Love this mix...but I want to know a recipe for dinner rolls using this...anyone have any ideas?
angela.bennett34, Georgetown , KY
I love making bicuits with this stuff! In my opinion, it makes a much better biscuit than Bisquick!
dgdeuel, Americus, GA
This is the closest to made from scratch biscuits that I have ever found! My husband can't tell the difference. I keep this on hand for biscuits, dumplings, and several other items that are wonderful.
badfoot103159, Fordyce, AR
This mix make the fluffyest biscuts I have ever seen!!!!!!
rsquinn73, Fairmont, WV
I absolutely have to keep Ginger Evans Biscuit Mix as a staple in my house. There are so many uses for this wonderful product. My favorite is making cinnamon rolls. They are so fresh and yummy! I don't usually measure when making this, so I will try to get it as close as possible. I take 2 cups Ginger Evans mix and add milk, 1/4 cup at a time to just bring mix together. Turn onto a floured counter top and knead gently until you form a ball that stays together. Don't knead too much or it will come out tough. Roll dough out to 1/4 inch thick in a rectangle. Take margerine and spread all over dough, sprinkle with brown sugar, nuts, raisins, and cinnamon. Roll up. Cut 1/2 inch slices and place on sprayed cookiie sheet. Bake at 350F for approximate 15 minutes or until they are lightly browned. Place in middle of oven or the bottoms will burn. When they just come out of the oven....ice them with a glaze of powered xxx sugar mixed with milk. Start with 1 cup of sugar and 1 tbl milk...mix to desired consistency. MMMMMmmmGood!!! I Guarantee you will keep ginger evans mix on hand!