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Old 01-31-2010, 01:43 PM   #1
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Short Cake

How much Bisquick batter should I put in individual ramekins for short cake?

I want to make individual servings of strawberry short cake, but the recipes that I have seen call for 9x9 pan or larger. I know if I make a big pan of it, and have it around I will just continue eating it until it's gone. If I make individual portions I can freeze them more easily, and then pull one out when I want, and not make a HOG of myself tonight.

Also, how long will they stay good for in the freezer?

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I've never made a shortcake in a pan. Mine are in biscuit form. Can you make it like that?
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Old 01-31-2010, 02:00 PM   #3
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I've never made short cake PERIOD. With well written instructions I feel like I can make just about anything.

To do in biscuit form, I assume I would just spoon portions onto a cookie sheet and bake? I actually like that plan just as well... I could still freeze them individually.

Can you give me some idea of quantity per biscuit and and cooking time?
I have a #50 disher (ice cream scooper thingy), one that appears to be the next size up but isn't labeled, and a ice cream scoop that is about twice the size of the #50.
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If you have the box of Bisquick near you it will have a recipe on it. Unfortunately, I'm out of Bisquick. I also put more sugar into my biscuit than it calls for

I feel sure you could Google Bisquick Shortcake Recipe and come up with it though.
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Thanks for the help. For some ridiculous reason, Google never occurred to me. Recipes-A-Plenty for this.
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Google is ALWAYS on my mind! LOL Good luck and enjoy your shortcake!
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