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Baking Mix by Bisquick

We’ve used Bisquick in our milk allergy home for over a decade.

But make sure you grab the right kind, some haven’t been dairy-free over the years.

box of bisquick


While I enjoy baking from scratch as much as possible,

sometimes I just need to be quick in the kitchen.

And thankfully, Bisquick has worked with our food allergies for over fifteen years.

PLEASE NOTE: Here at Milk Allergy Mom, we simply share products that work for our family. Please consult your own doctor before trying food, supplements, or other products. Also read all labels and call companies for the latest, most accurate product information.

On vacation, we always buy a box of Bisquick for pronto pancakes before heading out for big adventures.

And at Christmas, we can mass produce pancakes for 15 people like a boss with this shortcut.

Bisquick is also great for waffles, if you don’t want to make waffles from scratch

In addition to pancakes and waffles,

we easily make dairy-free strawberry short cake and chicken & dumplings with Bisquick.

ALSO NOTE: Over the years, different varieties of Bisquick have contained milk. So be sure to double-check the ingredients on each box before you purchase and use with milk allergy. 

Here are the ingredients currently on our box.


bisquick ingredients


For more info, visit the Betty Crocker website.

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Tuesday 8th of November 2016

Thanks for this comment. My kids are cassein anaphylactic. I was hoping to try bisquick. I won't for now.


Wednesday 5th of October 2016

Orange juice pancakes?! YUM!


Wednesday 5th of October 2016

That's so fun to hear, Anonymous. You sound like an awesome grandma.


Wednesday 5th of October 2016

My 4 year old grandson has a severe milk allergy and he is able to safely have Bisquick..... our pancake parties are so much fun! Thanks for all the tips!


Tuesday 17th of September 2013

Dear Milk Allergy Mom,As a mother of a 3 year old with a severe milk allergy, I was so pleased to find your blog and your commitment to your children's safety is clear. However, I just noticed the post re: Bisquick. Not sure if you noticed, but Bisquick is labeled OU Dairy. This may signal that it may be processed on equipment containing dairy, although none listed in the ingredients. Although in no way can you use the absence of "d" in Kosher labeling to mean it is safe; you certainly not say you practice strict avoidance with such said processed foods. Just something to consider if your children are that sensitive.Best of luck. Thank you for all your work in letting us moms know we are not alone:)

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