Biscuit Baking Mix

Biscuit Baking Mix

"Tami Christman of Soda Springs, Idaho needs just four common pantry staples to put together this versatile mix. 'I use it in recipes that call for store-bought baking mix,' she says. It's the key to the lightly browned biscuits as well as to the chunky dumpling soup in the recipes that follow."
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5 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine the dry ingredients. Cut in shortening until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Store in an airtight container in a cool dry place or in the freezer for up to 8 months.

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I just had to respond to Nana's Angels. I looked for a recipe for Biscuit Mix, as I want a healthier, more whole grain alternative to the boxed biscuit mix, so I will adapt this recipe. NOTE: ...

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Did I miss something? This might be a great mix, can't tell. When you do want to use this mix, how much liquid do you add,is it drop or cut, what temperature oven,and what ratio mix to liquid is...

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I just had to respond to Nana's Angels. I looked for a recipe for Biscuit Mix, as I want a healthier, more whole grain alternative to the boxed biscuit mix, so I will adapt this recipe. NOTE: ...

Did I miss something? This might be a great mix, can't tell. When you do want to use this mix, how much liquid do you add,is it drop or cut, what temperature oven,and what ratio mix to liquid is...

I was looking for a healthier biscuit mix, so I subbed half whole wheat flour and used canola oil instead of shortening. I used it in a quiche that called for biscuit mix and it turned out very...

If you go to Bettycrocker.com (they make Bisquick) they will find all the recipes that you need to use this mix

i halved this recipe, because i wasn't sure how it would turn out. this was very easy to put together in my food processor. i had to use half golden crisco and half regular to make a full cup, c...

This turned out great. I never buy biscuit mix, but needed some for Crustless Cheese Quiche from this site. I scaled this recipe way down, and it worked well for the quiche. Thanks so much : )

This is a Great recipe! However, my personal preference; I make 1 adjustment. I only use 8 cups of flour instead of 9. It just works better for what i am looking for. With the baking mix i t...

Great biscuit mix.I even used it for dumplings and they turned out great.Also keeps well in the refrigerator.Easy to make and much less expensive then buying at the store.

Great recipe. I think the poster's problem with bitter biscuits was they used baking soda instead of the baking powder called for in the recipe.

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