Buttermilk Baking Mix?

What is buttermilk baking mix?

By alberta from El Cajon, CA

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December 7, 20090 found this helpful

It's Bisquick. Pioneer is another brand.
Just look for buttermilk biscuit mix.

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December 7, 20090 found this helpful

I believe you can add buttermilk to bisquick. Or for more servings, buy powdered buttermilk at most grocers in baking section [near choc chips, coconut, etc], and make your own biscuit mix with a buttermilk recipe. One can would make a years supply or more of recipes for the price of one box of biscuit mix.

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August 6, 20170 found this helpful

I was looking for this because my old Betty Crocker Cookbook called for it in many recipes. It is like Bisquick or Carbquick with buttermilk powder. I found this recipe online that keeps for 3 months in your cabinet:

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August 6, 20170 found this helpful

It is Bisquick or Carbquick, baking mixes. I found a recipe online to make your own that will keep in the cabinet for up to 3 months

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December 6, 2009

Where can I find buttermilk baking mix? I would like to make the garlic cheese biscuits, but can not find the mix. Please help.

Deb from Largo, FL



Buttermilk Baking Mix

Bisquick is probably the most well known brand name of buttermilk baking mix. Jiffy is another. There are also a lot of generic store brands. I just bought Kroger's version. It is sold by the box (sometimes also in small pouches) in the baking aisle with the flour, sugar, muffin mixes etc. in every grocery store I have been in. I have also seen it in Target stores. You should be able to find it anywhere in the USA. If for some reason you can not find it you can make it from scratch: (04/18/2007)

By K

Buttermilk Baking Mix

Here is a recipe for Buttermilk Baking Mix. This is just as good as the store-bought mixes and is cheaper and fresher. I am also sending a recipe for the Cheese-Garlic Biscuits similar to Red-Lobster's.

Buttermilk Baking Mix

In a large bowl, mix all ingredients with an electric mixer until particles are small and uniform in size. Store on a shelf in a tightly-covered container. Makes 13 cups mix. Storage life is approximately 3 months.

Cheese-Garlic Biscuits.


In mixing bowl, mix together baking mix, milk and cheese until a soft dough forms, then beat vigorously 30 seconds. Drop from spoon onto un-greased baking sheet and bake at 450 degrees until golden brown, 9 to 10 minutes.

Mix together butter and garlic powder. Brush over hot biscuits and serve hot. Makes 10 - 12.

AtlantaPat (Pat in Atlanta)


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