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My whole family loves these! Mom always made them for "chicken n' dumplimgs". Mmmmm Good!!!

 
  
. Prep
4 min.
Cook
20 min.
Ready In
30 min.
4 servings
Low Fat, Low in Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, Trans-fat Free, Low Carb, Very low in sodium, Low Sodium
 
Metric measurements

Ingredients

2cups biscuit baking mix (bisquick) *
2/3cup milkVideo
* not incl. in nutrient facts

Directions

Mix bisquick and milk until soft dough forms.

Drop dough by spoonfuls onto stew (do not drop directly into liquid).

Cook uncovered over low heat 10 minutes.

Cover and cook 10 minutes longer.

First published: last updated: 2014-12-16

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 41g (1.4 oz)
Amount per Serving
Calories 2036% of calories from fat
 % Daily Value *
Total Fat 1g 1%
Saturated Fat 1g 3%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 3mg 1%
Sodium 17mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate 1g 1%
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
Sugars g
Protein 3g
Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 5% Iron 0%
* based on a 2,000 calorie diet How is this calculated?
 
5 stars - based on 65 ratings, best: 5, worst: 0, reviews: 12

Reviews


Reviewed: 11 months ago

These dumplings always turn out right. Even though I now make just half the recipe. It still turns out right.

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+2

Reviewed: almost 2 years ago

when you make saurkraut and pork the next day bring it to a boil and drop dumpling in and cook according to bisquick directions for dumplings,my Mom made this when I was a kid and it is the ultimate comfort food

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+4

Reviewed: almost 2 years ago

+6
anonymous

Reviewed: over 2 years ago

+6
anonymous

Reviewed: about 3 years ago

these are great, I grew up on them. but I disagree about dropping them in direct liquid..........I pare boil my chicken and then I use that juice to drop my dumplings in. Also anyone like blueberries? you can use this same recipe to make blueberry dumplings........YUMMMMMMMMM

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+12

Reviewed: about 3 years ago

these are great, I grew up on them. but I disagree about dropping them in direct liquid..........I pare boil my chicken and then I use that juice to drop my dumplings in. Also anyone like blueberries? you can use this same recipe to make blueberry dumplings........YUMMMMMMMMM

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+9

Reviewed: over 4 years ago

I can't ever make enuff of these fluffydough-balls! My husband, daughters, grandkids,etc all addicted ! No rehab tho, just gotta eat em! Dropped em into the pork roast dripping, divine is all that cant be said!! :>)

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+19

Reviewed: over 5 years ago

Good recipe...switched out the milk for sour cream and added fresh dill...then it was GREAT!!

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+30

Reviewed: over 5 years ago

Thanks! love the recipe! I make it with a english dish from my Mom.
Mince and Dumplings..
saute Ground beef,onions,garlic,Drain, add beef broth(need extra cause the dump. soak up a lot) add carrots (or any veg)cook till carrots aren't hard then thicken broth w/a little corn starch and water) make dumplings on top.Sprinkle w/ Parsley.. Brown the dumplings in oven. :)Sometimes I add a little red wine too and Mushrooms.

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Reviewed: about 6 years ago

Here is the exact recipe from the box, just so you know... it's not always printed on the box.

Dumplings: Mix 2 cups Bisquick and 2/3 cup milk until soft dough forms. Drop dough by spoonfuls onto stew (do not drop directly into liquid). Cook uncovered over low heat 10 minutes. Cover and cook 10 minutes longer.

Depending on where you live, you may need to add more liquid. The secret is... DO NOT OVER MIX! and let them set for a few minutes, so they rise.

My grandmother always made this dumpling recipe for her Chicken 'n Dumplings. My husband "hated" dumplings because they were like eating wet raw dough. These are not doughy. Once he tried these he loves them.

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+155

Reviewed: almost 7 years ago

easy and delicious with chicken soup! family loves it.

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+45

Reviewed: over 11 years ago

GREAT

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+30

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53 comments

Really good love dumplings

anonymous
Fallon, United States about 5 years ago

My whole family loves these! Mom always made them for "chicken n' dumplimgs". Mmmmm Good!!!

Sharon Curtis
Niag. Falls Ont. about 5 years ago

My mom makes these with her beef stew, now I make them for my boyfriend and he goes crazy over them!

Jenni
WI about 5 years ago

I make homemade chicken soup in my crockpot in the fall then when it starts getting cold all I have to do is pull it out of the freezer and add egg noodles or the dumplings and I have a simple, healthy meal that my whole family can't get enough of.

Lea
Lubbock, United States almost 5 years ago

Love the dumplings as do my family. Kids even invite friends over for stew nights. Ho-Hum turn into WOW with the simple addition of your dumplings.

Nancy
Virginia almost 5 years ago

You can find a lot of reipes for dumplings. This Bisquik recipe is the best!! by far!! you can touch it up with what ever you like Pepper, Garlic, Dill Etc. But still great.

Jay C
San Pablo, California almost 5 years ago

Excellent receipe. Have been using it for years. Now even my married daughter uses it, and her children love it.
Thank you!!!!

anonymous
Eatontown, United States over 4 years ago

I love these dumplings in my home made chicken soup!!! Awesome!!! I add some basil and they are just delicious

Rosa
Springfield, MA over 4 years ago

The Bisquick recipe calls for 2 cups mix, not 2 1/2 cups. Who changed it?

anonymous
Chandler, United States over 4 years ago

Yes, it is 2 cups, just updated the recipe, thanks for your comment, enjoy!

zhangbo
Toronto, Canada over 4 years ago

I've made Bisquick dumplings for years. I put them on boiling fruit and oila! instant cobbler!

Toby
Colorado over 4 years ago

I use this recipe for Chicken & Dumplings. My kids call it "Cloud Soup" and even doubling the recipe can't stretch it for two meals!

Leah
North Carolina over 4 years ago

I have been making bisquick dumplings for years and they were great. I just finished making not 1 but 2 batches that were awful. We like the fluffy dumplings and these turned out hard. Please advise.
Thanks Carroll Howen

Carroll Howen
Sarasota, Fl over 4 years ago

Just add a teaspoon of olive oil to your dough mix or melted butter

anonymous
Carlsbad, United States almost 2 years ago

Add two teaspoons of garlic powder. Fantastic.

Becca
New York over 4 years ago

best and easiest recipe ever

mariepvb63@gmail.com
Naples, United States over 4 years ago

@Carol - I get better (lighter) dumplings if I let the dough sit for 15 minutes or so before dropping them into the soup/stew/gravy.

Scott
Fresno CA over 4 years ago

I recommend adding garlic/onion powder, basil, thyme to the dumpling mix. This adds much flavor. Dumplings fill you up & taste great! Bisquick is a WONDERFUL product!

HungryHank
Minnesota over 4 years ago

My Husband ,Son ,Daugther and I always love Dumpling and Chicken so Easy Cook Taste Good :-)

Mary VanderSchuur
Lapeer,Mi over 4 years ago

I have been making these dumplings for more years than I care to remember, and they are my favorite! They are so easy to make and always come out perfect!

anonymous
Spokane, WA about 4 years ago

put them in sourkkrught yum

nick
pa about 4 years ago

im trying this dumpling recipe right now,hope they turn out :S..ill let ya'sknow later.. :)

monica
wiarton ontario cananda about 4 years ago

I grew up eating Bisquick dumplings. Years ago I started adding an egg and chopped up parsley to the dough. It is delicious. Try it!

anonymous
West Jordan, United States about 4 years ago

Thank you so much for the recipe...went to Bisquick web-site and they really fouled me up. Changed my browser and made it impossible to sign-off their web site unless I signed up for all their stuff. They are a BIG rip-off!!!!

anonymous
, United States about 4 years ago

it said not to drop directly into liquid. my question where do I drop it? STUPID!!!!

allen
NC about 4 years ago

The recipe says drop dough by spoonfuls onto stew, it means you should use a spoon to put the dough into the hot stew and do not use your hands directly, which may burn your hands. I think it is a good thing to mention, nothing wrong with that!

Tina
Ny, NY, US about 4 years ago

I drop the dumplings right into my boiling soup! It is so easy and so good! Not a drop left!

Sammie
Washington about 4 years ago

I have a sick boyfriend!!! The one thing that always shapes me up is the soup that grandma and mom taught me with bisquick years ago. This one stands the test of time and is the best even when your sick!

Staci Mulholland
Fort Lauderdale, United States about 4 years ago

SERVING SIZE SHOULD SAY HOW MANY DUMPLINGS PER SERVING

DAWN
OHIO about 4 years ago

My MOM used to make the most flavorful, hearty Dumpling stews, soups etc great to have and enjoy over the cold winter months! I have tried unsuccefully to create my own and they never have come out like hers! HELP! Also how about some for camping?

Christy qual1cah@aol.com
Connecticut almost 4 years ago

To prevent dry dumplings, stir and fluff the dry Bisquick before measuring. It settles, so you get too much and throw off the proportion of wet to dry ingredients. Don't mix it too much, or it will toughen the dough.

ellenflower
PA almost 4 years ago

just made these. totally delicious. in regard to the suggestion of the serving size and how many dumplings the recipe yields, it would depend on what size you make. I made large ones it yielded 7. But if you prefer smaller dumplings you could get 14.

Donna
East Stroudsburg, United States almost 4 years ago

I find the dumplings come out hard if there is not enough moisture in the dumplings. Sometimes I add more milk to get the dough the right consistency. It should not be stiff.

anonymous
Venice, United States almost 4 years ago

I LOVE THESE DUMPLINGS, AND WE PUT THEM ON GREAT WHITE NORTHERN BEANS ALL SEASONED UP AND COOKED WITH HAM OR CHICKEN. MMMMMMM GOOD

anonymous
Kirksville, United States almost 4 years ago

not on the box anymore. that's why I came to Bisq.com

anonymous
Belgrade, United States over 3 years ago

I had to get online also...Recipe not on box this time....Think I would remember two ingredients...

Dixie
Ohio, United States over 2 years ago

I cook My Chicken,cellery,onion,garlic,bell pepper,seasons,W/6qts watter. When all this is cooked,all the solids are on the bottom.Liquid on top. Bisquik said dont drop the Bisquik in the liquid.?

anonymous
La Veta, United States over 3 years ago

My Mum in Scotland always made this recipe with Bisquick. We called them doughboys. Same thing, same great taste!

Hannah
Ontario, Canada over 3 years ago

2 can progresso soup and dumplings as directed, nice meal for the family in 20 minutes. Need at least 2 cans, dumplings soak up a lot of juice.

anonymous
Kalispell, United States over 3 years ago

These make the best quick meal after work! The kids love them and so do I! Great for cold days!

Stefanie
West Virginia over 3 years ago

I can never get this done, even though I'm following the recipie to a "T". They seem raw on the inside. Any ideas?

anonymous
Vista, United States over 3 years ago

I have made Bisquick dumpling's for years. Now they are awful. Can't get them fluffy. They are just dough. Yuck....
Anybody know why?

anonymous
Fort Worth, United States over 1 year ago

Always great and easy!!!.

anonymous
Port Saint Lucie, United States over 3 years ago

I have made dumplings for years, but lately when I make them they are hard and doughy in the middle and yellow looking. Any suggestions?

sue
Fresno, Ca about 3 years ago

I know, they are awful. Don't come out fluffy. Has Bisquick changed? I hate the dumpling now.

anonymous
Fort Worth, United States over 1 year ago

The calories are way off. the milk and bisquick in 1,040 calories divide by the number of dumplings you make

Milissa
Blue Springs, United States about 3 years ago

really good with sauerkraut and kielbasa

Mary Griffin
Cincinnati, United States about 3 years ago

These are great on top of pork & sauerkraut. Top the cooked dumplings with toasted buttered bread cubes for a great PA dutch meal.

Lisa
Lancaster, PA almost 3 years ago

I read the directions i didn't understand how u don't drop it directly into the liquid when a soup or stew is all liquid

Judy
Wisconsin, US almost 3 years ago

I grew up on these dumplings. Chicken and Dumplings was my favorite meal. My girls love them too. We do not like the noodles that people call dumplings.

Carolyn
Illinois, USA over 2 years ago

To clear up what they mean by "Do not drop directly into liquid"...Stew is much thicker than soup. My chicken stew consists of chicken, vegetables, potatoes and egg noodles and when I drop the dough into the stew it is thick enough that I can drop it on top of the other ingredients without it falling directly into nothing but pure liquid. I also have been making these dumplings for 25+ plus years and agree with everyone else that all of a sudden (with no changes on my end) they are no longer light and fluffy. Lately, mine have been coming out hard and doughy too. I suspect they changed the recipe :( I used to have them mastered!

anonymous
Mechanicsburg, United States over 2 years ago

My wife used to make great dumplings with Bisquick but lately they turn out hard and doughy and don't rise at all. We believe the product has been changed as she has always made them in the same manor. What's going on ?

anonymous
Nanaimo, Canada about 2 years ago

could be the backing powder is old and therefore
not rising. I keep ours in the refg. until use.
also, since I use thighs for the chicken, I can
put the dumplings on top and they are not in the
juice that much, however I usually scoop juice on top of the dumplins about 3/4 done. I cook mine covered in boiling liquid about 10 min. only. over cooking will make them tough.
most of the time I also add parsley (dried) and
poultry seasoning (about 1 tsp) each. hope this helps someone...

pat in texas
Irving, United States 3 months ago
 
 

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