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March 09, 2007

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Lydia

Wow, this looks delicious! I remember that old Bisquick cookbook sitting on my mother's bookshelf. I wonder what happened to it....

Mimi

Beautiful! What a lovely photo!

I have made this - back in my student days - as it was a good way to stretch vegetables. I always added a green salad, unless it was a breakfast choice.

Tanna

There must be so many editions of these Bisquick recipe books and booklets. The one I found for the spinach pie had almost no seasoning in it. Yours looks super good!

Kalyn

I think it sounds delicious (and so not South Beach friendly.) I used to have that cookbook and used to make one of those pies, but I can't remember which one. I need to figure out how to make SB approved Biquick with whole wheat flour.

Butta Buns

I dare you to make the Impossible Macaroni pie with the Cheetos on top. I triple dog dare you! I can just picture it now, one paw shaped Cheeto (they still make those?) on top of a slice of the pie amongst orange crumblies.

Oh and the spinach pie looks fantastic.

Mae

That first photo is incredible! Spinach... i love spinach. I'm pretty sure i've said it here about a hundred times already. :)

The photo speaks for itself... delicious!

s'kat

Really, that photo is tempestuous!

So... will you be making this again?

April

Hmm, I'll have to try this. I've made the Impossible cheeseburger pie for the kiddos. It's pretty good.

e

You're totally NOT kidding about crushed cheetos on top!

I've made pancakes from scratch and had them at a hundred restaurants, but I don't like any of them. The only pancake I like is a Bisquick pancake.

Alanna

That looks way prettier than I remember this guy tasting, maybe 13*20 moons ago?

sandeepa

That's neat. I bought my fist pack of Bisquick a month or so ago and made some pancakes but that's it, never used them again. Didn't even know you could do so many things with it (am I dumb ?)
This would be a good try for the rest of the pack. Thanks Sher

Callipygia

Gosh I don't remember these impossible pies, but this looks delicious. I have definitely substituted the bisquick for my dry ingredients in quick breads every once in awhile. Please try the mac and cheese with cheetos. I think it sounds brilliant.

Anh

Sher, the pie looks soo good, and your photos are very pretty! I wanna try almost all of your recipes :D

Jann

This looks so delicious-glad you sent this in to Mimi........

Lisa

Oh, yum! I want to do the Bisquick Day event, too -- you've got me thinking I'll do the Impossible Mac & Cheese Pie! I was going to just do dumplings on beef stew, like my dad would make, but the mac and cheese may win out.

Mimi

I welcome more entrants for BBMD - just let me know and I will post a link. This could be a week-long event. . .

Alisha

I can't stand the taste of Bisquick .. yuck! However, with the photo you posted of the pie I might just have to look up how to make my own baking mix to give this one a try.

sher

Lydia,

Thank you. I hope you find the cookbook, it was a lot of fun to read--lots of pictures. :)


Mimi,

Yes, I think this would be a great recipe for someone on a budget. And it's low in calories and incredibly easy to fix. So glad you thought up this event. It has struck a cord with people.


Tanna,


Thanks. I think this pie would be even better with feta cheese in it. I suddenly realized that it's very similar to Greek pastries and pie.


Kalyn,

I would bet making it up with whole wheat would work fine. There wasn't much Bisquick in the recipe.


Butta Buns,


Oh no! I've been Triple Dog Dared!!! I will have to make it! And I have never seen Cheetos shaped like paws, so I feel very deprived!

Mae,

LOL!! Yes, I love spinach too. It's so versatile...and good for us, as our moms always told us!


s'kat,

I love when my photos are tempestuous! :) I will make this again, but I will doctor it up a bit, to bump up the flavor. My Mother-in-law would like this recipe very much, especially seeing how easy it is to make.


April,

Impossible Cheeseburger Pie sounds fabulous. Anything with the words "cheeseburger" works for me.


e,

I NEVER kid about Cheetos. We must have standards in life. :):)


Alanna,

LOL!! 20 moons! Well, I think the green onions make it look pretty.


Sandeepa,

I admit, I too never really investigated doing many things with baking mixes. I just thought of pancakes. I think kids would like many of the things that Bisquick has dreamed up.


Callipygia,

I think I have to make the mac & cheese with Cheetos. :):) There are quite a number of the Impossible Pies. I was surprised at the variety.

Anh,

Thank you--I feel the same way about your recipes. They always inspire me.


Alisha,

My mom made her own baking mix and it was great. Cheaper too!

peabody

We always had Bisquick growing up too...usually just for pancakes also. I think there is nothing wrong with it from time to time...I have a box sitting in my pantry since my Hubby who is from the south loves the sausage bites you make with it.

Susan from Food "Blogga"

When I lived in North Carolina, a friend gave me a recipe very similar to this but with zucchini instead of spinach. I had forgotten about it until seeing your delicious photo! I think I'd better have a little visit with Bisquick.

Claire

This looks SOOOO good. I never buy Bisquik, but if I ever do, this is FOR SURE going to be made.

Bunty


Yes, Bisquick was always on my shelf in Arlington Hts.,Ill. I tried a few combinations with Bisquick
and the boys and Bill seemed to like them. However, when it came to pancakes, Bill used pancake mixes, no bisquick for him.MANY A BRKFS HE MADE IN WISC. FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY BY BILL !!!!!
THEY STILL TALK ABOUT PANCAKES, BACON, AND SAUSAGES
MADE BY BILL.HE LOVED TO COOK AND I WAS HAPPY TO LET HIM. LOVE BUNTY

Glenna

I can't wait to try this--with the suggestions you make. Nothing better than creamy spinach.

Ivonne

You've made the impossible very possible! I think I've only ever had Bisquick once but you've actually made me want to try it again!

Julie

I need to make that without Bisquick! It looks delicious but I don't think I'll ever use an entire box of Bisquick.

Willa

I wonder if there is a way to do it without Bisquick. I used to make the Impossible Pies when the kids were little, but now I don't do the Bisquick thing. I did find a recipe for a light wheat biscuit mix on the Hillbilly Housewife site (http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/lightwheatbiscuitmix.htm) Might have to try it!

torokilopz

Hi

Definitely nice and neat site you got there.


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