eggs, and perhaps oil. And while a prepared supermarket staple such as Bisquick is extremely convenient, a homemade version provides a great deal more and all the same convenience.

This is my recipe for making delicious pies. Homemade Bisquick can be used in any recipe that requires a Bisquick blend or a full-fledged baking mix in under a 5-minute space. It is perfect for pancakes, galleys, and a muffin. The waffles, cakes, and bread are authentically home-made because the ingredients are made from home. You save time in the long term only by measuring and mixing yourself in advance. It works well for any recipe that requires a cookie mix and milk. I’ve created and then freeze a big batch of the baking mix. I’ve replaced the butter with oil and I’m going on with salt easily. Enjoy creating the best cakes, bread, waffles, and etc. with your homemade Bisquick.


1 cup all-purpose flour
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon butter


1. Take the flour into a bowl and add salt and baking powder and whisk to full. Use a pastry cutter to cut butter into a flour mix until combined uniformly.

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