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Bisquick Biscuits
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This is so easy and really, really good.

Follow the recipe on the box of Bisquick Gluten Free Flour for the biscuits.

Add lots of shredded cheddar cheese or cheese blend, McCormick's Garlic Salt and Parsley and some dried Italian herbs. (when you think that you have added enough, add more)

Bake per box directions. Enjoy them or pop several in the freezer for later for a sausage/bacon and egg biscuit - for lunch or work.

They are the best I've had in years. B)

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(when you think that you have added enough, add more)

Oh yeah!!! . . . I know how to do this!! :lol:

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I've tried using the gluten-free Bisquick to make biscuits........whoever heard of using eggs in biscuits. They were NOT good. I'm from the south and need a decent biscuit recipe. Quick question..........can gluten-free flour go bad if it's been in the freezer for over two years? Mine doesn't taste like 'freezer burn' but the taste is just awful. Can't figure out if it's the flour mix or that the flour is just old. Thanks.....

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I really enjoy Bisquick biscuits too. I like to eat them with butter and honey.

USF, most gluten free recipes call for many eggs. I think it's b/c there is no gluten to hold things together and the eggs act as the binder.

Since groceries are so darn expensive, maybe starting with some fresh flour would be the best thing. That way, you are not going to make things and have to throw it away if in fact the flour did go bad.

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