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Made gluten-free Bisquick Biscuits Last Night
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I did the drop recipe on the back of the box. It does call for milk, shortening and 3! eggs for two cups of mix. They were light and spongy, but with a crunchy exterior. They do taste like I remember regular Bisquick biscuits tasting, but just a tad sweeter.

BUT--it took more than half the box to make 10 very small (by my kids' account) biscuits. I normally make a full cookie sheet expecting to have 1/3 left over. That would be three boxes of this stuff. So, it's still costly. Tasty and easy, but costly for more than one gluten-free eater.

I wish they would sell in in bulk amounts.

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They do sound good. Before I waste a lot of gas looking to see if I can find it around here could you tell me if there is soy in the mix?

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Thanks for the review, I can't wait to find it. Raven, your question was answered in this thread:

No soy, but made in a facility with soy products. I am going to risk it if I find this stuff because I'm guessing the soy is from Betty Crocker's gluten-free cookie mixes which only have soy in the chocolate. SO I think it's highly unlikely a chocolate chip would find it's way into a bisquick package (of course stranger things have happened :P ). I'm also not very sensitive to soy CC the way I am with gluten.

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Thanks for the review, I can't wait to find it. Raven, your question was answered in this thread:

No soy, but made in a facility with soy products. I am going to risk it if I find this stuff because I'm guessing the soy is from Betty Crocker's gluten-free cookie mixes which only have soy in the chocolate. SO I think it's highly unlikely a chocolate chip would find it's way into a bisquick package (of course stranger things have happened :P ). I'm also not very sensitive to soy CC the way I am with gluten.

Thanks, I am not as sensitive to soy CC as gluten either but soy flour or oil will give me real issues.

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