• I don’t remember what Grandma uses for her homemade biscuits but this sounds pretty darn close!

    • Hi Cassandra, I had forgotten about that, but your right, this is not far off from my memories of my grandma mix. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    I love these recipes! DIY the stuff you would normally buy. Better and cheaper. 🙂

    • This is fun one to make and have on hand Cheryl. I usually make it when I’m expecting company and want a good mix to make fun stuff with. 🙂

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    I love biscuits, whether they are made with Tea-Bisk, Bisquick, or are homemade. I’ll share this recipe with my ma!

    • I do too Lorraine. There is nothing better then a warm biscuit with butter and honey. Yum. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a clever idea, Susan!! Chapeau! Why didn’t I think of that?:-)

    • Thanks Catarina. It really does make great stuff. I have a few recipes in the works that uses this mix. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    I would love to try these biscuits. The best ones I’ve ever had were at the Tupelo Honey Cafe in Asheville, NC. I think every biscuit a try henceforward will get compared to that example of biscuit bliss.

    • I good biscuit is an amazing thing Jeri. They all use the same ingredients but it’s all in how the cook puts it together that makes all the difference.

  • Krystyna Lagowski

    Whoa, Susan, where do you come up with these?! It would never occur to me to create my own Bisquick, but your recipe makes it look easy. They say you can tell what part of the US you’re from by the way you make your biscuits – some are soft and chewy, others crisper. In Canada, I don’t think we discriminate!

    • Thanks Krystyna. Actually you kinda can. I prefer a nice light crust on the outside and tender fluffy inside. It is so yummy with butter and honey or jam.

  • Jon Jefferson

    This is a great idea. We have been looking at setting up some mixes like this for ease of use and such. One my wife has been wanting to experiment with is a gluten free flour. Something we would have on hand for making gluten free pizzas and such.

    • I love these kind of mixes. I would think a gluten free flour would work just fine. Let me know when you try it. I am also working on cake mixes (Chocolate and Vanilla). They take a bit more work. 🙂

  • Catherine Lockey

    Thanks so much for the recipe Susan and I look forward to your Danish recipe on Friday. With the holidays fast approaching, would you consider posting about pre-made soup mixes or bread mixes to give as gifts?

    • Hi Catherine, You are so welcome. The Danish recipe will out soon. It’s still taste testing stage. I think that’s a great idea. I will give that serious thought. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    What a clever idea and so much better than Bisquick because you can monitor what’s in the mix and make the required flour substitutions if you have family or friends who require gluten free mixes. I think I’m going to try this out during my weekend away with my soccer team. It’s actually a ski weekend that has people rising early, going to bed late, heading out at mid-day etc. This mix should give us the flexibility we need to make different things easily. In the interim perhaps my daughter will give it a look. 🙂

    • Hi Debra, This would perfect for that kind of thing. I can’t wait to hear the outcome with this recipe and what your daughter thinks of it. 🙂

  • Broadcasting Sunny

    I am a big fan of making things from scratch. I think it’s a lost art. I also wonder if part of our overweight problem is due to the fact that we are eating so much of our food is pre-made. I’m eager to try this – thanks for the recipe.

    • Hi There. I think you may have something there. I can’t wait to hear what you think about this recipe when you do.

  • Ashley Faulkes

    Home made is often far better. As we learned by making some of our own sirup and jam/jelly this year. We have loads of fruit around our new house and are just starting to learn what you can do with it. Grapes and pears still to come!!

    • Hi Ashley, Homemade jam and jelly’s are so awesome. They go especially well with this mix used for biscuits. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I never ever thought of making a mix like bisquick myself. To be honest I probably didn’t know I could.

    • Hi Krystle, It is really easy and really fun to make. The best part is you know what’s in it. 🙂

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  • Sarah

    That is neat!!! I’m alll for homemade, and this would be perfect for those recipes I skip because I don’t use bisquick. I’m pinning this one for later use. yay! 😀

    • That’s cool Sarah. I make a batch of this and keep in the fridge for quick biscuits, muffins ,scones and my easy coffee cake. Have some fun with it my friend. 🙂

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