When the time comes for Prepare a batch of cookies or scones, do not worry if you've run out of the Bisquick mix. Most pancake mixes are similar to Bisquick and contain flour, yeast, salt and hydrogenated oil. The pancake mixes contain a little more sugar, thus obtaining a much sweeter end product. It works best when used to make sweet breads, such as muffins and scones, instead of salty dishes when you replace the Bisquick mix.
Measure two cups of pancake mix and add them to the bowl to mix the cookies. Add 1/2 cup of milk and other condiments, such as garlic or cinnamon (cinnamon). Mix slowly to integrate everything. Do not mix more, otherwise the final preparation will be very hard. Avoid adding sugar if the recipe indicates it.
Cover the dough with a towel and wait five minutes. This waiting time helps the dough to be tender, making it easier to stretch.
Put flour on the work surface and knead the flour until it is 1 inch thick. Cut the dough into squares or wedges, or use a cookie cutter or glass to create round cookies. Place them on a cookie sheet, leaving a space of 1 inch between each piece.
Bake for 10 to 12 minutes at 350 ºF, until golden brown. Allow the cookies to cool slightly before serving.
Serve cookies with honey or jelly to complement their sweet flavor. You can substitute with the pancake mix to prepare waffles and sweet preparations. Bisquick and most commercial pancake mixes have high amounts of sodium, as well as hydrogenated oils. Look for blends for whole pancakes or prepare your own mix for a healthier alternative. The homemade cookies are simple to prepare and have a fresh flavor and spongy texture. Try preparing your homemade cookies and avoid using commercial blends completely.