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Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?

Last post Feb 07, 2006 6:53 AM by Roselle . 6 replies.


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  • Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    I was starting to make some banana bread but it calls for 2 cups Bisquick baking mix and I am about 1/4 cup short. Do you think it would be allright to just use flour for the ammount that I am short?
    Laurie
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    only 1/4 cup? Sure.
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    yes it should be fine. you could add 1/4 tea. baking powder.
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    Laurie, I found this in the search box. Hope it helps.
    Ellie



    dowie Posted on: 9/22/2004 6:01:13 PM
    #R4430121

    Bisquick Copycat Recipe

    1 tablespoon baking powder
    1 1/2 teaspoon sugar
    1 1/8 cup flour
    2 1/2 tablespoons canola oil

    Sift together powder and sugar into flour. Sift together twice into large mixing bowl.

    Slowly add oil, cutting in with pastry blender (or 2 knives), until mix is consistency of corn meal.

    Store in tightly covered container at room temperature or may be refrigerated. Spoon lightly into cup and level with spatula. Use for pancakes, waffles, biscuits, coffee cake.
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    Thanks everyone! Off to make some banana bread.
    Laurie
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    no , flour is not enough but you can make bisquick. It has flour,b.p., dryed milk, salt and lard.
    You won't want to use oil.

    If you want the recipe email me at; laverne_shirley44@yahoo.com
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  • RE: Can I substitute flour for Bisquick?
    Real bisquick has buttermilk in it--most of those copycat recipes just use dried regular milk--so they really aren't going to taste like the real thing.

    As to being 1/4 cup short? I'd probably go ahead and use some self-rising flour, and add an extra tablespoon of oil or shortening. It will be close enough if you have most of the bisquick needed.
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