8 -1/2 cups all-purpose flour
4 tablespoons baking powder
1 tablespoon salt
2 teaspoons cream of tartar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1-1/2 cups dry buttermilk powder
2-1/4 cups canola olive oil blend or simply canola oil, drizzled in slowly, with the Kitchen Aid mixing at low speed, with the wire whip attachment on.
I mixed all my dry ingredients first in the Kitchen Aid mixer with the wire whip hook. The wire whip attachment will guarantee all the dry ingredients are evenly distributed throughout and the leavening ingredients are mixed thoroughly. Well for guarantee that the shortening or oil is mixed evenly with the dry ingredients.
You can store this on your counter in an airtight container or in your fridge, which ever you like.
Use this in place of Bisquick in recipes and also in several recipes which will be coming to the site soon. They just take my time to type!
June 14th, 2016
This recipe came from make a mix Cookbook by Harward, Westover and Eliason. Get the book because you’ll make all kinds of things out of it!
These are the complete list of things you’ll be able to make with the mix, and you’ll be able to substitute it and Bisquick recipes.
Images photographed by PauletteMotzko, Copyright June 2016