Bisquick is basically a readymade mix of fat, salt, flour and baking powder. You can make a simple substitute with common ingredients. I made this using butter. This version should be refrigerated. But if you replace the butter with a more shelf stable fat like coconut oil or lard, it will store for a longer period of time, like real bisquick. In that case, you might want to double the recipe for a larger batch to store.
What you will need
1 1/2 cup AP flour
3/4 tbsp baking powder
1/4 tbsp salt
4 tbsp butter
How to cook
Measure out your dry ingredients and place them in a mixing bowl.
Measure out your butter and dice it up.
Squish the butter into the dry ingredients until mixed well. When you squish a handful of the mix, it should form together, but break up easily.
Use in equal parts in any recipe