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Thread: I Need Recipes Using Bisquick

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    Go to Bisquick.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston1954 View Post
    We have been given several boxes of Bisquick, and I can only make just so many pancakes. Can you help me out with cobblers or cookies or something? Thanks so much.
    I go to Bisquick.com They have Great recipes.

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    Thanks so much everyone. This certainly gives me some new things to try. Getting hungry just looking at them. lol
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    Wow, thanks everyone lots of recipes you have shared with us
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    I was just in BJ's (like Costco or Sam's club) and saw a Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbook for $5.99. An entire cookbook with recipes for Bisquick!

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    I just made muffins by adding sugar and zucchini/apple/carrots/walnuts/coconut oil/vanilla and cinnamon to the gluten free Bisquick. They are good with a nice texture.

    There is an apple cake that is yummy on their site.

    Dumplings on top of stew beef or chicken. The list goes on. Biscuits for shortbread. Biscuits and honey.
    Last edited by irishrose; 09-02-2012 at 03:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029 View Post
    bisquick.com .... or some such will give you tons of recipes...

    Impossible Lasagne & Taco pies are both great
    I agree. the bisquick recipe site has lots of options. The impossible pies are so easy and delicious. There is also a very good coffee cake that I will double the topping portion of the recipe. Put half the batter in pan, half the topping then batter and finish with topping ( I love cinnamon)!

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