EZGlutenFree 10 years ago I bust this recipe out often. It’s one? of my favorite weekend brunch additions. Hope you like the recipe. Reply
I bust this recipe out often. It’s one? of my favorite weekend brunch additions. Hope you like the recipe.
No kneading! I can hardly? wait. I will be busting this out this weekend.
I had to add extra flour in the end to make them thick enough, but it ended up working though the taste was altered too much flour I guess…. I live in europe so? I cant use the mix you suggest but I followed your flour one instead, perhaps next time I’ll add less milk 🙂 either way thanks!
Sorry about your results. I just checked? the ingredients list in both the video and written recipe and they’re correctly listed the way I made the recipe.
With 2 cups of GF Bisquick and 1/3 cup of sugar as the dry ingredients being combined with 2/3 cup of milk or cream and 3 eggs as the wet ingredients I’m not sure how you ended up with a cupcake consistency.
I used a honey-crisp apple and I’m wondering if might have used an apple with a higher water content. I’m just not sure.
followed yur recipe and the dough came out? EXTREMELY wet, almost cup cake wet
I wasn’t aware that gluten free Bisquick contained gmo soy.
The ingredients listed on the box are: Rice flour, sugar,leavening (baking soda, sodium aluminum phosphate, monocalcium phosphate) Modified Potato Starch, salt, xanthan gum.
In any event to replace 1 cup of gluten free Bisquick I’d use:
2/3 cup rice flour
1/3 cup potato starch
½ tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp xanthan gum
1 tsp sugar (I’d omit the sugar if the Bisquick is being? used in a savory dish)
¼ tsp salt
Although I mostly appreciate your recipes…. we? cannot use Bisquick. It contains gmo soy. Do you have a replacement suggestion? Some of your recent recipes look wonderful but bisquick is completely out of the question here.
Thanks Angie. Hope? you’re having a good weekend.
for being GF,? these sure do look soft, tender and moist! You always impress me, Anne! ^.~
I grabbed about 6? cans today :0) The kids and I love it!!
Thanks for stopping by. ? I just put some pumpkin on my shopping list. YUM!
Another great recipe for the fall! This is my favorite time? of the year. Now off to make more Gluten Free goodies, I am on a pumpkin kick :0)
I buy it right at the local supermarket. Most online prices are pretty comparable, that is if you can get free shipping like they offer at some places like Amazon. In general gf Bisquick costs much more than regular bisquick. I use it a lot so I don’t have to blend a bunch of flours, leavening agents and xanthan gum before getting started. ? So as far as GF baking goes it’s pretty cost effective considering how versatile the product is.
I know exactly what you? mean Lila. lol
Thank you, I? appreciate you stopping by.
Thanks Brenda. This is a good one to usher? in Fall. 🙂
Thanks? so much. This one was incredible.
Thanks Stephen, I always appreciate your kind words? my friend. 🙂
where do you buy your gl bisquick the store or the internet?? where is cheaper?
they look fantastic Anne! magazine-picture perfect! ?
Scones are my favorite and these look delicious – I always try not to buy them, and now I have to try not to make them even though I have most of the ingredients lol. If I made these I’d eat half of them the? same day 🙂
Oh Anna,, this looks terrific,,, I have to try and make Scones one of these? days,.,,, I know I would love this recipe because I love Apples and Walnuts,, the glaze looks so yummy! Great job! 😉
I love? your recipe
I love French Apple Pie Anne and? I love the look of your triangular Scones 🙂 Great Recipe