Gluten-free Bisquick and Hamburger Helper

May is Celiac awareness month and there are several big events going on in both May and early June. We’ll go over those on Friday, but one of the events brings overly exciting news that just can’t wait! General Mills will test drive their new gluten-free Bisquick at the Celiac Disease Foundation Annual Education Conference. Yes, gluten-free Bisquick and Hamburger Helper is on the horizon. It will be several months before the items roll out nationwide, but they are on the way!

Here is some info from the CDF website –

Join us at the Celiac Disease Foundation Annual Education Conference & Food Faire for a hot breakfast first thing Saturday morning, May 15, 8:00 a.m.- 9:00 a.m. and be among the first to try the new Gluten-Free Bisquick pancakes with gluten-free syrup. Since it was first introduced in 1931, Bisquick pancake and baking mix has been known for making tender, delicious pancakes. Now, they are introducing a new gluten-free Bisquick that will once again bring smiles to everyone's face at the breakfast table whether you are gluten-free or not. New Gluten-Free Bisquick mix will be in stores
late this summer.

Also debuting will be the new gluten-free Hamburger Helper. Be among the first to try new gluten-free Hamburger Helper varieties at the brand's booth at the CDF Conference. This great dinner solution will be available this summer in three gluten-free flavors: Chicken Fried Rice, Cheesy Hashbrowns and Beef Fried Rice. Remember to always check labels for gluten-free wording.

hamburgerhelper2People drive to Atlanta from AL, SC and even TN to shop for gluten-free food. Now, everyone should be able to  pop into their local grocery store and buy gluten-free Bisquick and Hamburger Helper. With the new gluten-free Bisquick, it will finally be possible for people in more rural areas to make gluten-free pancakes without having to drive twenty miles (or more) or order a mix online. I am very appreciative when any of the Big 5 food companies cater to our market. My guess is that both items will be a big hit and I for one and really excited to see General Mills continuing to expand our options. What’s next – Pillsbury pop and bake cinnamon rolls?

General Mills has expressed that they care about what items we are looking for. If you want your voice to count – leave a comment below and let them know what they should be working on next!

*Per the request of my General Mills contact, the company wants to remind everyone that these new items are NOT available yet. Therefore, please make sure and read the labels of any products from the company to make sure they are gluten-free versions. The roll out of the Hamburger Helper is slated for early June and the Bisquick hits later this summer. While you’re waiting for the Hamburger Helper, the Grocery Guide has nearly thirty brands who sell ready-made meals and meal starters.


86 thoughts on “Gluten-free Bisquick and Hamburger Helper”

  1. Wow! That is great news. The more main stream products that we can have available the better. Can’t wait to see them showing up on the shelves.

    I look forward to seeing more of the Old El Paso products being certified gluten free (such as the enchilada sauce).

  2. Wow! That is great news. The more main stream products that we can have available the better. Can’t wait to see them showing up on the shelves.

    I look forward to seeing more of the Old El Paso products being certified gluten free (such as the enchilada sauce).

  3. I was delighted to see Pillsbury’s GF Brownie Mix and cake mixes on the shelf at a regular grocery story. The Brownie Mix was wonderful! But those items disappeared from the shelf, probably because they weren’t in the GF section. Too bad.

    What I’d like them to work on is a decent GF bagel. So far, every one I’ve tried looks like a bagel (i.e., round bread with a hole in it) but has none of the flavor or texture of a real bagel. Is it so hard to do?

  4. I was delighted to see Pillsbury’s GF Brownie Mix and cake mixes on the shelf at a regular grocery story. The Brownie Mix was wonderful! But those items disappeared from the shelf, probably because they weren’t in the GF section. Too bad.

    What I’d like them to work on is a decent GF bagel. So far, every one I’ve tried looks like a bagel (i.e., round bread with a hole in it) but has none of the flavor or texture of a real bagel. Is it so hard to do?

  5. Noodle dishes. Lots and lots of flavors of convenient noodle dishes. Asian style, and Italian style, especially. Also, Gluten Free Bagels that actually taste and feel like regular bagels. Plus, Donuts that actually taste and feel like donuts. That’s a biggie.

  6. Noodle dishes. Lots and lots of flavors of convenient noodle dishes. Asian style, and Italian style, especially. Also, Gluten Free Bagels that actually taste and feel like regular bagels. Plus, Donuts that actually taste and feel like donuts. That’s a biggie.

  7. That is great! can’t wait for the Buisquick mix to come out! I used to use it all the time before having to go GF. What I would like is a real tasting hot dog and hamburger roll that are not so heavy , as well as more GF cake and frosting mixes.

  8. That is great! can’t wait for the Buisquick mix to come out! I used to use it all the time before having to go GF. What I would like is a real tasting hot dog and hamburger roll that are not so heavy , as well as more GF cake and frosting mixes.

  9. Pillsbury doesn’t have gf mixes but Betty Crocker does. If your store dropped them, the manager might order them in just for you. Publix has them here but in smaller market they dropped them due to poor sales.

    Joan’s makes excellent bagels (www.gfgreatbakes.com) and Udi’s (www.udisglutenfree.con) new bagels will hopefully roll out to the East coast soon. They are now available online.

    The only decent doughnuts I’ve had are from Celiac Specialties (www.celiacspeciaties.com). We like the mini powdered doughnuts, which are like the gluten ones in the grocery store except they’re gluten-free. They don’t ship well in the summer, but they store well in the freezer.

  10. Pillsbury doesn’t have gf mixes but Betty Crocker does. If your store dropped them, the manager might order them in just for you. Publix has them here but in smaller market they dropped them due to poor sales.

    Joan’s makes excellent bagels (www.gfgreatbakes.com) and Udi’s (www.udisglutenfree.con) new bagels will hopefully roll out to the East coast soon. They are now available online.

    The only decent doughnuts I’ve had are from Celiac Specialties (www.celiacspeciaties.com). We like the mini powdered doughnuts, which are like the gluten ones in the grocery store except they’re gluten-free. They don’t ship well in the summer, but they store well in the freezer.

  11. I am all in favor of new gluten free products on the market, yet I don’t jump for joy when products that aren’t good for you to begin with are made into gluten free options. The amount of sodium and preservatives in Hamburger Helper do not make it a healthy meal for families. Although it is quick, there are much better options. We are a nation where this generation of children have the dubious distinction of being the first generation that may not outlive their parents. Obesity and Diabetes are on the rise, and it is time to look at the American diet and see what we can do to make changes. A beautiful tossed salad with vegetables and a grilled chicken breast makes a great healthy meal in as much time as it takes to make Hamburger Helper. And if it is noodles you crave, a simple olive oil and tomatoes base with fresh basil can be a wonderful addition to the dinner menu.
    Let’s encourage food manufacturers to continue to make gluten free foods, but let’s make sure we are not eating junk that won’t help our bodies fight disease.

  12. I am all in favor of new gluten free products on the market, yet I don’t jump for joy when products that aren’t good for you to begin with are made into gluten free options. The amount of sodium and preservatives in Hamburger Helper do not make it a healthy meal for families. Although it is quick, there are much better options. We are a nation where this generation of children have the dubious distinction of being the first generation that may not outlive their parents. Obesity and Diabetes are on the rise, and it is time to look at the American diet and see what we can do to make changes. A beautiful tossed salad with vegetables and a grilled chicken breast makes a great healthy meal in as much time as it takes to make Hamburger Helper. And if it is noodles you crave, a simple olive oil and tomatoes base with fresh basil can be a wonderful addition to the dinner menu.
    Let’s encourage food manufacturers to continue to make gluten free foods, but let’s make sure we are not eating junk that won’t help our bodies fight disease.

  13. I never ate Hamburger Helper before I was gluten free so I am definitely not excited about that. What I want are gluten free salad dressings, and other condiments like soy sauce and worchestershire sauce. Things that make my food taste better, but don’t make me sick.

  14. I never ate Hamburger Helper before I was gluten free so I am definitely not excited about that. What I want are gluten free salad dressings, and other condiments like soy sauce and worchestershire sauce. Things that make my food taste better, but don’t make me sick.

  15. I am so excited about the pancakes. I always make Bisquick pancakes for my kids and now I can have them again. I wonder if you can still make biscuits and other things out of the mix. Cinnamon rolls would be wonderful!!

  16. I am so excited about the pancakes. I always make Bisquick pancakes for my kids and now I can have them again. I wonder if you can still make biscuits and other things out of the mix. Cinnamon rolls would be wonderful!!

  17. Anything new is very exciting! I’ve written the Campbell Soup Co. many times asking them to develop a gluten-free cream soup. It would add a whole new dimension to casseroles for celiacs. They have never responded, so I assume they are not interested. But, I think there would be a tremendous response. Nelda

  18. Anything new is very exciting! I’ve written the Campbell Soup Co. many times asking them to develop a gluten-free cream soup. It would add a whole new dimension to casseroles for celiacs. They have never responded, so I assume they are not interested. But, I think there would be a tremendous response. Nelda

  19. Thank you General Mills for leading the way in gluten free offerings from the major manufacturers. I have tried your gluten free cake mix – it is excellent and rose higher than any gluten containing cake mix I’ve used in the past. Many gluten intolerant people also have other food sensitivities to common allergens, (mine being corn and soy), so it would be delightful to see gluten free offerings without these common allergens – for instance canola, palm, or coconut oil instead of corn or soybean oil. It is my personal opinion, from my own trial and error, that a contributing factor to food sensitivities is due to them being genetically modified. So I would also appreciate seeing more offerings with non GMO ingredients.
    Thank you for your efforts.

  20. Thank you General Mills for leading the way in gluten free offerings from the major manufacturers. I have tried your gluten free cake mix – it is excellent and rose higher than any gluten containing cake mix I’ve used in the past. Many gluten intolerant people also have other food sensitivities to common allergens, (mine being corn and soy), so it would be delightful to see gluten free offerings without these common allergens – for instance canola, palm, or coconut oil instead of corn or soybean oil. It is my personal opinion, from my own trial and error, that a contributing factor to food sensitivities is due to them being genetically modified. So I would also appreciate seeing more offerings with non GMO ingredients.
    Thank you for your efforts.

  21. I can’t wait to try the GF Bisquick. I remember how good their biscuits are and look forward to making them again. Thank you General Mills!

  22. I can’t wait to try the GF Bisquick. I remember how good their biscuits are and look forward to making them again. Thank you General Mills!

  23. There are many items that the people above are wishing were gluten free! So many main stream items are gluten free and indicate on the label..or a quick jump to their website or phone call will verify it!
    Gluten Free items: Worstershire Sauce – Lea & Perrnins
    “Soy Sauce”- Braggs Amino Acids (my family has dropped true soy sauce in favor of this.
    Chi-Chi’s salsa & Santitos Tortilla chips!
    Adelle’s sauasges
    Ball-Park hotdogs
    Bush’s baked Beans
    Idahoan instant potatoes
    Kraft Ranch Dressing
    Heinz Ketchup
    Hillshire Farms Lunchmeat
    Classico spaghetti & alfredo sauces
    Come on, don’t make this harder than it already is!

  24. There are many items that the people above are wishing were gluten free! So many main stream items are gluten free and indicate on the label..or a quick jump to their website or phone call will verify it!
    Gluten Free items: Worstershire Sauce – Lea & Perrnins
    “Soy Sauce”- Braggs Amino Acids (my family has dropped true soy sauce in favor of this.
    Chi-Chi’s salsa & Santitos Tortilla chips!
    Adelle’s sauasges
    Ball-Park hotdogs
    Bush’s baked Beans
    Idahoan instant potatoes
    Kraft Ranch Dressing
    Heinz Ketchup
    Hillshire Farms Lunchmeat
    Classico spaghetti & alfredo sauces
    Come on, don’t make this harder than it already is!

  25. I am so excited about this… not just for pancakes but ALL the other things you can make with Bisquick like pie crust, pot pies, and breakfast bakes.
    I have actually been emailing General Mills and posting comments on their Live Gluten Freely Facebook page about this very subject. They have a lot of recipes on there about desserts (which is nice, but we want actualy food recipes not just empty calories). I suggested that they add some convenience foods to their list of products (like Hamb. Helper) since it is nice to sometimes have something thrown together in a hurry. I agree with Jan and Karen above that it would be better if these were more natural ingredients and not all MSG and hydrolyzed blah, blah, blah.
    But the main point to be excited about is that this is a major company realizing that there is a huge market for these products and it is not a fad.

  26. I am so excited about this… not just for pancakes but ALL the other things you can make with Bisquick like pie crust, pot pies, and breakfast bakes.
    I have actually been emailing General Mills and posting comments on their Live Gluten Freely Facebook page about this very subject. They have a lot of recipes on there about desserts (which is nice, but we want actualy food recipes not just empty calories). I suggested that they add some convenience foods to their list of products (like Hamb. Helper) since it is nice to sometimes have something thrown together in a hurry. I agree with Jan and Karen above that it would be better if these were more natural ingredients and not all MSG and hydrolyzed blah, blah, blah.
    But the main point to be excited about is that this is a major company realizing that there is a huge market for these products and it is not a fad.

  27. I too remember all the good things I could do with Bisquick, particularly the biscuits. But my all-time favorite made with Bisquick, hands down, was dumplings!! My chicken and dumplings would come out with the biggest, lightest, fluffiest dumplings I had ever eaten – before, and definitely since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease. They were the best!! You can bet that will be the first thing I make when the new GF Bisquick hits the grocery store shelves. I can’t wait. Cheers to General Mills! I also agree with the others here about the bagels, donuts, condensed soups, noodle dishes and enchilada sauce.

  28. I too remember all the good things I could do with Bisquick, particularly the biscuits. But my all-time favorite made with Bisquick, hands down, was dumplings!! My chicken and dumplings would come out with the biggest, lightest, fluffiest dumplings I had ever eaten – before, and definitely since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease. They were the best!! You can bet that will be the first thing I make when the new GF Bisquick hits the grocery store shelves. I can’t wait. Cheers to General Mills! I also agree with the others here about the bagels, donuts, condensed soups, noodle dishes and enchilada sauce.

  29. I AM SO HAPPY!!!!! I was only diagnosed with celiac about a year ago and am still trying to work my way through what I can and can’t have. I had written to GM before asking them if they would ever come out with a gluten free all purpose baking mix like Bisquick. This is going to be so great – hopefully though the price won’t be through the roof like other GF items are.

    Thanks again! I can’t wait to make my lima bean pot pie with drop dumplings again!

    Hopefully other large companies will see what you have done and follow your lead.

  30. I AM SO HAPPY!!!!! I was only diagnosed with celiac about a year ago and am still trying to work my way through what I can and can’t have. I had written to GM before asking them if they would ever come out with a gluten free all purpose baking mix like Bisquick. This is going to be so great – hopefully though the price won’t be through the roof like other GF items are.

    Thanks again! I can’t wait to make my lima bean pot pie with drop dumplings again!

    Hopefully other large companies will see what you have done and follow your lead.

  31. I wish there were more gluten free “grab n’ go” items that were similar to Top Ramen noodles. I know that Thai Kitchen has some offerings that are similar, but they just aren’t as good as basic, Top Ramen simplicity. Also, I truly miss gluten free graham crackers. I have found brands that have all the graham flavor in their cookies, but what about for s’mores?! I need them in cracker form!

  32. I wish there were more gluten free “grab n’ go” items that were similar to Top Ramen noodles. I know that Thai Kitchen has some offerings that are similar, but they just aren’t as good as basic, Top Ramen simplicity. Also, I truly miss gluten free graham crackers. I have found brands that have all the graham flavor in their cookies, but what about for s’mores?! I need them in cracker form!

  33. This is great news. My family relies on Chex cereal. It is great to be able to buy mainstream foods and not have to make an additional stop (which we aren’t doing as much because of time).
    I look forward to this. All of my old recipes can be used again.

  34. This is great news. My family relies on Chex cereal. It is great to be able to buy mainstream foods and not have to make an additional stop (which we aren’t doing as much because of time).
    I look forward to this. All of my old recipes can be used again.

  35. I don’t see what the fuss is about. If you want gf Bisquick, google “Make your own Bisquick.” All you do is mix flour with shortening, baking powder, baking soda, salt,and sugar. I just use a gf flour blend (betterbatter works well) instead of regular flour, It works just fine.

  36. I don’t see what the fuss is about. If you want gf Bisquick, google “Make your own Bisquick.” All you do is mix flour with shortening, baking powder, baking soda, salt,and sugar. I just use a gf flour blend (betterbatter works well) instead of regular flour, It works just fine.

  37. I can’t wait for the gluten-free Bisquick. I used to use it all of the time for a starter for many recipes. One of my favorite cookbooks was the Bisquick cookbook and I hope the new gluten-free version will be as versatile as the other one and I can once again use it for those favorite recipes. I know I could experiment and make my own mix, but I’m really not much into cooking and like the convenience of having a ready-made mix to start with. The Betty Crocker mixes are very good and even though I don’t allow myself to have them too often, it’s nice to know that I CAN! Thank you General Mills for thinking of us when expanding your gluten-free line of foods.

  38. I can’t wait for the gluten-free Bisquick. I used to use it all of the time for a starter for many recipes. One of my favorite cookbooks was the Bisquick cookbook and I hope the new gluten-free version will be as versatile as the other one and I can once again use it for those favorite recipes. I know I could experiment and make my own mix, but I’m really not much into cooking and like the convenience of having a ready-made mix to start with. The Betty Crocker mixes are very good and even though I don’t allow myself to have them too often, it’s nice to know that I CAN! Thank you General Mills for thinking of us when expanding your gluten-free line of foods.

  39. Any mainstream gluten free items that I can find at the grocery store are so appreciated! Thank you for making the effort to provide gluten free foods for people with Celiac Disease like my daughter. We would like to see some common foods, such as macaroni and cheese, frozen dinners, bread crumbs, pie crusts, pizzas, etc., that are gluten free and affordable for average families. Thank you for listening.

  40. Any mainstream gluten free items that I can find at the grocery store are so appreciated! Thank you for making the effort to provide gluten free foods for people with Celiac Disease like my daughter. We would like to see some common foods, such as macaroni and cheese, frozen dinners, bread crumbs, pie crusts, pizzas, etc., that are gluten free and affordable for average families. Thank you for listening.

  41. God Bless General Mills! Finally a fortune 50 manufacturer that has the courage ot address the growing population of gluten sensitive consumers…I’ve always known they are a pretty smart group. If they want to improve their products further the next logical step is to make them “whole-grain”! They already do a good job in that area with their cereals, so to add rice bran to their gluten free mixes will be like rolling off a log…How about it General Mills?

  42. God Bless General Mills! Finally a fortune 50 manufacturer that has the courage ot address the growing population of gluten sensitive consumers…I’ve always known they are a pretty smart group. If they want to improve their products further the next logical step is to make them “whole-grain”! They already do a good job in that area with their cereals, so to add rice bran to their gluten free mixes will be like rolling off a log…How about it General Mills?

  43. thank you GM for acknowledging the celiac community with your great products and i hope you continue to offer conventional products that are gluten free, i also would like to see a creamed soup for casseroles. thank you

  44. thank you GM for acknowledging the celiac community with your great products and i hope you continue to offer conventional products that are gluten free, i also would like to see a creamed soup for casseroles. thank you

  45. I want more breakfast cereal options! There are so many products out there that could be gluten free except for the fact they are produced in a facility that contaminates them. I really wish this problem would be addressed.

  46. I want more breakfast cereal options! There are so many products out there that could be gluten free except for the fact they are produced in a facility that contaminates them. I really wish this problem would be addressed.

  47. I will have to pick up some of the Gluten Free Bisquick. My family loves their Sunday morning pancakes. It’s great that many companies are becoming aware of the needs of people with food allergies.

  48. I will have to pick up some of the Gluten Free Bisquick. My family loves their Sunday morning pancakes. It’s great that many companies are becoming aware of the needs of people with food allergies.

  49. I agree with what others have said. It’s good to have mainstream options, but healthy mainstream options would be so much better. A lot of people are choosing gluten free just because it’s healthier. No GMO, no MSG, no hydrogenated, use whole grain, avoid other common alergans such as corn and soy, and manufacture in dedicated GF facilities would be the best. Rice checks are gluten free but they still make me a little sick, but I would love to try them again if made in a dedicated facility. I’m hoping that the more big companies get onboard the better the products will be and more affordable. Thanks GM for getting started!

  50. I agree with what others have said. It’s good to have mainstream options, but healthy mainstream options would be so much better. A lot of people are choosing gluten free just because it’s healthier. No GMO, no MSG, no hydrogenated, use whole grain, avoid other common alergans such as corn and soy, and manufacture in dedicated GF facilities would be the best. Rice checks are gluten free but they still make me a little sick, but I would love to try them again if made in a dedicated facility. I’m hoping that the more big companies get onboard the better the products will be and more affordable. Thanks GM for getting started!

  51. Nelda- try Health Valley cream soups. They are gluten-free and are available at many stores and on Amazon. Rhonda- they also make a cereal called rice crunch-ems. They are exactly like chex but without the preservatives. Maybe they wouldn’t make you sick…

  52. Nelda- try Health Valley cream soups. They are gluten-free and are available at many stores and on Amazon. Rhonda- they also make a cereal called rice crunch-ems. They are exactly like chex but without the preservatives. Maybe they wouldn’t make you sick…

  53. I thinks it’s great that General Mills is taking such a lead on this. Bisquick is the most handy of baking mixes to have on hand for pancakes, waffles, strawberry shortcake, etc. While some may not have liked Hamburger Helper in the past, few can deny that having extra options is a great thing, especially when one is pressed for time. The most difficult adjustment for many of us is being diagnosed and then realizing the extra amount of time and effort that goes into meal planning and prep. Have new mixes and entree kits just gives us extra options and I’m thankful to General Mills.

  54. I thinks it’s great that General Mills is taking such a lead on this. Bisquick is the most handy of baking mixes to have on hand for pancakes, waffles, strawberry shortcake, etc. While some may not have liked Hamburger Helper in the past, few can deny that having extra options is a great thing, especially when one is pressed for time. The most difficult adjustment for many of us is being diagnosed and then realizing the extra amount of time and effort that goes into meal planning and prep. Have new mixes and entree kits just gives us extra options and I’m thankful to General Mills.

  55. “Way to go again General Mills,” they are really on board with this! As Teresa states, “Don’t make this any harder than it already is…” Use the Gluten Free Grocery Guide, there are a lot of items out there…and don’t forget to read the labels…Wal-Mart’s “Great Value” is another product line that has a ton of stuff we can eat.

  56. “Way to go again General Mills,” they are really on board with this! As Teresa states, “Don’t make this any harder than it already is…” Use the Gluten Free Grocery Guide, there are a lot of items out there…and don’t forget to read the labels…Wal-Mart’s “Great Value” is another product line that has a ton of stuff we can eat.

  57. Progresso makes a GF Cream of Mushroom soup. It’s marked right on the lable. Finally we can have casseroles again!!

  58. Progresso makes a GF Cream of Mushroom soup. It’s marked right on the lable. Finally we can have casseroles again!!

  59. I’m so happy about gluten free bisquick mix. What recipes you can make are endless. You can do pancaked, bisquits, pizza, fried choicken, casseroles. The possibilities are endless. it is nice to see we have alot more options than limitations. I can hardly wait for this to happen!

  60. I’m so happy about gluten free bisquick mix. What recipes you can make are endless. You can do pancaked, bisquits, pizza, fried choicken, casseroles. The possibilities are endless. it is nice to see we have alot more options than limitations. I can hardly wait for this to happen!

  61. I founf gluten free graham crackers and gf marshmallows at my local natural food store and they tasted pretty good and made good s’mores.

  62. I founf gluten free graham crackers and gf marshmallows at my local natural food store and they tasted pretty good and made good s’mores.

  63. My daughter within the last 3 months realized she had gluten allergies because she was getting sick everytime she ate, so as the shopper in the family I have become such a label reader but all the words to describe gluten is nuts. I am glad to see more products becoming gluten free but the things you least would think have gluten do, like black olives! I can’t wait until bisquick comes out gluten free because that is the best on fried chicken!

  64. My daughter within the last 3 months realized she had gluten allergies because she was getting sick everytime she ate, so as the shopper in the family I have become such a label reader but all the words to describe gluten is nuts. I am glad to see more products becoming gluten free but the things you least would think have gluten do, like black olives! I can’t wait until bisquick comes out gluten free because that is the best on fried chicken!

  65. I like how General Mills listens to their customers now after one of their employees became gluten intolerant. It took them long enough. It seems like no one here’s us until it hits close to home.

    I would like to see their whole line of cake mixes go gluten free. Before I became gluten intolerant, I was using more general Mills products than any other. I have the silverware to prove it.
    I am just so tired of the high grocery bills because I have to buy gluten free food. So, hurry up with the Bisquick, it is the one item I miss the most since I got Celiac Disease.

  66. I like how General Mills listens to their customers now after one of their employees became gluten intolerant. It took them long enough. It seems like no one here’s us until it hits close to home.

    I would like to see their whole line of cake mixes go gluten free. Before I became gluten intolerant, I was using more general Mills products than any other. I have the silverware to prove it.
    I am just so tired of the high grocery bills because I have to buy gluten free food. So, hurry up with the Bisquick, it is the one item I miss the most since I got Celiac Disease.

  67. Please hurry up and get the Bisquick to stores in Boston, Massachusetts. Please. I miss pancakes, dumplings, biscuits for strawberry shortcake, and banana bread. Mmmmmmmm. Thank you, Thank you General Mills!!!!!

  68. Please hurry up and get the Bisquick to stores in Boston, Massachusetts. Please. I miss pancakes, dumplings, biscuits for strawberry shortcake, and banana bread. Mmmmmmmm. Thank you, Thank you General Mills!!!!!

  69. Add me to the list of those waiting for g-f Bisquick! I’m really looking forward to those good recipes again! Hurry, General Mills!

  70. Add me to the list of those waiting for g-f Bisquick! I’m really looking forward to those good recipes again! Hurry, General Mills!

  71. So many manufacturers are getting on the bandwagon for GF foods. I just ordered a case of King Arthur Flours, I bought six bread mixes, made one tonite for the wife (the celiac) , tastes unbelievable. I even liked it. Debbie was diagnosed back 20 years ago, gf bread was cardboard like stuff, You have more choices, get their books on foods and restaurants, make life instantly easier for yourselves!

  72. So many manufacturers are getting on the bandwagon for GF foods. I just ordered a case of King Arthur Flours, I bought six bread mixes, made one tonite for the wife (the celiac) , tastes unbelievable. I even liked it. Debbie was diagnosed back 20 years ago, gf bread was cardboard like stuff, You have more choices, get their books on foods and restaurants, make life instantly easier for yourselves!

  73. Tried the GF Bisquick last night in a Peach Cobbler. It was fantastic! The family commented that it tasted just like Peach Cobbler. The crust was actually lighter than wheat crust. We had to adapt a cherry cobbler receipe for the topping, but it worked out well.

    Thanks General Mills, I haven’t had peach cobbler in 7-8 years.

  74. Tried the GF Bisquick last night in a Peach Cobbler. It was fantastic! The family commented that it tasted just like Peach Cobbler. The crust was actually lighter than wheat crust. We had to adapt a cherry cobbler receipe for the topping, but it worked out well.

    Thanks General Mills, I haven’t had peach cobbler in 7-8 years.

  75. I LOVE the General Mills gluten free products! the cake mix is delicious and the buttermilk bisquick bisuits are amazing! I’ve only been diagnosed with celiac disease for a few months now, so i feel kind of guilty that all these wonderful things are coming out right now :) I also love udi’s bagels, they taste better than wheat bagels, and kinnikinnick donuts, when heated they rival crispy creme! i thought gluten free would be horrible and i would be mal -nutritioned, thanks to GM i can be happy, fat, and GF!!!

  76. I LOVE the General Mills gluten free products! the cake mix is delicious and the buttermilk bisquick bisuits are amazing! I’ve only been diagnosed with celiac disease for a few months now, so i feel kind of guilty that all these wonderful things are coming out right now :) I also love udi’s bagels, they taste better than wheat bagels, and kinnikinnick donuts, when heated they rival crispy creme! i thought gluten free would be horrible and i would be mal -nutritioned, thanks to GM i can be happy, fat, and GF!!!

  77. After nearly 14 years, this past weekend I made a very acceptable chicken and dumpling dish with the new Gluten Free Bisquick. I had tried before with my own mixes and they were pretty sad, but we really enjoyed our dumplings. Just this evening we had one of the chicken Fried Rice Gluten free dinners although I substituted tender pork for the chicken. It was also wonderful and so quick and easy. Our local stores had these mixes for $1.00 a piece and I got all the flavors. Can hardly wait to try the rest of them. Thank you General Mills, we really appreciate the new products.

  78. After nearly 14 years, this past weekend I made a very acceptable chicken and dumpling dish with the new Gluten Free Bisquick. I had tried before with my own mixes and they were pretty sad, but we really enjoyed our dumplings. Just this evening we had one of the chicken Fried Rice Gluten free dinners although I substituted tender pork for the chicken. It was also wonderful and so quick and easy. Our local stores had these mixes for $1.00 a piece and I got all the flavors. Can hardly wait to try the rest of them. Thank you General Mills, we really appreciate the new products.

  79. While I am also thrilled to see the mainstream food producers catering to us celiacs, I am surprised that nobody has mentioned Pamela’s Baking Mix – it’s been available for a few years and substitutes pretty darn well for Bisquick. I haven’t seen the new bisquick or hamburger helper in the stores yet but I might take a look. I can’t imagine it would be better than Pamela’s, but it might be cheaper…

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