Gluten Free Baking Mix {Homemade Gluten Free Bisquick Recipe}

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This gluten free baking mix, also known as homemade gluten free Bisquick, makes life in the gluten free kitchen so much easier.

A year and a half ago, I wrote an ecookbook based around the concept of my homemade gluten free baking mix. This ebook was designed to make gluten free cooking quick, easy, and delicious. I know how difficult gluten free cooking can be. I need time and money saving ideas just like all of you. That is why I developed my gluten free baking mix.

This is not an all purpose gluten free flour. This is like the big yellow box you find on your grocery store shelf. That box that has been a staple in kitchens for year. This is a homemade gluten free version of that.

It took me a while to get this recipe just right, but it was so worth it. Once I got it right, I developed an ebook around it. And although I have mentioned the ebook and my GF Mixes site before, I have never shared the actually recipe for the gluten free baking mix here on my site. Today I am changing that and am sharing the recipe with you.

I think you will love this mix.

Gluten Free Bubble Pizza 2

This Bubble Pizza is made with the baking mix.

Easy Gluten Free Pizza Crust

My Easy Gluten Free Pizza Crust is also made with the mix.

Chocolate-Chip-Scones

And these Chocolate Chip Scones are again made with my homemade gluten free bisquick.

Slow Cooked Chicken and Dumplings

Slow Cooked Chicken and Dumplings are made with the mix and are in the ebook.

You are going to love this mix! It works for breakfast, main dishes, snacks, desserts and more. There are so many things you can use this mix for.

I am sharing the basic mix recipe below, but if you want more gluten free recipes that use my baking mix, be sure to get the ebook that goes along with it. It is only $2.99 on Amazon right now.

Now for the mix recipe.

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Comments

  1. This recipe is going to help so many, Lynn! So generous of you to share it with everyone independent of your cookbook. No need to buy small boxes of ready-made gf Bisquick that don’t do the same job at all as the gluten-full kind did. Kudos to you for coming up with this mix and sharing it! Just shared via social media and can’t wait to share your link with my support group members, too. :-)

    Shirley

  2. Thank you for sharing your gluten free mix recipe! I was just browsing for some good recipes that are gluten free, but my son is allergic to rice as well. Do you have any good suggestions to substitute for the white rice flour in your recipe?

    • What do you usually use in other recipes for rice flour? Sorghum may work but I have not tried it. I am thinking maybe a combination of sorghum and another grain. I would probably start with making a small batch with sorghum or another grain and see how it works. With some tweaking I think you could easily figure out something that would work without the rice flour.

  3. Can the sugar be left out or substituted with something else and retain the same quality? I’ve been told to eliminate sugar as well as gluten..

    • I have not tried it without the sugar, so I am not sure. Are you going 100% sugar free or can you use another more natural sugar in place of it?

  4. When making the mix into pizza crust, biscuits, etc how much milk or water is used? I can’t seem to have that part of recipe
    Thank you
    Kathy

  5. Thanks for the share! I was looking specifically for a recipe for a gluten-free baking mix and found your page. Hello neighbor – as I’m also in northeastern Oklahoma. I wanted the baking mix to make an “impossible pie”.

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