Now, you know the Bisquick strawberry shortcake recipe and also some tips and some tricks! The recipe WAS on the back of the Bisquick box I bought today at Publix here in Central Florida. 7. And it is true, Sandy, you rarely find the recipe on (or inside) the box anymore. I'm wondering what has changed? Stir in the milk and melted butter with a wooden spoon until the dough just comes together. This also adds a nice sparkle and crunch. Best of all, you only need 20 minutes to make them. My Mom made our strawberry shortcake with the Bisquick Pan recipe in a 9-10 inch cakepan then, when out of the oven and still hot, she cut it crosswise, buttered up the bottom portion real good w/softened butter then poured defrosted frozen strawberries (with syrup) over it. Thank you for sharing this original "cake style" recipe instead of the individual biscuits. This recipe is a simplified twist on a classic Strawberry Shortcake, but has all the same delicious flavors. Mix in the vanilla extract and powdered sugar. 2. This was my favorite as a child. Great recipe. I never bake. Mix well until the dough becomes soft and not watery. I found the recipe I cut out from the Bisquick box. These wonderful little treats are a great way to feed a hungry crowd. This still doesn't seem like the OLD recipe from the Bisquick box. I want to make this but do you use cream cheese or cool whip between the layers? https://www.bisquick.recipes/2019/05/bisquick-strawberry-shortcakes.html My husband loved the traditional taste. This is what I grew up on as a kid, & my Grandma would make every time we had strawberry shortcake :) They no longer put this recipe on the Bisquick box unfortunately, & I've looked for it forever! Since the batter has a lot of butter, there’s no need to grease the baking sheet. 5. Thank you sooo much for this recipe! Whisk together the Bisquick mix and sugar in a large bowl. Press into ungreased pan and bake for 15-20 minutes at 400 degrees. Stir the strawberries with the sugar and set them aside. Try adding lemon juice to the strawberries for a little extra zing. :), Delicious and so flaky. Bake the shortcakes for 10 to 12 minutes, or until golden brown. Trina, thanks for the extra info. I did it in an 8 inch cake pan and baked it at 425°F for 16 minutes and it turns out perfect. Stir in the milk and melted butter with a wooden spoon until the dough just comes together. LAST MAC N CHEESE RECIPE YOU'LL EVER MAKE, EASY THANKSGIVING CRANBERRY PINEAPPLE SALAD. And like Teddi from New Jersey's mom, she would butter both layers while it was still hot. It is delicious but somehow it was a little better when mom did it. Bisquick to the rescue in this sweet treat! Don’t over mix the batter. Combine the Bisquick mix, 2 tablespoons sugar, and ⅓ cup milk in a separate bowl. Does anyone have the recipe for the bisquick strawberry shortcake pan version from A-Z? Strawberry shortcake is one of our favorite desserts of the summer. I can't seem to find any different recipes that result in a "cake" type shortcake, which in my humble opinion, is the only way to eat strawberry shortcake! Great recipe, and I did take notice that it was on the boxes of Bisquick at our local grocery store here in PA. By using The Spruce Eats, you accept our, These Fresh and Easy Strawberry Cupcakes Are Perfect for Spring, 19 Delicious Strawberry Desserts to Make This Summer, Top 17 Fresh and Delicious Strawberry Recipes, Old-Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake Biscuits, Strawberry Shortcake Made With Pound Cake. Split the shortcakes in half and add a layer of strawberries and then whipped cream. Thanks, Teddi, for posting this! Pick ripe, seasonal berries for maximum juiciness and flavor, and whip up this Bisquick strawberry shortcake in no time flat (because nobody likes hanging out by the oven when it's hot out!). The recipe was the same as above except they call for 2/3rds of a cup of milk. It matches this identically. 3. Don’t over mix the batter. It's the BEST :). You can also sub in any fresh berry like blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries. Set aside. It is the tried and true favorite shortcake of my family for when fresh strawberries and fresh peaches are in season. My mother also used to make this when I was a youngster. Another way to make the shortcakes is to make about 8 lumpy balls, place them on the baking sheet, and bake as normal. The top half was replaced, a little more butter applied and finished off the strawberries. I tried two eggs also to make it rise more and make it more cake like. Try out these shortcakes with different sliced seasonal fruit like peaches and plums. Sprinkle the tops with a little extra sugar if you like them sweet. They are very tender, so they may crumble when they are warm. A tastier treat than the whipped cream and white cake ones that you find in bakeries, restaurants and stores. I use a 8x8" pan for this recipe... or a 9x13" if I double the recipe. If you want the shortcakes to look totally uniform you can quickly roll the batter into a thick sheet and cut them out with biscuit cutters. And this recipe makes the best strawberry shortcake I have ever tasted, especially the best I have ever made. I can't believe they stopped putting it on the box! Make sure to wait for the shortcakes to cool before splitting them. Thank you for this old favorite recipe, they don't have it on the box of Bisquick that I have and I had never written it down! Brings back so many memories. Then top with the other half of the shortcake and serve immediately with extra berries and extra whipped cream if you wish. Bisquick Strawberry Shortcake is both simple and oh so tasty. My family would break them apart, put strawberries and heavy whipping cream on top. The recipe WAS on the back of the Bisquick box I bought today at Publix here in Central Florida. Beat the cream in a large bowl until soft peaks form. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned and risen. Don't over-whip the cream, as it can turn into butter very quickly after it forms soft peaks. :-) I'll keep experimenting and searching! You can also put them straight onto an un-greased baking sheet.