...but I do know my way around a cookbook, and this is a handy-dandy little cookbook, it has a big bennie attached: the recipe for "quick mix" which might just be highly similar to Bisquick.
Camp uses, SHTF uses, and I suppose you could use it like the authors intended, to help stretch your food budget if you are dependent on EBT.
You will note that the recipes are very basic, and easy to follow and most are one-stage recipes, i.e. you mix up the ingredients and cook it, and if you don't burn it, you can eat it quickly.
Here's the cookbook:
Note the strange page set-up. This is so you can just hit "print" on Adobe Acrobat Reader, and the thing will print right up into a proper page-ordered booklet. Supposedly. I'm not going to do the paper booklet. Someone else let me know how it comes out.
Over the next few days I might just have to try out that oatmeal raisin recipe, although I have no clue how raisins get into anyone's EBT budget, with a small package costing upwards of $5.
H/T to the Country Gal