Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Making Mixes 101 (and a brownie mix recipe!)

Having everyday and convenience food mixes on hand are a great way to save time (no running to the store for something to serve last minute guests) and money (brownies for $.50 instead of $1.50 or more) in the kitchen. Not to mention, making your own mixes allows you to control the quality and the ingredients making them adaptable to special diets or allergies.  So where do you start if you want to stock your pantry with quick and easy mixes?
My mix shelves

First, look around your pantry and think about what convenience foods you would like to make mixes to replace.  Do you love having brownies on hand for an after-school snack?  Would having pancake mix on hand make Saturday morning breakfast more relaxing?  Are you looking for a use for all those bread crusts the kids never seem to want to eat--turn them into bread crumbs or stuffing mix!

Next, decide how you want to package your mixes.  I use large glass jars that I keep on open bookcases in my kitchen.  This works great for me because I have a long wall that not much else fits on it.  Using quart and gallon size ziplock bags is great because you can stack them up, write the directions right on the package and they are pre-portioned.  You can also put the bagged mixes in a plastic bin in your cupboard to keep them all together. 

Now the fun part, making all the mixes! Grab your apron and maybe even a couple of friends and have some fun!

Buy your frequently used ingredients in bulk (flour, sugar, baking powder, etc.....) If you have limited storage space, gather a couple of friends for a mix day and split the ingredients.  I can easily go through 25 lbs of flour on my mix days!

Using a large, shallow bowl will make mixing your ingredients much easier.  It allows you to see if your ingredients are thoroughly mixed!  (I used a dishpan from the dollar store for years to make my mixes in before I finally bought a GIANT stainless steel bowl). Make sure your bowl is big enough to hold all of your ingredients and give you enough room to stir (flour showers are just not pretty!).

A whisk makes quick work of dry ingredients.  I keep a couple of different size whisks on hand for mixing my dry stuff together.

When cutting in shortening, especially into a large batch, I have found the best tool is--my hands.  I can feel the shortening mixing in and can scoop easily to the bottom of the bowl to make sure everything is fully incorporated. 

Making your own mixes allows you to control the ingredients.  You can use all organic ingredients and still save over what an organic mix would cost you.  Make gluten free mixes using an all purpose gluten free flour for a celiac friend (be sure all the other ingredients are gluten free also).  Use a non-dairy dry milk powder for kids with dairy allergies.  Leave the salt out for those with sodium or blood pressure concerns.  It really opens up a lot of choices when you can control the ingredients.  Sometime it takes a little experimenting, but it is worth it!

Mixes are great for sharing with other families.  A can of peaches (store bought or home canned) and a bag of cobbler mix with a carton of whipping cream is a yummy gift for a new mom or as a housewarming gift.  Moms of toddlers love cookie mixes that require just the addition of and egg and milk as an easy rainy day activity!

Mixes are great for camping!  We fill a box with pre-measured mixes and only have to bring along a few extras (eggs, milk, water) in the cooler and we know we will be eating well.  Some of our favorite camping mixes are: pancake mix (buttermilk or cinnamon oat pancakes), skillet scone mix, corn bread mix, quick cobbler mix (to use with fresh fruit from a local farmers market or picked straight from the tree),  and tortilla mix,  Our friends always tease us that we eat better when we are camping than they do at home.

Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing many of my favorite mix recipes and how I use them, so here is one to get you started:

Brownie Mix

8 Cups of sugar
6 Cups of unbleached flour
2 Cups of cocoa powder
1 1/2 Tbsp. baking powder
1 Tbsp. salt

Mix together and store in airtight container.

To Make:

2 1/4 C. brownie mix
2 eggs, beaten
1/3 C. canola oil (or melted butter or margarine)
2 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 C. chopped nuts or chocolate chips (optional)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Grease an 8 inch square pan.  Combine ingredients and mix until smooth.  Bake for 30-35 minutes until center is set. Cool, cut, serve.

*try adding mint chips for choco-mint brownies.
*top warm brownies with mini-marshmallows, choco chips and some chopped graham cracker pieces for s'more topped brownies

Texas Sheet Cake

4 C. brownie mix
1/2 C. oil
1 C. water
1/2 C. sour cream
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. baking soda

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.  Grease a 10" x 15" jelly roll or sheet cake pan. Put brownie mix in bowl. In small saucepan bring oil, water, and sour cream to a boil.  Add to the brownie mix.  Stir in eggs, sour cream and baking soda.  Pour into pan.  Bake for 20-25 minutes until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.  Prepare frosting and frost while cake is still hot.

Sheet Cake Frosting

1/2 C. evaporated milk
1/2 C. butter or margarine
1/4 C. cocoa powder
3 C. powdered sugar
2 tsp. vanilla extract


DeAnna Beth Jones said...

VERY good topic!  I make my own biscuit mix, but that's all right now.  I'm fairly jealous of your mixes!!!  WOW!!!  And your storage, lol... 
I'll be reading intently! 

Hearthandshome said...

I hope that I can inspire you! I have lots of mix recipes to share--including some that are great for gift giving.  I wish I had pictures of my old plastic $ store canisters that I had when I first started out.  It has taken me 20 years of marriage and motherhood to collect my jars.  Feel free to let me know if there are any particular mix recipes you would like, I have an extensive collection!

Kathy Johnston said...

Wow what a good idea to have mixes on hand. I look forward to the coming posts of more mixes. I also like that you have two recipes for one mix.

Leanne said...

I Love this post!!!! I am starting to make more thing from scrath, so much more healthier! I love your jars, where did you get them? If you don't mind sharing. Can't wait to for the upcoming posts with more recipes.

Hearthandshome said...

A few of the jars are antiques, but most were given to me as gift.  You can purchase the jars at Walmart or Target.

Leanne said...

Thank you! Going to try your Brownie mix right now!!

DeAnna Beth Jones said...

I wouldn't even know where to begin, LOL!  Well, right now I'm needing to be able to make cornbread easily.  And I've always been looking for a good mexican seasoning mix I can make my own... haven't found one I've liked yet.  Can ya help?  :) 

Hearthandshome said...

I have a cornbread mix recipe and taco seasoning mix that I will post soon for you!  Also, in my cookbook I have recipes for freezer fajitas and a fiesta meat mix for the freezer that are both really good. 

DeAnna Beth Jones said...

I will definitely be getting your cookbook as soon as I get a little spare cash, I really like the way you "tackle" things!  Also looking forward to the mixes!  Pardon my delayed replies, we have had the flu here and my brain is fairly fried.  :) 

Javed Vardi said...

Wao! yummy dish. my
all friends like it. even when we think to throw a party, we simply go to
jim's home . His mother make it for us from browni recipe  .

Cassandra W said...

I love your brownie mix! Although I do have a standard super rich brownie recipe, it makes a half sheet's worth of brownies (which is bad with only two people in the house), it can be time consuming, plus I grew up on box brownie mixes so I love the texture (like a dense cake). And of course last but not least the cost, anyone who keeps a decent stock of baking goods would be silly not to make their own mixes, it's just smarter.

Deborah Smith said...

I am so glad I found you (via pinterest).  About a month ago, I decided I was going to try to cut my grocery bill in half.  It includes household items like cleaners, paper products etc. too.  I started with cleaners as they can really add up, and found a laundry soap mix I love .  If you want to see my post, it is here:  http://greenwillowpond.blogspot.com/2011/08/pinerest-inspired-creation-1-laundry.html.  I'm going to start on mixes next, starting with this brownie mix.  I will be following along :)

crystal price said...

I also found you via pinterest and this is something I've been trying to figure out for years now. About 10 years ago I went to a friends house and made brownies from a huge bin of homemade mix and I thought it was strange, why not just use a box mix. Then I had kids, a budget and allergies introduced into my life... Makes perfect sense now! LOL

Thanks for posting these & God Bless!

Vanessa Arispe Pyatt said...

 Do you use a cricut and vinyl for your labels?

Ashley Kemp Cunningham said...

How long does the mix last for?  I'm TERRIBLE at letting things go bad, but trying to cook more than previous years with hopes of getting out of this awful habit.

Hearthandshome said...

 This mix will last quite a while (at least 6 months) because it is all dry ingredients.  If you are really concerned, you can freeze the mix indefinitely.

Hearthandshome said...

 I used a silhouette machine which is very similar to the cricut. You could also buy the chalkboard stickers and use those--especially if you have a limited amount of jars and want to change mixes.

Claire said...

I have searched your site for other mixes.  I did not find as many as you have on your shelves.  How would I find them all?

Hearthandshome said...

 Some of the jars contain things like pasta, cereal, etc...  I have posted some of the mixes and will be posting more in the future.

Jessicadelfs said...

Where are you getting the cute labels!! I love that they are see through!!

Erika McCoy said...

where did you get the cute decals on the canisters?

Jessica said...

The canisters are from walmart I have them as well and love them because you can leave them out and they still look cute :) 

Sherae McCoy said...

I love this site! It has inspired me to make my own mixes! How big are the containers you use?

Hearthandshome said...

 I have several different size containers.  The bigger ones are one gallon jars so they hold about 16 cups.  Glad that you are inspired to make your own mixes, I will be posting some more recipes soon!

Hearthandshome said...

 They are made with a Silhouette machine (kind of like a cricut).  They are just cut out of black vinyl.

Cassie said...

If I have a favorite recipe that I want to make a mix with to keep on hand - how do I calculate how much I should use each time I want to make the mix?  For example- pancakes.  If I make the mix up (say 10 times the normal dry ingredients called for) how do I figure out how much to use each time I want to make pancakes?  Is there some formular for that

Kaylyn L said...

That sounds like a great idea. I think a mix party with a friend might be in my near future.

Megan said...

thank you so much!!

Lisa B said...

It's just my opinion, but NEVER canola oil.  So many other better options.  Try raw, organic coconut oil and it will be the best brownies you've ever tasted!

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

Just found you via pinterest. I like using applesauce in place of oils when baking desserts. :-)

Imaginedesign said...

Definitely will try the brownie mix ~ but I really love your labels!  Could you share where you got them?

Straw-Bearie said...

As a teacher, I've been on Spring Break this week and made up several of your mixes. I've tried baking the brownies twice with disappointing results. I've only ever made brownies from a store mix. I'm hoping you can tell me what I've done wrong. After baking for the length of time on the recipe, the top is hard so I pull them out. Only to discover that under the "crust" it is almost completly raw dough. So, I put them back into the oven until its a rock. ;-)

Anonymous said...

What a great idea!!! I don't know why I have never thought of this! As a stay-at-home mom to a growing family with allergies/sensitivities this will deffinately save me alot of time and keep the snacks coming. I can hardly wait to get started. Thanks for sharing!

Esther Kelley said...

I love this blog!!!  How long do your mixes last?

Tina said...

I am anxious to see more! And where did you get your glass jars?

Rustie814 said...

I wanted something a little more fool proof for my teenage girls.  I added 2 1/4 Cups of Brownie Mix to ZipLock Sandwich bags.  Then I printed the balance of the ingredients on clear lables that I had left over from invitation envelopes.  I placed the labels to the outside of the ziplock bags. Perfect for the girls.  Just like having a recipe on "the box"

Allison said...

Do you soft your flour before mixing it or not? That can make a big difference in the final product...

Allison said...

Do you soft your flour before mixing it or not? That can make a big difference in the final product...

Allison said...

Do you soft your flour before mixing it or not? That can make a big difference in the final product...

Tamararacine said...

Love this, just finished lots of mixes, proud of my daily work for the day =) Can't wait for the yardsales to start to aquire some more jars. Thanks for the inspiration

Suncatmoondog said...

I think you are about to see a jump in viewers... I am a stay at home mom and always looking for ways to improve my days and improve nutrition... (this is great with the pre made mixes) I pined it on pintrest and my original post already has had 23 re-pins and 9 likes!! Thank you for sharing your ideas!!! And good luck to you, and I will be back!

Wyocntry said...

Where do  you get your jar labels?  Love these ideas...thanks for posting!

mary said...

just happened on your blog today from a pinterest link. thank you for your mix recipes, can not wait to try the tortillas!

jaimelkc said...

found on pintrest!  I am SO excited to try this! I already make my own chili mix and taco mix because I did not have a packet mix on hand in the middle of making said dish. Have wanted to try other dishes the same way. Thanks for "thinking outside the box"!

Hastywife said...

So even with the oil/lard/shortening it lasts?

Cocoteal1 said...

Just found this on Pinterest, and I'm so excited!! Has anyone tried the pancakes?

Sarahsunstrom said...

I love the labels!!!  Do you mind sharing where you got them?

Arika Jackson said...

I was wondering the same thing! Please share!

Michelle Hinkle said...

Do any of the mixes go stale easily?

Ami Ramsey said...

I would also like to know where you got the jar labels!

Carlye Rankin said...

You can find the labels on etsy.com - she may have made them herself (not sure) but I have these and I ordered them on etsy.com. hth

Oneluckymom8 said...

I am wondering the same thing.

Cocoteal1 said...

Brownies are in the oven right now! I just want to make this it's not just me (doing something wrong)... My brownie batter turned out very thick, like, not "pourable"...did I do something wrong or is it suppose to be like that? I've never made them from scratch before.

Christy B. said...

Beyond the convenience and money saving aspects of making your own mix, these brownies are delicious! Rich and chewy. I started with a half batch (as I didn't have any really big bowls handy) and it made enough mix (which I portioned out into individual portions) for about 3 1/2 8X8 pans of brownies. Thanks for sharing. I plan on trying your oatmeal next!

Christy B. said...

 Mine were super thick, too, so I had the same concern, but they turned out delish! I'm a believer! :)

Anonymous said...

What an awesome idea! I always hate the fact I never have time tO do the things I love (like baking) because I work too much. This will definitely save time! So excited & thanks for sharing! A little note to some of those above: it pays to read through comments- many of your questions have already been answered once or twice

Anonymous said...

I would like to know we're you got the desighn for your labels and if you used the cricut.. I have tred to contact you I just put in my email .. Thanks Liz

Betsy Love said...

This is awesome! I'm so glad I found this great site!!! Thanks for the delicious ideas. A long time ago I had 2 cookbooks that were "mixes". They have disappeared and I'm so glad to find you!

Ladiebug said...

Love love love your website! Just went to walmart tonight and they only had 1 jar like yours left :( so I will only be making the brownie mix up. I
Plan on using sone chalk board paint to make my label :) thank you so much for sharing and God bless!

jemurphy530 said...

 Where do you get your jars?  I love them!

bmc said...

I second jemurphy - I desperately want some jars like that but cannot find them anywhere! 

Lisarock1011 said...

you can get the jars at Walmart

Shelbie Clement said...

You can get the jars at Walmart for about 4 bucks for the bigger ones 

NoWickCandle said...

Just pulled a pan of brownies out of the over!  I hope I like them :) They look delicious!!

Dougdana2002 said...

Looking at the Texas Sheet Cake, so you boil the sour cream, or add it with the eggs. It is listed in both places, but I don't see the vanilla listed.  Hmmmm - can anyone clarify this?

Alisha Schultze said...

You were pinned on Pinterest and am now your newest follower. Thank you so much for posting all of these homemade mixes. I told my husband that I wanted to start doing this so we don't have to buy it from the store and more importantly not have all the preservatives.

Mandy said...

Just came across your blog via pinterest and LOVE your posts on make-ahead mixes!  Thank you SO much for sharing.  I had a few questions:
1). Where do you find all your jars - I love the sizes and how they are all the same

2). Where do you buy your labels for the jars?

3). How long do all the mixes last - how long do they stay good before they expire?  

Thanks again SO much! :) 

Iqbal3975 said...

I'm wondering how many batches of brownies this recipe is going to make, it sounds like a lot, the same question is for the sheet cake, thank you 

Kristen O' Neal said...

Thank you so much for doing this. I know it took a lot of prep work and time but this is an amazing resource to have especially when your on a budget. 

Jessica said...

Where do you get your jars and labels? They are so cute!!

Franklandsarah said...

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Vicky said...

wow thats a great idea! and you have a lovely stock of mixes in your pantry. Thank you for sharing the info!

Leigh said...

Wondering what the shelf life would be on the mixes, we wouldn't use them very quickly? Do you think putting in the fridge or freezer would hurt?

Bianca Horkan said...

I found your site last night through a friends Pintrest page and I am insanely jealous of the room you have in your kitchen for your mixes!

I made up my own chili mix -- after trying in vain to find a low sodium one that I liked -- and it's currently the only one I use (I make it every time I make chili, I don't have a large storage container for it).

I look forward to going through your site for ideas! Thanks for sharing with the world! :-)


Carol A Fair said...

Love your ideas!  Thanks so much for sharing them.

Dbuckley51 said...

this is great.  Thank you so much.  I am going to do this with several friends.

Melissa Shaw Oyler said...

I would be willing to pay a reasonable price for a PDF file of ALL the mixes you keep on your shelves. These are VERY handy. Thanks for sharing the ones listed here. :)

Theresa said...

I love this. Pre-made mixes are something I have been thinking about forever, but I am wondering how you know how much of the dry ingredients you need to scoop out... I have a pancake recipe that I would love to pre-mix the dry ingredients, I just don't know how I would know how much of the dry to add to the wet?

Kimmikubb said...

it should be 7 brownie batches and 4 sheetcakes.

Kelley said...

I've been wondering this as well! Plus, how did you come up with these recipes & figure out how much to use? It's nice of you to share, I appreciate it! But I would also love to learn how to adapt recipes, did you just start using one you had already & just trial & error?

Pgumbert said...

I would like to know where you get your jars. They are lovely. 

Nicole said...

I think you boil the sour cream then add the sour cream mixture in :)

Craftychik said...

I haven't read the comments the only thing I would do differently is put the recipes on the back of the jar for an easy go to without having to find the recipes. How did you get the labels on with a printer and sticker paper? or did you buy the letters already printed. Love the organization and ascetics of the jars being all the same I'm going to be doing something like this soon! Thanks for your time and effort-keep it up.

Anonymous said...

There is an online store called thejarstore.com and they have a TON of different size and shapes (3 gallon glass jars!!) and they are MUCH cheaper than retail. I found them via pinterest and I can't wait to order some storage jars!

april said...

I would love to try this! but for some reason I can only get 3 recipes :(

Tawna sur said...

Just an FYI if you want to eliminate the vanilla ( to avoid the 35% alcohol or to give as a gift) make vanilla sugar. Split open a vanilla bean and bury it in a glass jar of sugar for at least 2-3 weeks . Use sugar in the mix. No extract needed

Reliancepantry said...

Two more ways you can improve on this list, first use Thrive eggs, butter and milk that are freeze dried so no need to take along fresh items that could spoil or spill. You could package these up and dehydrate them or use the food storage systems to take out the air. No more jars. Thank you for putting these recipes out. We love anything that saves people money.

Renee Howard said...

It won't keep long stored at room temperature, with the fat mixed in. (But the recipe doesn't call for you to mix the fat in, since you do that at preparation time.) You'd want to store your mix in the freezer if you're mixing the fat in ahead of time.

Renee Howard said...

Great recipe! We made them tonight and they turned out wonderfully. Moist and chewy--definitely not a cake-like brownie, and that's fine with me! Mine baked in a glass pan for 27 minutes. It's a keeper!

Tina said...

Just wondering what size the jars are?

Cassie said...

Someone asked about a file of all your mixes. Do you have anything like this available?

Visionsrevealed said...

Amazing! You posted this in 2011 and it looks like it's been hot ever since. That's because the idea is fabulous! I also appreciate you mentioning that when you started out you used dollar store containers. That is encouraging. I have bookmarked your blog and I look forward to reading more

Brenda Ihrke said...

Hi, I made the brownies over the weekend and as a few others said, the batter was really quite thick. I sorta freaked and added about 3 tablespoons of water. They turned out just fine (others who commented before didn't add anything and theirs were fine too it seems). Thanks for the recipes, they are great for cutting down the grocery bill! My son thought it was cool that we "made" the mix, then we "made" the brownies too!

Coco said...

I was wondering if you thought this recipe could be done in this way: http://therachelleproject.blogspot.com/2013/01/thin-and-chewy-chocolate-chip-cookies.html

Mix all the dry ingredients and store, to make easier work when we want cookies. Is there any ingredient that doesn't work with?

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Kay Neme said...

Where do u get the jars?!

Kay Neme said...

Me too! Recipes!

Kay Neme said...

What is the shelf life of the mixes?

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Julie Curtis said...

Just my opinion... I prefer coconut oil also, but I think canola would be fine as long as it's organic/non-GMO.

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