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When I started having to eat gluten free, one of the things I missed most was homemade biscuits. Not any more since I came up with this recipe. When I bake a batch, my husband and I have them for that meal. He loves them, however, I freeze the remainder and pull them out 2-3 at the time and heat them up for myself only. No more sharing with him. He has to eat his own bread, which is whole wheat.
Total Time: Mix ingredients together while preheating the oven.
Yield: 15-25 depending on the size
I purchase Betty Crocker Gluten Free Bisquick from Wal-mart. It is in same section as the regular Bisquick.
Im not sure that using Diet Mountain Dew is a good idea. It contains aspartame and that dangerous when consumed warm. Maybe there is so little in the recipe that it doesnt matter, but I would switch it to regular Mountain Dew.
Thank you for that information. I researched it on line and only found that with a lot of heat aspartame will lose it's flavor but still safe to eat. I'll try the regular Mt. Dew the next time I bake them. Thanks.
You don't have to have a hot dog bun to enjoy hot dogs with everyone else. Just take a couple of these gluten free biscuits and cut them in half. Top them with a hot dog, mustard, chilli and onions and you will will have the taste of a good old fashion hot dog even if you do have to eat it with a fork.
Hungry for something really yummy that's gluten free? Cut open one of these biscuits and top it with some hot fried apples. Delicious!