June 26, 2014

Product Review: Bakesquick Mix from Dixie Carb Counters - Made into a Cheddar Bacon Biscuit


Original 2014 post.  UPDATED IN JANUARY, 2019:  for a homemade biscuit that does not use a Bakesquick Mix be sure to check out this post!  Homemade Low Carb, Keto Cheddar Biscuit

To make a basic biscuit:
1 c Bakesquick Mix
1/2 c warm water
4 T butter
1/3 c cream

Stir just til blended.  Drop dough into mounds on a greased cookie sheet or greased muffin tins.  This will make about 10 mounds using approximately 2 heaping tablespoons batter for each.  Bake at 425 degrees for 10 minutes.  Do not over bake.

For a formed biscuit:
Reduce water by 1 tablespoon.  Hard roll 2" round balls from the dough.  Place on a cookie sheet and press down slightly to a 3" round.

For buttermilk biscuit:
Use 1/3 cup plus 1 T warm water and 1/2 cup butter milk.  This will add an extra half carb per biscuit.

Variations:  Add cooked, crumbled sausage or bacon or grated cheddar cheese to the dough before baking.

From their package:  1 biscuit; total carb = 5 g, minus dietary fiber of 3 g = a total carb per biscuit at 2 g.  0 sugar.


I don't see this on Amazon (only at Netrition) but there are a LOT of other products by the same company on Amazon:

Dixie Carb Counters Blueberry Cream Muffin Mix
Dixie Carb Counters Chocolate, Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix
Dixie Carb Counters Pizza Crust and Flat Bread Mix
Dixie Carb Counters Bun and Roll Mix
Dixie Carb Counters Apple Cinnamon Muffin Mix
Dixie Carb Counters Dine 'n Dash Cream of Mushroom Soup Mix
Carbquik Baking Mix Now in a 3 lb. Box

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