12 Best Bisquick Dessert Recipes

Love Bisquick? Us too! Check out our favorite Bisquick dessert recipes that are easy to make and absolutely delicious.

Bisquick Dessert Recipes

Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but dessert is definitely the best. That kind of makes it naturally the most important, right? 

Breakfast is important because of its healthy grains and cereals that help us jumpstart our day. So Bisquick is a great way to do just that. However, why limit Bisquick simply to morning time when you can have it after lunch or dinner?

What’s even better is that Bisquick is meant to cook quickly, which means that these desserts can be whipped up quickly too. An ideal ingredient for even the busiest of bakers. 

Many of these recipes can be made with your preference of Bisquick mix. If you’re gluten-free, try the gluten-free mix.

If you love maple and brown sugar, the maple and brown sugar mix is for you. Are you making chocolate chip cookies? Save money on chocolate chips by using the chocolate chip mix. With around 10 classic Bisquick flavors to try from, the possibilities are endless!

From churros to shortcakes to cookies, there is a whole Bisquick world out there waiting to be discovered, and we have compiled a list of recipes you can eat your way through on the way. 

Bisquick Dessert Recipes

1 — Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe

Bisquick Peach Cobbler Recipe
Photo by Betty Crocker

Peach cobbler is a classic American favorite that takes sweet, fresh fruit and puts it into a delicious pie which can be a gateway for even more delicious cream or ice cream.

This peach cobbler recipe sets itself apart from the competition by having fewer ingredients than the normal cobbler but being just as delicious.

And it can be ready to eat in ten minutes! 

While using fresh peaches is always a great option in the summer, canned peaches are fantastic for baking since they stay moist, sweet, and keep their shape.

Sprinkle the Bisquick crust with sugar before baking it, so it stays tender while baking in the heat of the oven. 

Pair this pie with some homemade ice cream, or add some cinnamon to it to jazz it up!

Or try the same idea with an apple cobbler and a side of caramel apple ice cream.

Sprinkle some pecans or brown sugar on top… we’re already drooling!

2 — Impossible Blackberry Coconut Pie Recipe 

Impossible Blackberry Coconut Pie Recipe 
Photo by Recipe Lion

This pie recipe gives you a sweet yet tart flavor with a play on coconuts and blackberries.

The blackberries are scattered throughout the coconut pie filling, and the crust is made from a delicious buttery Bisquick mix.

To top it off (literally), there is a streusel that gives each bite an even sweeter touch. 

For you, try the peach & blackberry bramble cocktail recipe or the three-ingredient coconut shake.

For the kids, try this sparkling blackberry mocktail recipe.

3 — Easy Bisquick Churro Bites with Chocolate Sauce Recipe

These Bisquick churro bites are an easier and quicker version than traditional churros. Plus, they’re easy to take on the go since they’re bite-sized and can fit in your purse! 

These churro bites are tender, crispy, and sweet – just like we love ‘em! 

Try this chili chocolate sauce to spice it up or this chocolate sauce to keep it classic and dip the churros in.

If you’re making these churro bites for a Mexican-themed or Latino-themed party, offer some candy shots, too.

4 — Triple Chocolate Bisquick Mug Cake Recipe

Triple Chocolate Bisquick Mug Cake Recipe
Photo by Betty Crocker

Mug cakes are maybe the next best thing after sliced bread.

They take no time to make, offer portion control since they’re in a small mug, and take away that chocolate cake craving you have had all day. 

Mix cocoa, sugar, canola oil, and Bisquick mix in the mug.

Add in the chips and microwave for a minute. Let cool for a couple of minutes.

It’s easy as 1, 2, 3 (4, 5, 6) since six minutes later, voila! A triple chocolate dessert just for you!

This recipe can be played with.

If you prefer dark chocolate or completely white chocolate, use those types of chocolate chips instead of regular milk chocolate chips. 

5 — Red Velvet Pancakes with Cream Cheese Fluff Recipe

Although red velvet has a milk chocolate taste, the key ingredient is cocoa powder to offer a hinted flavor profile but not too strong of a flavor at the same time. 

This recipe is great because you can make red velvet pancakes in the morning and top them off with syrup and delicious white chocolate mocha.

Then in the evening, you can use up the rest for dessert with a cream cheese fluff and a great cup of coffee

6 — Bisquick Biscuits Recipe

Bisquick Biscuits Recipe
Photo by Betty Crocker

Although this recipe calls for the gluten-free Bisquick mix, if you prefer to use another flavor, feel free to. 

These biscuits are flaky, light, and ready to eat in just 30 minutes! 

Change up the flavor profile for brunch by making garlic and herb biscuits instead of plain.

The sky’s the limit with a biscuit, and it’s yours to fly. 

7 — Bisquick Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

For this recipe, simply make some Bisquick biscuits.

Once they’ve cooled enough, cut open the biscuit and add some cool whip or whipped cream (whichever floats your boat), strawberry preserves, and freshly sliced strawberries inside the biscuit. 

If you’re an avid strawberry lover, add some homemade strawberry ice cream on top or pair it with some strawberry cocktails like a sparkling strawberry hibiscus cooler cocktail or a refreshing strawberry Hennessy.

If you want to dial it back on the strawberries but still enjoy great flavors, try this vanilla bean sparkling iced coffee to keep you awake after enjoying this delicious dessert.

However, your cookie… or cake… crumbles. Enjoy! 

8 — Bisquick Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

Bisquick Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe
Photo by Betty Crocker

Chocolate chip cookies are as delicious as they are classic. This is a kid-friendly recipe that cuts the prep time in half by using the Bisquick Heart Smart mix.

Ready to enjoy in just under 35 minutes? What’s not to love? 

A great aspect of chocolate chip cookies is that they are easily customizable.

For example, celebrate fall with pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.

Other classic options are to add coconut flakes or use peanut butter chips instead of chocolate (or both!!). 

Simply keep them in or out of the fridge (they’ll, of course, last longer inside the fridge, though) in an airtight container. 

9 — Easy Homemade Bisquick Doughnuts Recipe

Donuts are an amazing breakfast food because they range from being healthy(ish) to have more sugar than your daily sugar count allows.

Store-bought donuts are chock full of chemicals and unnecessary sugar, so why not make them at home? 

Once the donuts are cooked, it’s easy to customize them.

Chocolate or white chocolate glaze, anyone? Powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar-coated are also delicious options.

If it’s Halloween time, make them DIY Monster Eye donuts for a themed party! With so many options of how to decorate and enjoy a donut, it’s hard to make them just once. 

Fun fact: “doughnut” is the official spelling, but “donut” is the acceptable American short version, according to grammarians. 

10 — Strawberry-Banana Bisquick Crepes Recipe

Strawberry-Banana Bisquick Crepes Recipe
Photo by Betty Crocker

Crepes are easy and delicious but using Bisquick makes them even easier. 

Although this recipe is straightforward, it’s really easy to add some extra flair to it.

For example, instead of using strawberries and bananas, use some blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, or a combination of them all.

This strawberry almond crepes & chocolate sauce recipe would also be a great variation. 

This recipe is great for making ahead because crepes can be frozen for up to three months if stored properly. 

11 — Black Forest Cherry Waffle Bisquick Cake Recipe

Black Forest Cherry Waffle Bisquick Cake Recipe
Photo by Tablespoon

Black forest cakes are as elegant as they are delicious. This takes just 30 minutes to make and gets tastier by the bite. 

Layer two Bisquick waffles on a serving plate, add whipped cream, then a layer of cherries.

Repeat those layers until the top and add some ganache on top.

You can garnish it with cherries, mint, and/or chocolate flakes. 

12 — Bisquick Pudding Recipe

Bisquick Pudding Recipe
Photo by Country Whispers

Having an easy-to-put-together pie recipe is great to have around for lazy days when you don’t feel like putting together something complicated, but you do want something delicious.

It’s also great for pie filling and wafer-dipping. 

This recipe couldn’t be easier.

Put all of the dry ingredients into a pan and whisk together until the lumps are gone, and mix with liquid.

Now is when you can add tapioca or rice to jazz it up – totally optional. Heat it until it thickens, let it cool, and enjoy! 

If you want to change up the recipe by adding some flavors, try a mango coconut pudding or a vanilla bean pudding.

So, enjoy breakfast for dessert with these delectable Bisquick dessert recipes! 

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