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Using Bisquick After Expiration Date

I have out of date Bisquick. Is there anything I can do with it besides throwing it away?

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January 11, 20122 found this helpful

How far out of date is it?
I have used Bisquick by adding a small amount of baking powder to it and it was fine. As long as it was bug free and not rancid smelling it should be OK. You could test it by making a small batch of pancakes or biscuits and see if it rises. If it is 6 months or more out of date add 1/2 -1 teaspoon baking powder before mixing in liquids. I freeze mine when I first bring it home, and sometimes it expires before I use it all. When it has been frozen I have used it as long as 1-1/2 years later. GG Vi

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April 6, 20170 found this helpful

2012 or 2013

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October 8, 20180 found this helpful

I too freeze my bisquick when I get home, I put it in gal freezer bag. I have never had problems with it rising for cakes or biscuits.

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I was cook for 35 yrs and find freezing flour, cornmeal and such a way to keep items fresh

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