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Gluten Free Bisquick Prize Pack Giveaway

I recently received a complimentary Gluten-Free Bisquick Baking Mix Prize Pack, courtesy of Bisquick, through MyBlogSpark to review and share with you.

I already reviewed the gluten-free Bisquick back in July (you can read my review here), but I wanted to participate in the giveaway! :-D

The following information is from MyBlogSpark:

Introducing Bisquick® Gluten Free baking mix: the first gluten free baking mix with real melt-in-your-mouth Bisquick taste! Now, with Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix, you can make pancakes, waffles, biscuits and more, and they have never tasted so good. Since its release in 1931, Bisquick has become a trusted staple in America’s kitchens for delicious and easy-to-prepare dishes. Now the convenience of Bisquick baking mixes will be available to the gluten-free community too, so everyone can enjoy the family favorite Bisquick recipes you love like fluffy pancakes, easy pies, mouth-watering casseroles and more!

Make sure to look for Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix in the baking aisle at your local grocery store.

To find great recipe tips and ideas, visit www.bisquick.com/glutenfree. There, you’ll find countless gluten-free recipes for family favorites such as Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcakes and Gluten Free Pizza Crust, using Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix. Check back often! We’re adding more recipes every day!

In addition, you can visit http://www.myblogspark.com/uc/main/8b49/ to download a printable coupon for $1 off Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix!

Bisquick has provided me with one additional Bisquick Gluten Free prize pack to giveaway to one of my readers!

The prize pack includes a box of Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix, a pancake pan, and a pancake flipper:


To enter this giveaway, simply leave a comment to this post about:

What you would like to make (or have already made) with the new Gluten Free Bisquick?

I will use the random number generator to pick the winner on Wednesday, October 20, 2010, Good Luck! :-D

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Comments

  1. Patti S says:

    I would love to make strawberry shortcake. Yummy.

  2. Gigi says:

    I love the pancake pan, but I think I'd try the GF pizza crust first to see if I could make some nice gf/ef/df calzones! :)

  3. Jen says:

    Well Hello there stranger!!!! Been reading just not commenting. But THIS I must comment on. I have wanted some bisquick style pancakes FOREVER and the pancakes I'm making at home just aren't cutting it. I also want biscuits and beef stew. And dumplings. Oh.My.God I NEED this!!!!! :)

  4. sarah deremer says:

    Somewhere deep inside me is a southern gal just trying to get out. I would make biscuits and maybe some gravy. Hmmmmmmm

  5. Lisa Greninger says:

    I would love to try and make calzones!!!

    Love reading your blog, so helpful in our journey!!

  6. Moira says:

    I am thrilled–I used to make Bisquick strawberry shortcake as a kid, and so happy that I can restart the tradition as a gf adult!

  7. Diane says:

    I have already tried it and made biscuits for biscuits and gravy. I think that pancake pen is cool, though!!

  8. Catherine says:

    I would love to make a decent pie crust so I might be able to eat pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving.

    • Lisa says:

      Hey Catherine– I am still struggling with "real" pie crust. In the meantime I have been having my pie with cookie crumb crust. It's not exactly the same, but it works! Grind up some GF cookies (1 1/2 cups when you're done), add some melted butter (6 tablespoons or slightly less), spread it in your pie plate and bake (350 degrees for 10 minutes) and cool before adding a filling. Mi-Del brand arrowroot cookies make a pretty neutral tasting crust, but I've also used cinnamon cookies, almond cookies, and chocolate cookies. Life is short, go make pie.

  9. Teresa E. says:

    I would love to try the cinnamon cake. It sounds so yummy! Also, I have been missing biscuits and pancakes. I used to like to make pies with Bisquick (way before being diagnosed), that form their own crusts. I wonder if you could do this with the Gluten Free Bisquick.

  10. Tessa Campbell says:

    It's that time of year for making comfort foods, and at the top of my list would be chicken and biscuits!

  11. Esther says:

    I would love to try the gluten free Bisquick. Those biscuits and gravy sound yummy!

  12. Janet says:

    Gosh, I'm not sure where to start. There are so many good recipes that start with Bisquick. Hmmm, I think I'm going to have to see if the recipe book I use to have with all the Bisquick style recipes is still around. I hope it wasn't one of the things I got rid of when I discovered I couldn't eat anything with gluten in it. :-

  13. Michele White says:

    Oh my… I miss so much- I would love to make fried chicken! I miss tasty pancakes and waffles, and quiches!

  14. danyell morse says:

    I love this…it makes gluten free baking so much nicer… pizza crust come out perfect.

    Thank you so much for doing this…

  15. kelly says:

    I would like to make shortcakes! How fun!

  16. MMM….Bisquick. Gluten Free Bisquick sounds great. I can make pancakes, hambuger pie, and much more….

  17. Michelle says:

    I would love to make pancakes!!! I just had a craving this weekend. I'm new to being gluten free (1 month) and still trying to figure out the ins and outs of gluten free baking. I have had successes and failures, but I can't wait to try the gluten free Bisquick!

  18. Jessica says:

    I would make biscuits! it's the one thing i've missed most.

  19. Amy V says:

    I would like to try the garlic biscuits and cheese balls!

  20. Emily says:

    I've made chicken and dumplings, but these great tools inspire me to make pancakes!

  21. Janine says:

    My mom made a green chile casserole when I was growing up. I am going to try that first!

  22. Casey says:

    I LOVE the new GF Bisquick… it is the only pancake mix that (to me) tastes like real pancakes.

    I also use it to bread the kid's chicken fingers with and they turn out awesome every time.

  23. Laura says:

    Thank goodness, another good option! I have sooooo missed pizza since going gluten free over 1 1/2 yrs ago!

  24. Donna says:

    Just today I made garlic cheese rolls from Gluten-Free Bisquick for my hubby to accompany potato soup. Yum!

  25. Mikki says:

    I saw this at the store the other day and thought I would love to have this on hand to make muffins and stuff!

  26. Ty says:

    Pizza!!!!

  27. Kelly says:

    I would love to make a chicken pot pie now that its getting cold here in Maine.

  28. Nive says:

    Like to bake an apple pie…thanks for this giveaway…

  29. Jeri says:

    I was just diagnosed with Celiac two weeks ago so I am new to this journey. I remember making shortcake with regular Bisquick so I think I would start out making an old familiar with the gf version.

  30. Kaci says:

    I would absolutely make biscuits! Although, some waffles sound nice as well.

  31. Jeff Kitchen says:

    the shortcake … made it for my wife this year for her birthday … it was a wonderful treat for her, just having discovered her gluten issue this year, to be able to have her favorite desert for her birthday.

  32. Sarah says:

    My husband is new to being Gluten Free and this would be a great to integrate "old recipes" into the GLuten Free diet.

  33. I'd like to make Cheese Garlic Biscuits (Gluten Free) :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  34. Lara says:

    I am actually going to attempt the pizza today. That pan looks really cool :)

  35. Christy says:

    I would LOVE to make the Strawberry Shortcake! YUM-O!

  36. Cindy says:

    Definitely the strawberry shortcake!

  37. Becca says:

    Pumpkin pancakes to celebrate the fall season.

  38. Laurel says:

    Pancakes (I can't seem to make one to save my life) and biscuits, of course. I live in Waxahachie, Texas and not only can't I get the Bisquick, I also can't get the new Betty Crocker GF products even though I've requested them. I do so hate buying a case of anything from Amazon before I've tried it first, you know? Anyway, every time I see a new mainstream GF product I think about Martha Stewart a couple of years ago reneging on her promise to put out a magazine for the best prize winning idea from her staff and all the money that slipped through her hands by doing so. Yes, I know pets are more important than our children. Have you seen some of the new vegan cookbooks with special Pets/Gluten Free chapters? I just bought one (by mail so I hadn't been able to peruse it). Are these people trying to tell me something? I'm beginning to think I need to start a campaign, you know "Allergic People Have Just As Many Rights as Your Dog, Thank You Very Much" APHJAMRAYD, nope, I don't think it would catch on. Have a great day!

    • shabnem says:

      i feel your pain! my son is allergic to wheat, so i've bought countless numbers of GF cake mixes,pastas, you name it, for him. i'm lucky enough to live in california, close to a whole foods and a trader joe's, my life savers!

      anyway, i've experimented with making many cakes from scratch, and many premade GF cake mixes, and must say that the betty crocker gluten free chocolate cake mix is JUST LIKE the regular betty crocker chocolate cake mix! i must say though, that my son is also allergic to eggs, so we use EnerG egg replacer, but they are so good… good enough that my son's friends and even mine cannot tell the difference. one box makes only one dozen regular size cupcakes, and it runs about $4 a box at my local safeway. i would say it's definitely worth every penny :) many of the other mixes i've tried turn out too dense (could be the egg replacer i'm using), or crumbly and dry, not these. also , they are only good for a couple of days, and best eaten fresh. i <3 betty crocker

      • Laurel says:

        That's really good to hear as I don't do eggs either and I think they're the hardest, especially if a recipe calls for more than two. I've petitioned Trader Joe's to move to Texas but they're not listening. Funny that.

  39. LV says:

    I'm just dying to make dumplings for chicken and dumplings!

  40. Elizabeth says:

    Shortcakes. Or crumb cake. Yum.

  41. Melissa Ermel says:

    I have made waffles and they are wonderful!

  42. Shelly says:

    I've made biscuits with the GF Bisquick and my son was really happy with them! I've made a sloppy joe pie with the regular Bisquick mix and want to give that a try with the GF mix too.

  43. Tookie says:

    I would use it for chicken Pot Pie , pie crust with Thanksgiving and so much more. Thanks

  44. Jeckabee says:

    OMG! MY mom is celiac and I was just diagnosed…having bisquick would be a modern miracle, a must try!

  45. Joanna says:

    I would love to try and use this product to make a chicken pot pie!!!

  46. Samantha says:

    Biscuits – with garlic, cheese and chives. I've been craving them like crazy lately and gluten-free biscuits are really intimidating for some reason!

  47. Teresa says:

    I would make pancakes for my son who is on a gluten free dairy free diet! The pancake pan would be great too! Perfect sizes.

  48. Racheal says:

    We were camping with some friends and she pulled out her ingredients for a dutch oven friut cobbler. I was thinking great I have to be a meany and tell my boys 6 & 2 you can't have the yummy dish. but I had been to the store and seen the bisquick so I had just thrown it in the camper. My friend very kindly let me make some substitutes with my ingredients to the recipe. It was wonderful even the non-gf people thought it was good. So I would love to have more of this for those types of moments.

  49. Alicia Gebert says:

    Finally able to make my grandmothers coffee cake again. My 7 year old loves that he can enjoy that with us and of course his favorite to have dumplings again. Love the new Bisquick

  50. Lisa says:

    When I found my first box of GF Bisquick I pulled out all of my old favorite Bisquick recipes. Thanks so much Heidi for the tip to add shortening– it really performs much closer to the Glutenized Bisquick.

    I have already made: garlic and cheese biscuits, chicken fingers, impossible cheeseburger pie, impossible ham and cheese pie, apple cake, and deep dish pizza crust. In all these recipes I used Heidi's shortening-added modification for the GF Bisquick– I have not tried the recipes as they are listed on the box or on the Bisquick website.

  51. Rob says:

    I would love to make the biscuits for my wife. We are always wanting to use the jams we purchase, but can't find that one gluten free item to spread them on.

  52. Karen says:

    We really miss cinnamon raisin biscuits so I would like to give them a try!

  53. Melissa says:

    I made the mini corn dogs for my sister, sister in law and my kids and we all love, love, love them! My sister & sister in law both eat a gluten free diet and were very excited when the found out they could have yummy corn dogs again (ahh, childhood memories)!

  54. jennifer says:

    PUMPKIN PIE!!!!!!!!!!!

  55. MelissaB says:

    I made the mini corn dogs for my sister, sister in law and my kids and we all love, love, love them! My sister & sister in law both eat a gluten free diet and were very excited when the found out they could have yummy corn dogs again (ahh, childhood memories)!

  56. Jennifer C says:

    I'd love to make some chocolate chip pancakes. Yum!

  57. Sarah says:

    Awesome! I would definitely make pancakes and some biscuits too!

  58. Samantha says:

    I have made the oven fried chicken recipe (on the side of the box)–and it was a big hit with the g-free and non-g-free both in our home.

  59. Nancy says:

    Thank you so much for this giveaway!! I am especially anxious to make the gluten-free pizza and calzones. I love the pancake pen too!

  60. I would love to make creative, gluten-free pancakes like the ones shown on http://www.jimspancakes.com/. Fun to make and delicious to eat!

  61. snowygreen says:

    i would make some pumpkin pancakes!!!

  62. Amo says:

    I would love to make any of the recipes, but it would be great to make the easy french apple pie for fall! I am gf and we just put our son on a gf diet, so this would be great to win! I haven't seen it in our stores yet!

    amoeidson@yahoo.com

  63. shabnem says:

    hi! i'm going to experiment with biscuits and pie crusts, need to get crackin' for Thanksgiving!! i also need to try out making some donuts :)

    thanks!

    shabnem

  64. Allie says:

    I would LOVE to win this!!!

    I am already a pretty big fan of GF Bisquick – I'll keep experimenting with different flavors of pancakes (made apple cinnamon recently with extra apples from apple picking) and I need to make biscuits! I haven't had them in years.

    Thanks Heidi!!!

  65. Mel in Tampa says:

    I bought the Bisquick mix as soon as it was available and immediately made buscuits – they were great!! I've also made pancakes, which more than passed the taste test in my household!

  66. Rachel says:

    Aebleskivers! I love them and haven't had them in so long!!!

  67. Dori says:

    Hi!

    I have tried a bunch of recipes for gluten-free biscuits and they are all flat.

    A girl can hope, right?

  68. hannah says:

    I would love to make blueberry pancakes with it!

    aigcanada7 at hotmail dot com

  69. KrisAnn says:

    I would love to make Chicken & Dumplings. It reminds me of dinners back at home and here at college that would be amazing.

  70. Chessa says:

    I would LOVE to make biscuits so that I could have biscuits and gravy! Mmmm…biscuits….

  71. Karen says:

    I would make pancakes &/or garlic biscuits. :-)

  72. Andrea says:

    Yea!!! GF Bisquick! O the many things for which I'll use it. Pancakes, biscuits.Oh! Now I can make a pot pie or other biscuit-topped casserole for the whole family instead of 2 seperate dishes!!! Pick me, pick me!

    Andrea@Mikeal.org

  73. Staci A says:

    We've used the GF Bisquick to make crepes and to batter chicken nuggets. Yummy! I'd love to batter onion rings with it too. (I know it's not healthy, but sometimes I crave something fried!)

  74. Bethany says:

    me please pick me!!! i want to make blueberry pancakes with the mix! i live on blueberry pancakes since i've been pregnant. :-D

  75. marsha says:

    I have been trying to find the gluten free bisquick in my local markets but it isnt available yet. I would love to win the giveaway to be able to make chicken and dumplings.

  76. Niv says:

    I would definitely like to try Garlic Biscuits.

  77. adriana says:

    Some wonderful Apple cake for the fall!!! yummy.

  78. Jill says:

    Biscuits so I can make a peach shortcake! Yum!

  79. Karen Bailey says:

    I would so so so love to be able to make old fashioned biscuits and gravy for my Celiac son. I have come up with a GF sausage gravy but the biscuits have been less than stellar.

  80. Brooke says:

    What you would like to make (or have already made) with the new Gluten Free Bisquick?

    -Honestly, I just want to make pancakes. I have tried two recipes to mixed results from the child who has had to go for the most part gluten free. That and the quick pot pie that I used to make (though the cream of chicken soup would need to be re-evaluated as well). :)

  81. Tammy Frankenberger says:

    We love the GF Bisquick, and it's used at least twice a week in recipes. The pizza crust is good; the pancakes are marvelous; the coffee cake is superb; the hamburger pie is yummy. Need I say more? I just wish they sold BIGGER boxes!

    Tammy Frankenberger

    Powder Springs, GA

  82. Darcy Klier says:

    I would love to try dumplings and pancakes

  83. richelle says:

    I have made dumplings ,pot pie and pancakes. Want to make corn dog muffins. All great!

  84. Michele Woo Greener says:

    Does any one know of a good gluten-free bisquick churro recipe? I’ve looked, but I haven’t found one.

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