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    I Need Recipes Using Bisquick

    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.
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    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    This recipe doesn't use too much Bisquick but it's tasty.
    In the summer I like to serve it with Italian sausage, roasted peppers, sliced fresh tomotes and maybe a salad. It can be served hot or room temp and also as a side dish.

    Zucchini Casserole

    3 cups zucchini, peeled and chopped
    1 medium onion, chopped
    4 eggs
    1/4 cup veggie oil
    1/2 grated Italian cheese
    1 cup Bisquick
    1T dried Italian seasoning
    1t garlic powder
    salt and pepper

    Mix everything together and pour into a 10" greased pie pan. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes or until it is nicely browned.
    Last edited by May in Jersey; 08-24-2012 at 11:14 AM.

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    bisquick.com .... or some such will give you tons of recipes...

    Impossible Lasagne & Taco pies are both great
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    Just a simple Google search for Biquick and recipes...you will get some good ones.

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    Tried looking for recipes online. I found page upon page of biscuit recipes, but not much else. That's why I came here. I figured you might have something different.
    Life is not a movie. No one is going to yell "CUT" when you make a mistake. - Anne L. Fulton

    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    They used to have a receipe on the box for Imposible Pie. It is great. If you like quiche it is quick and easy to make. you can also change the basic ingredients to add any veggies or meat you want.

    I also make the basic biscuit and add fresh herbs to the batter.

    2 Cups broccoli florets or cauliflower
    1/3 cup chopped onion
    1/3 cup chopped green or red bell pepper
    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    1/2 cup bisquick ( original) I use the heart smart bisquick
    1 cup milk
    1/2 teasp. salt
    1/4 teasp. pepper
    2 eggs

    heat oven 400 degrees

    9" pie plate

    steam or saute the broccoli till almost tender. stir together the cooked broccoli with the other veggies and cheese and put in pie plate

    mix the remaining ingredients together and pour over veggies in pie plate

    bake for 35 to 45 minutes untill golden brown and a knife comes out clean from the center.

    Yummmmmmmm

    You can also go to Bisquick. com and find lots of great stuff!

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    Thanks May and Ube.
    Life is not a movie. No one is going to yell "CUT" when you make a mistake. - Anne L. Fulton

    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    Here is what I found for Bisquick.

    http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/...squick-recipes

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    i make a chicken and dumpling . it has recipe on package. and for biscuits i roll mine out and use cutter. and i make a peach cobbler.... all are very yummy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by new2q View Post
    oh, man. I went to this site and i just want to sart cooking. The recipes all sound so good and simple.

    Thanks so much for the original ? and the B.C. web site


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    here's a site with more recipes using bisquick'

    http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/ing...ntry/bisquick/
    Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat View Post
    here's a site with more recipes using bisquick'

    http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/ing...ntry/bisquick/
    Here's one more.
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    This is my favorite Bisquick recipe of all time! It saved me many times when my kids needed something for a bake sale---TOMORROW!!! I always had the ingredients in the house.

    This recipe makes an 8x8" pan, but can be doubled and put in a 9x13"

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease baking pan well.

    1 stick margarine
    1/2 cup sugar
    2 large eggs
    1 cup Bisquick
    2 large apples, cored, peeled and sliced thin
    1 tsp sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon mixed to sprinkle on top.

    Melt margarine and transfer to bowl. Add 1/2 cup sugar and stir until dissolved. With mixer, beat in eggs, one at a time. Beat in Bisquick mix. Fold in apples with a spoon. Turn out into well greased pan and spread evenly. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mix.

    Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. (needs longer if doubling) Cool 10 minutes in pan.
    Any kind of apple will work.

    Enjoy!
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    Easy recipe for Camp Bread...what my husband calls it. 2 cups Bisquick, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 1/4 cup fat free milk. Beat with mixer, put in buttered loaf pan, bake at 400 for 33 minutes. That temp and time work for my toaster oven so just watch and make adjustments to fit your oven.

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    go online and Google Bisquick Recipes. I do have a great Bisquick Recipe Book picked up in a thrift store... Lots of great desserts and Casserole dishes.

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    I called them once to ask if the original Biquick and the new Heart Smart Biquick are interchangeable in recipes and they told me NO, they are not. In some recipes it may work out but for the most part they are not. They then sent me a whole bunch of recipes just for the Heart Smart Bisquick in the mail, not on the internet. Don't be afraid to call them if you have questions. My favorite in the Cheddar Bay Biscuits. I add garlic and cheese to the dough and garlic to the butter to brush over the top. MMmmm, can't wait for supper tonight.
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    The Bisquick site has a LOT of excellent recipes. Also, check for current and old recipe books at book sales and amazon.com.

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    You now have recipes galore so my suggestion is to freeze the bisquick boxes.When cake mix is on sale I freeze them until I want to use it same goes for your bisquick.
    I'm an obsessive compulsive quilter and batik aholic. I make only king size quilts.

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    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.
    How about Sausage Balls?

    1 pound sausage (or 1/2 # mild and 1/2 # hot); 2 cups Bisquick; 1 # cheddar cheese, grated.
    Have grated cheese and sausage at room temperature. Knead sausage, cheese and Bisquick with hands until well mixed. Form into walnut-sized balls. Bake at 350'for 10-15 minutes.
    These can be frozen before baked or even after for left overs. Quick and easy and yummy!! Marilyn

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    I have been through grocery and retail checkout aisles that have the mini Bisquick recipe books. Try their chicken pot pies-so easy! Here is a link to sign up for recipes:

    https://www.bettycrocker.com/registe...quick_products

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    On the Betty Crocker recipe page, you will find recipes for "impossible pies" Both main dish, vegetable and desserts.
    I have tried several of them and they are wonderful and easy. They make their own crusts as they bake.
    Kaye Jacobson Salverda

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    google: coconut impossible pie
    Real easy Really yummy A long time favorite here

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    OVEN FRIED CHICKEN WITH BISQUICK.....In a 9 X 13 inch pan, melt one stick of butter or margarine. Prepare bisquick by seasoning with salt, pepper and whatever you like. Dredge chicken pieces in bisquick, lay in melted butter. BAke at 375 to 400 for 30 minutes. Place another stick of butter in pan. Turn over chicken and bake another 30 minutes. Use the drippings and baked crumbles in bottom of pan to make cream gravy. Fattening but oh so good, good, good.

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    If you go to no other site than this one, you will be busy for a long time:

    http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-...e_pies,FF.html

    I have made the Impossible Custard Pie for 35 years or more. Have made many of the other dishes.
    Hope you enjoy.

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