• Jena

Biscuit mix..

Updated: Mar 16, 2020

For a while there, my family was calling me the “Mix queen” because everything I made came from a homemade mix. I bought the Make-a-Mix cookbook (around 13?) years ago, and it changed my life. Suddenly everything that was homemade had a convenience factor.

And it wasn’t long before I discovered the beauty of designing my own mixes. In fact, some times I even sell them. But usually we just give them away or eat them!

So, here’s a Biscuit Mix that I made up

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4 cups of whole wheat flour

2 cups of white flour

1 cup of coconut oil (in its solid form)

Cut the flours and oils together until they crumble. You can use a pastry cutter, your hands or a food processor.

Mix in:

1 1/2 t. baking soda

3T. baking powder

1T. salt

1 cup of buttermilk powder*

Mix all of these ingredients together and store in an airtight container for up to 3-4 months.

When you want to make biscuits:

Take 2 cups of biscuit mix and stir in (1/3 cup* of water or more if needed). Roll out the biscuit dough on a floured surface (about 1/2- 3/4″ thick) and cut into circles or cool shapes.

Bake at: 400* for 10-12 minutes.


* buttermilk powder can be found in the grocery store.

Happy winter baking!

#recipes

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