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  • Do you know the history of Bisquick?

  • From its origin to what’s really inside the box, there are some things you might not know about this baking mix that’s been around nearly 100 years. Carl Smith created the recipe for Bisquick in 1930. He was a sales executive at General Mills, and enjoyed some delicious biscuits on a train ride to San Francisco.

  • Why did General Mills change the recipe for Bisquick?

  • The Bisquick available today is not the same one sold early on. In the late 1960s, General Mills decided to change the recipe. They wanted to make biscuits lighter and fluffier in texture.

  • Does Bisquick have a racism problem?

  • This lack of recognition is not the only problematic issue with race in the history of Bisquick. In 1933, Bisquick published Betty Crocker’s 101 Delicious Bisquick Creations, which had no images of Black people.

  • Does Bisquick have trans fats?

  • To prevent Bisquick from losing sales when trans fat became a buzz word of the worst kind, the company introduced Bisquick Heart Smart Pancake and Baking Mix. This version of Bisquick contains no trans fats.