Homemade Bisquick Mix

No-Cook or Other

There's no need for a grocery store when you can make this recipe from a few simple ingredients in your home.

This is a handy mix that is easy to make and always great to have around. Most kitchens usually have these ingredients & their are so many good uses for Bisquick mix.

Thanks to copycat recipes like this one, you'll have pancakes or biscuits in no time!


6 c
all purpose flour
3 Tbsp
baking powder
1 Tbsp
1 c
crisco vegetable shortening

Directions Step-By-Step

Sift flour, baking powder & salt three times into a large bowl.

NOTE: The secret is sifting it 3 X!
Cut in the shortening with a pastry blender until mixture resembles fine crumbs.
Store mixture in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 4 months.

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Mary Nell Forester ozarklady
Oct 23, 2014
When I was growing up we called this Missouri Mix because my mother worked for the extension agency that used to give our government food and she would go our and teach people how to cook with it. This was always in our house and i have a lot of the recipes for using it making cookies, cakes and Pancakes that kind of thing. It is wonderful to have on hand and after buying just a couple of boxes of biscuit mix I just couldn't justify the price when I knew I could make it cheaper and fresher! Thanks for the reminder and to all those that haven't tried it just use your imagination. It is the basis for so many things!
Mary Nell Forester ozarklady
Oct 23, 2014
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
Joanne Hollingsworth kiliape
Sep 22, 2014
I'm saving the original box and refilling it with this recipe. That way I'll be able to keep the bag and recipes on the box.
Jacki Turner putterbug
Jul 21, 2014
I am so excited to have found this, can't thank you enough! I don't buy Bisquick but sometimes see a recipe that calls for it. This will be perfect. Again, THANK YOU!
Giselle Gonzalez chefgi
Jan 27, 2014
I have made this mix with and without Crisco. Without you can keep it in the fridge and when your ready to use add your fat, I use Coconut oil. When I've added the shortening I keep it in the freezer and use like regular Bisquick. If you want to go all the way organic, you can this recipe is pretty flexible. I hope this helps.