Can I substitute Bisquick mix in recipes if I run out of flour?
Because Bisquick mix contains fat and leavening as well as flour, you can’t use it as a straight substitute in baked foods, such as cookies and cakes. However, if you want to use Bisquick mix to thicken a stew or gravy, use the same amount of Bisquick mix as you would flour. Q: How should I store Bisquick mix? A: To keep Bisquick mix fresh, store it in an airtight container or plastic bag in a cool, dry place, like on your pantry shelf. For long-term storage, keep it in the refrigerator or freezer. If frozen, bring it to room temperature before using. Q: Is Bisquick mix affected by humidity? A: Bisquick mix reacts to the environment just like any other flour-based product does. In humid conditions, you may find that doughs and batters are stickier, softer or more fluid. You can add small amounts of Bisquick mix to make the dough or batter easier to work with. Try these easy Bisquick recipes and discover the many delicious ways you can use our famous mix: Banana-Toffee Drop Scones Pizza