Copycat Recipe: Bisquick

Does anyone else bake at one in the morning? Last night I was in the kitchen until two making copycat recipes. I think it’s the most relaxing time to bake. After a long night of baking I fall asleep so easily. This week is dedicated to copycat recipes. I will be sharing some popular recipes you all seem to love. When you make something yourself it’s so much more rewarding than going to the store and buying a dessert or dinner. My boyfriend truly appreciates everything I do for him and it just makes me that much happier when I’m in the kitchen.

*Copycat* Bisquick | Make your own Bisquick at home via Sweet as a Cookie

Bisquick can be used in so many recipes. I decided to test out my copycat recipe on pancakes. They came out perfect! Later today I plan on making some pizza biscuits for my boyfriend. If you would like to see that recipe please leave a comment down below 🙂

*Copycat* Bisquick | Make your own Bisquick at home via Sweet as a Cookie

Friday we decided to buy our cat a pet cat. Stop! I know what you’re thinking, “why in the world does your cat need a pet cat?” She didn’t need one, but she sure does love her new brother. Burger needs attention, constantly. Since I’m always in the kitchen whipping up a new recipe we thought it would be a good idea to get her a brother or a sister. We went to the pet store and saw the cutest little cat. He came home with us. They fell in love. The end.

*Copycat* Bisquick | Make your own Bisquick at home via Sweet as a Cookie

Copycat recipes are so fun. I love being able to create popular foods/treats without having to wonder what strange ingredients I am consuming from the store bought ones. Have you ever looked at the nutrition label of some of your favorite store bought foods? YIKES! I like easy meals just as much as the next person but I would rather take the time to prepare the food myself if the store bought ingredients are going to end my life sooner. Now get in the kitchen and make this super easy Bisquick Copycat.

Copycat Recipe: Bisquick
Yields 6
Homemade Biquick | It really is quick to make yourself.
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  1. 4 cups all-purpose flour
  2. 2 tbs. baking powder
  3. 1 1/2 tsp. salt
  4. 1 cup vegetable shortening
  1. In a large bowl combine flour, baking powder, and salt. Mix in shortening with a hand mixer until well blended. Store in an airtight container or ziplock baggie for weeks.
Adapted from The Best of Top Secret Recipes - Tom Wilbur
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