Homemade Bisquick Mix

Thursday, September 20, 2012

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I am not above admitting that I love the idea of boxed mixes… just add water… heat and serve… throw in  chicken … and all the rest of the open, dump, stir and serve dinners out there…

Dinner in five and one pot to wash….

But that would be too easy for me…. Lets make everything from scratch…

I’ve almost completed my arsenal of homemade mixes…. Only a few more to experiment with and I will have every pre-made mix I need to use….   

Someone adjusted the camera… and I didn’t see how lousy the pictures were till I uploaded them… so forget the grayish unappetizing photo’s.

Just pretend you went color blind for a little bit.



Flour, salt, baking powder and butter



Add all the dry ingredients together



Cube the butter and add it to your flour….




With mixer , or by hand, mix till mixture looks like sand… Store in fridge…


Homemade Bisquick Mix
5 cups flour
1/4 cup baking powder
1 tablespoon salt
1 cup butter
Mix together flour, baking powder, and salt. Cut in butter until mixture is crumbly.
Store in an airtight container for up to 6 weeks or in the freezer for longer storage.

8 comments:

kathy said...

Do you have a mail order catalog? I need every one of your mixes since I am too lazy to do anything myself. I raised you to make scratch from scratch, but I think I wore it all out. Now you need to feed me.
Mountain Mama

HaggyHouseWife said...

You also raised me to love to feed ppl.... I would LOVE to try out new recipes on you... the kids are getting tired of new things.. and Adam no longer tastes anything....

I need a new Guinea pig...

Anonymous said...

me me me me me oh please pick me...my hand is raised really really high...please can I be a guinea pig...you can mail all sorts of things these days..

Anonymous said...

I had to choose anonymous they didn't have a stalker option....ahahaaaa...oh and you owe me my lazy way back....the girls wont let me buy granola thanks to you...

Anonymous said...

1 Tablespoon salt? That seems like a lot compared to other Bisquick recipes I've seen.

HaggyHouseWife said...

Yes it does seem like a lot, but this mix makes three batches of biscuits, so that would be 1 teaspoon of salt per batch..

But not everyone is a salt fanatic like myself.. so I wouldn't see why it would hurt to lower the amount.

Beverly Green said...

Is that all purpose or self rising flour?

Beverly Green said...

Is that all purpose or self rising flour?

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