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I got a good deal on two boxes of this. So on the pancakes, can I make some batter, cook and freeze for quick breakfast? Do you freeze like normal? How about the sausage balls? Any other ideas?

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I make the mix with a T of extra fat - butter or bacon grease - and cook them up, freeze the left overs. If you have an indorr (like G. Foreman) grill, they heat up beautifully in that. Otherwise, you could toast them. Then they're great for breakfast bisquits.

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When I used this, I added just alittle more liquid to pancakes. For the sausage balls, follow the online recipe on bettycrocker.com click gluten free recipes. I don't add the herbs and I use a pound of sausage instead of 8 oz because we like a lot of it in there. That is the only difference from the gluten-free recipe.

This is an awesome mix to work with. I have found, sometimes you need to "eye" the product you're working with and make adjustments. My kids loves it when I make the pizza recipe for them, but add bacon, cheese and fresh chives into a gluten-free bread..

Sorry, never froze any of it...

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I swear, please don't use it for pizza dough. It''s bad enough as bisquit mix.

Much better alternatives for pizza are Chebes , Against the Grain or Glutinos, not necessarily in that order.

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I makes perfectly acceptable pancakes or waffles. (I'm more of a waffle person, but that's just my OCD. You don't get syrup all over the plate when there are perfectly good holes to put it in.) I do prefer Hodgson Mill by far for waffles though. The waffles or pancakes, if made the right size, heat up just right in the toaster just like an Eggo.

What I love the Bisquick for is the impossible pies. The coconut one? Absolutely amazingly delicious. Quick and easy to just throw together, and bam you have a pie! I agree, the pizza dough is so far beyond horrid I wouldn't attempt to feed it to a dog.

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We made a chicken pot pie thingy with the bisquick on top. That was pretty good. The recipe on the Bisquick site uses cans of Progresso gluten-free soup so it was a bit salty.

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I picked up some gluten-free Bisquick yesterday as well. I Googled Bisquick gluten-free recipes and found some good ones on their site. I want to try the pumpkin pancakes!

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I picked up some gluten-free Bisquick yesterday as well. I Googled Bisquick gluten-free recipes and found some good ones on their site. I want to try the pumpkin pancakes!

You can add all sorts of things to your pancakes, you don't even need a recipe! I add bananas, chocolate chips, pumpkin, applesauce, chopped apples, strawberries, nuts, chocolate syrup, honey instead of sugar. Sometimes combos too. You can eyeball if it needs a little more liquid or a little less, pancakes are easy that way, and it really is a matter of preference that way too. Favorite combos are pumpkin and chocolate chips, applesauce and nuts with cinnamon, and strawberries and chocolate syrup. I like the bananas plain, then doing a chocolate nut sauce on top.

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Mmmmm sounds good. Found a recipe for sausage pancake bites that I'm going to try this weekend. It would be awesome to have a gallon bag of those frozen (yep started looking for recipe after seeing dunkin doughnut commerical).

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I've never made pizza with it, but if you use the pizza dough recipe and add bacon, cheese and fresh chives. Bake in an 8x9 pan, cut in squares. My gluten eating kids and friends love it. The impossible pies do turn out very good with this. Check out Bettycrocker online, you'll find lots of gluten-free recipes there.

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