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To make Bisquick cheddar biscuits, combine 2 cups Bisquick mix with 2/3 cup milk and 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese to form a soft dough. Drop the dough by the spoonful onto a baking sheet. Bake the biscuits for eight to 10 minutes at 450 F until golden brown.

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To prepare Bisquick sausage cheese balls, mix Bisquick mix, sausage, cheddar cheese, Parmesan cheese, milk, rosemary and parsley together. Form the mixture into one-inch balls; then bake the balls for 20 to 25 minutes. You can bake the balls immediately or store them to bake later.

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The recipe for Bisquick sausage balls uses the biscuit mix, bulk sausage and cheese to prepare a hot appetizer for special occasions. While the recipe bakes in 25 to 30 minutes, you may need to bake the sausage balls in two or more batches.

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Paula Deen has a sausage ball recipe with Bisquick that is rated 4 out of 5 stars at FoodNetwork.com. To make this recipe, gather 1 pound of ground sausage, 3 cups of Bisquick, 4 cups of shredded cheddar cheese and 1/8 tablespoon of black pepper.

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Betty Crocker, the company that makes Bisquick, offers hundreds of Bisquick recipes on its website. Many recipe websites, such as Simply Recipes and allrecipes, also have Bisquick recipes that can be found easily by typing "Bisquick" into the search box.

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Two simple recipes to make a Bisquick-like baking mix from scratch are available from Gourmet Sleuth and Food Network. Each uses all-purpose flour, baking powder, salt and shortening. Use this mixture in recipes calling for either Bisquick or an all-purpose baking mix.

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Bisquick is a baking mix, whereas flour is a chalky powder that is made by grinding grains such as wheat, rice, oats, corn or barley. Bisquick contains a mixture of flour, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oils, baking soda, dextrose, and salt.

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To make cheddar biscuits like Red Lobster's, combine flour, baking powder and garlic salt with cold butter, shredded cheddar and buttermilk to create a thick batter. Drop the batter in mounds onto a lined baking sheet, and bake until golden brown, then brush them with a garlic and herb butter.

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The recipe for Red Lobster cheddar biscuits calls for baking mix, whole milk, cold butter, garlic, cheese, parsley flakes and salt. The butter in this recipe is used to make the biscuits a bit lighter and fluffier than they would be if the baking mix was used alone.

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In most cases, Bisquick cannot be used as a direct substitute for flour because it has a variety of additive ingredients that may alter a recipe. For example, Bisquick includes salt, oil and other ingredients such as baking soda that may cause a recipe to turn out too salty or cause the recipe to ha