Easy Home Made Bisquick with No Dairy Products or Sugar Adapted by Paulette Motzko from ThisMamaLoves.com

Above image from Pinterest.

Image below from Paulette Motzko’s busy creative kitchen.

I put the mix in a 15 cup container I got at Walmart.com.

I then put the 3 master recipes on the lid so I could just look at them easily.

I try to not cook with solid fats because I read enough nutrition books on how bad that is for you. So I substituted grapeseed oil, cuz that’s what I use but you can also substitute olive oil, canola oil, safflower oil or corn oil.

I simply just put all the dry ingredients in my KitchenAid mixer, put the whip attachment on and then drizzle the oil in.

That’s how I made this recipe my own.

Is I was “dinking around” looking at Pinterest and all the various awesome quotes and things that I am sent every day, by the Pinterest folks, and I found this fantastic Bisquick recipe from ThisMamaLoves.com.

I grew up seeing my sweet mom make pancakes with this and biscuits and a whole variety of things with Bisquick and I have a bunch of collector cookbooks from Bisquick by the Betty Crocker folks. Since I was out of it I was looking for a substitute that didn’t have buttermilk powder or nonfat dry milk powder in it- and hers doesn’t.

As I looked on the box I didn’t see that mentioned on the box of Bisquick either.

This version doesn’t have any sugar in it either, so it’s healthier and you can add your choice of sweetener and adjust it as you want to fit your own personal tastes.

  • 5 cups flour
  • 3 tablespoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup shortening or canola oil is what I’m going to use.

Mix all ingredients using a food processor or the wire whip attachment on your KitchenAid mixer like I’m going to do.


2 cups mix

1 cup milk of your choice

2 eggs or the equivalent in Vegan eggs

Mix until combined and make like you would any other pancakes.


2 cups mix

1-1/3 cups milk of your choice

2 teaspoons oil

1 egg or 1 vegan egg

Mix and cook in your greased waffle iron.


2 cups mix

2/3 cups milk of your choice