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  1. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    OMG, I am totally going to make that! I don’t have Bisquick mix, so I’ll have to see how to make my own, but it looks soooo good!

  2. McKella

    I got my nutmilk bag! Tee hee hee.

  3. Hannah

    *raises Aussie hand* What, precisely, is Bisquick? I saw it in shops all the time when I was in the States but was never quite sure… S’pose I’ll have to hang out for your homemade version, as I certainly can’t get it down here 🙂 Which is a shame, because I love me so glossy glimmering berry desserts!

  4. Hannah

    Oh, I am so anxious for berry season to be in full swing! We even get wild blackberries growing around here in abundance… I know what the first thing I want to make with them will be now!

  5. tasteofbeirut

    I have not cooked with bisquik but I love that cobbler and the ease of preparation! I will be getting a box now.

  6. Amber Shea

    Aimee—You can make your own Bisquick with 1 cup flour, 1 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp salt, and 1 Tbsp oil or melted butter/margarine. It’s just not shelf-stable, so you have to either use it right away, or store it in the fridge for a week or two :]

    McKella—That’s great! I can’t wait to see what you make with it.

    Aussie-Hannah—Mwahaha, back at you, Miss Rice Bubbles & Mars Bars! 😛 It’s just a pre-mixed baking product consisting of flour, shortening, baking powder, and salt. It’s easy to make at home, it just doesn’t keep well (see my comment to Aimee above).

    Bittersweet-Hannah—Tell me about it! Berries are easily my favorite fruits, and blackberries are my favorite berry. I’m envious of your wealth of wild ones! I hope you post a cobbler recipe this summer :]

    tasteofbeirut—I’ll refer you as well to my comment to Aimee above :] It’s very easy, not to mention more wholesome, to make a homemade Bisquick! I’d love to see how you’d make a Lebanese version of berry cobbler…