• Bake it all Mix

    Bake-it-all-mix

    2 cup Vegetable shortening
    9 cup All-purpose flour -- sifted
    1 tbsp Salt
    1/4 cup Double acting baking Powder*
    Blend all ingredients thoroughly store in tightly covered container. To prevent bugs, freeze for 24 hours. Use in recipes calling for Quick mix/ Bisquick.
    Comments 6 Comments
    1. mmrcva8's Avatar
      mmrcva8 -
      I use this mix for everything! I only bake in the winter so I make 1/2 a batch at a time. Still, since it is fall - may have to do the whole thing!
    1. jrofo's Avatar
      jrofo -
      Thanks for sharing! I have seen many recipes that calls for Bisquick mix and that is something that I just don't buy often.
    1. Unregistered's Avatar
      Unregistered -
      is this stored in the freezer or on the shelf?
    1. Samsmom05's Avatar
      Samsmom05 -
      Can't wait to try. Use Bisquick often for waffles.
    1. Anghrt's Avatar
      Anghrt -
      Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
      is this stored in the freezer or on the shelf?
      Shelf in an air tight container
    1. Gardenbeez's Avatar
      Gardenbeez -
      How would I use this for making pancakes?
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