home > recipes > everyday cooking > make ahead mixes and meals

Homemade Bisquick Baking Mix

recipe at a glance
Rating: 4/5 4 stars
3 reviews
4 comments

ready in: under 30 minutes
serves/makes:   11.25 cups
  

recipe id: 10780

recipe tools

Printprint
Emailemail
Savesave
Photoadd photo
review it!
share this recipe:
share on facebook share on google plus share on twitter share on pinterest
save to yummly

ingredients

8 cups flour
1 1/4 cup nonfat dry milk
1/4 cup baking powder
1 tablespoon salt
2 cups shortening

directions

Combine flour, milk, baking powder and salt. Cut in shortening. Store in tightly closed container in cool place.

Use anywhere Bisquick or other biscuit baking mix is called for

added by

supersalad

nutrition

44 calories, 2 grams fat, 5 grams carbohydrates, 1 grams protein per tablespoon. This recipe is low in sodium.
Show full nutritional data (including Weight Watcher's Points ®, cholesterol, sodium, vitamins, and diabetic exchanges)

Get our best recipes delivered right to you!
Sign up for our newsletters that feature hand-picked recipes


more recipes like homemade bisquick baking mix




comments & reviews



number of 5 star votes on this recipe
00%
number of 4 star votes on this recipe
3100%
number of 3 star votes on this recipe
00%
number of 2 star votes on this recipe
00%
number of 1 star votes on this recipe
00%
number of unrated comments on this recipe4



Guest at CDKitchen.com




REVIEW: recipe rating
I used this recipe with 2 differences, and it worked out great: 1) I used canola oil instead of shortening, and store it in a zip lock in the freezer, and 2) I used 1/2 white and 1/2 wheat flour.


Guest at CDKitchen.com

Guest Foodie

COMMENT:
Shamok: lard doesn't go bad and, if vaccum sealed it should store near indefinately - air is necessary for samonila to develop.


Guest at CDKitchen.com

Guest Foodie

COMMENT:
Shamok: lard doesn't go bad and, if vaccum sealed it should store near indefinately - air is necessary for samonila to develop.


Guest at CDKitchen.com

shamoke

COMMENT:
No review but a quick question. Can this mix be stored in vacuum sealed canning jars and how long would it last on the shelf? I am putting back food stuffs for hard times and I am trying to make all the mixes I can that will be shelf stable for extended periods of time.


Guest at CDKitchen.com




REVIEW: recipe rating
I substituted butter (yes, I know it's not as healthy as some other alternatives, but I do know that it's not a transfat) and will simply store this in the refrigerator.


Guest at CDKitchen.com

Guest Foodie

COMMENT:
Why do you use shortening? It is a trans fat and definitely not good for your health.

CDKitchen Staff Reply:
Shortening can be stored at room temperature in solid form. Other ingredients would not keep their form (ie: melt) or could go rancid.




Registered Member at CDKitchen.com
Member since:
Aug 3, 2004





REVIEW: recipe rating
Following this recipe produced a mix that turned out biscuits just like Bisquick. I also substituted the mix in another "unfried chicken" recipe and it was delicious. This is a keeper. Thank you!