Homemade Bisquick Type Baking Mix
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Homemade Bisquick Type Baking Mix
Are you a fan of Bisquick, this homemade Bisquick substitute works amazingly. The homemade baking mix can be used in place of Bisquick in recipes and uses all natural ingredients.
Switching over to a more natural, less processed diet can seem overwhelming at first. Most of us are pretty busy and don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen making healthy meals for our families.
Thankfully it doesn’t have to be that hard. Many recipes we already love can be easily adapted to be less processed. Baking mix is something a lot of quick recipes use. You can make everything from biscuits to pot pies with it. However, the ingredients in a store-bought baking mix are not always the best. And best of all this is homemade Bisquick without shortening.
However, it’s very easy to make your own homemade baking mix with natural ingredients. It only takes a few minutes and can be made ahead of time and stored in an airtight container in the fridge until you are ready to use it.
Lately, I’ve been using the homemade baking mix to make muffins which I freeze and we use for Saturday morning breakfast. They make for a nice weekend breakfast treat and with this mix, they are super simple to make.
A great, natural, substitute for Bisquick.
- Mix flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt.
- Cut in cold butter with pastry cutter or fork, until mixture is crumbly.
- Store in fridge up for up to 5-6 months. It can be stored in the freezer for longer storage.
Cuisine: American This makes 3 cups of the baking mix but it’s very easy to double it. You can use it for any recipe that calls for Bisquick or baking mix.
Delicious Recipes That Use Homemade Baking Mix
These are just some of the wonderful recipes you can make with this homemade baking mix.
Keep this page saved because I add more all of the time. The list of things you can make with this homemade baking mix is endless.
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Yay! Love how simple and easy this is to make! ???? I’ll never have to buy baking mix again! :]
Right? The baking mix companies don’t want you to know just how easy it is. ????
How is it I have never seen a recipe calling for baking mix? Strange!
May have seen “Bisquick” in the recipe instead. ????
How timelessly lovely! This instantly makes me think of the kind of thing that our grandmas/great-grandmas would have gone through by the bucketful, so to speak.
Thank you for sharing your tasty, classic recipe with us.
You’re welcome! And yes past generations would have thought it was strange that we buy something so easy to make pre-made. Of course companies want us to think they are saving us so much time and work. ????
I never buy baking mix because of the hydrogenated oil in them, so I’ve just avoided making any recipes that call for a baking mix. Your recipe looks easy though…and the recipe for the cheddar biscuits looks SO good! I’ll have to make those this fall to go with some soup or chili.
I just used a similar recipe to make pancakes yesterday, but I think I like yours better.
Thanks for sharing on Creative K Kids’ Tasty Tuesdays link up. Hope to see you back next week.
I’d love to know what you think of this one compared to the other, if you use it. ????
What a wonderful idea! I need to make my own baking mix; it would make it so much easier for me to make a batch of biscuits or coat chicken, etc. if I already had some made up. Your post has been featured at the Get Your Shine On linky party and pinned to our features board. We hope you’ll join us again this week!
It is so nice and easy. I have a really wonderful recipe that will feature it coming up tomorrow, so be sure to stop back by. And thanks so much for featuring this post!
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