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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Taste-bud Journey: Bisquick Biscuits and Sausage Gravy

During the pandemic, I am taking taste-bud journeys as I self-isolate rather than physical journeys. Here is my adapted recipe for Bisquick Biscuits and Sausage Gravy. I halved the Bisquick biscuit recipe on the back of the box and used canned sausage gravy. I thought this tasted absolutely lovely!

This recipe only required three ingredients to make or four if you use powdered milk:

  • Half the Bisquick recipe makes 6 biscuits
  • One can of the sausage gravy was enough for four of those biscuits if you use a generous amount of gravy per biscuits
  • Then, you can use the leftover biscuits for other recipes or simply eat it with butter, honey, or jam.


  • Entire can of Libby's Country Sausage Gravy
  • 1 1/8 cup of Bisquick
  • 1/3 cup of milk

Please note: Since I don't keep milk at hand, I always mix together powdered milk and water according to the recipe on the box.

Please also note: I found the canned sausage gravy to be absolutely delicious. It reminded me of the sausage gravy that I used to sometimes get, years ago, at a weekend Shoney's Breakfast Buffet. If you are a person who likes lots of pepper, you might find this to be too bland. But for my taste buds, I found it to be just right. 



  • Step 1: Preheat oven to 450°F.

  • Step 2: To make the biscuits, use 1 1/8 cup of Bisquick and 1/3 cup of milk. Stir together until blended.

  • Step 3: Grease an oven cooking sheet. Drop the biscuits by the spoonful, a few inches apart.

  • Step 4: Bake 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.

  • Step 5: In the meantime, dump the entire contents of the Sausage Gravy into a sauce pan and cook this over medium heat.

  • Step 6: When the biscuits are done, turn off the heat of the sauce pan and oven, and serve up the desired number of biscuits and gravy onto a plate. Eat and enjoy!

Please note: I was unusually hungry; plus, my taste buds were savoring the wonderful textures and flavors of this recipe. So, I turned into "Miss Piggie" and ate four of the six biscuits I made. I kind of regretted that as I felt bloated afterward. Lol! In the future, I will only eat three at a time.


Please also note: With my two leftover biscuits, I used one to enjoy with my Spinach Artichoke dip - a mix from the freezer section of my local grocery store. The other biscuit was used to make an open-faced grilled Swiss cheese and avocado sandwich. That will be the subject of a future blog post.


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