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Homemade Bisquick Mix Recipe

Once you try this homemade Bisquick recipe, you won’t want to go back to the store bought version! I sure don’t at least… and I’m guessing you won’t either after you get a taste.

I’ve always enjoyed cooking from scratch, so I can’t believe it never occurred to me just how simple it would be to make some of my own mixes to keep on hand for convenience. Plus I love that I can control exactly what ingredients go into the mix — no more label reading.

I used real butter for my homemade Bisquick recipe because I like the added richness that it imparts, but you could substitute vegetable shortening or lard to customize it to your own preferences.

Homemade Bisquick Mix

Homemade Bisquick Mix

Yield: 6 cups
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 6 cups all-purpose flour, sifted
  • 3 tablespoons baking powder
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 1/2 cup cold unsalted butter

Instructions

  1. Measure the sifted flour, baking powder and salt into a large bowl. Use a wire whisk to blend thoroughly.
  2. Cut in cold butter using a pastry cutter until thoroughly incorporated. Store refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 4 months.

How much did you LOVE this recipe?

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Perhaps you’re wondering just how well this homemade Bisquick recipe will work in your traditional Bisquick recipes. I’ve successfully substituted it for store bought Bisquick in all of my favorite recipes, including these quick and delicious 15-minute homemade biscuits and this easy homemade shortcakes recipe.

What are your favorite homemade mixes to have on hand? I’m eager to try new varieties after being so successful with this one.

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Route66Kicks

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Is there an organic wheat version, that does not include enriched wheat? Health restricts reduced iron/enriched wheat. I'm hoping there is - have been searching for awhile. Thank you.

Tara @ Unsophisticook

Friday 20th of February 2015

Are you looking for a prepackaged mix with these qualities? I'm not sure if there's one available, but it seems like you could try substituting this flour in the recipe I've provided.

KateD

Friday 9th of January 2015

Your website used to show the comments - I've tried on two different browsers (IE and Chrome) and can't see them. All I get is the option to add my own comment, so I am. Looking for the previous comment you provided on how to use this homemade bisquick to make waffles. I love this recipe and lost my notes on how to make waffles. Can you please provide??

Tara @ Unsophisticook

Saturday 10th of January 2015

Sorry about that, Kate! A software update caused a glitch with the comments on my site, and I need to find someone to fix it. To make waffle batter, use 2 cups of the homemade Bisquick mix, 1 1/3 cups milk, 1 egg, and 2 tablespoons of your favorite oil (vegetable, coconut, etc.) or butter. This should make about 12 waffles.

Andrea Vaughan

Sunday 28th of September 2014

There is only one picture that I can see (except for the ads) and it is loading fine for me on my pc

Nanny

Tuesday 12th of August 2014

My husband was sure this was bisquick, that is the best proof that they are identical. Thanks for this recipe I will use it often.

Alastair

Friday 13th of June 2014

Hi all, I am so happy to find this recipe. I live in Thailand so many ingredients and most prepared mixtures are not available and since I enjoy eating European food occasionally have had to start cooking and baking. Fortunately I enjoy the challenge since recipes from scratch are a must. My first attempt with the mix, Mini Meat Loaves, which all the family enjoyed. A cross-culture success, thanks Tara.

Tara @ Unsophisticook

Friday 13th of June 2014

So glad I could help out, Alastair!