Carbquik Low-Carb Baking Mix 3 lb. box

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CarbQuik Baking Mix

A Complete Low-Carb Baking Mix

If you can tolerate some wheat in your low carb diet, then Carbquik (sometimes misspelled CarbQuick or Carb Quick) is a complete, low carb baking mix made with Carbalose. The mix is almost like a low-carb flour – it behaves like wheat flour because, unlike similar products, it’s made mostly from wheat. The net carbs are low as the majority of carbohydrates are fiber, which isn’t counted towards your net carb intake.

Carbquik contains 90% fewer net carbs than Bisquick and can do all the same things! Now, you have a variety of low-carb breakfast options such as low-carb biscuits, muffins, pancakes, waffles, pizza crust, and dumplings, as well as many cake and sweet dough recipes.

Tova Carbquik Bake Mix 3 lb. box is incredible for the low carb lifestyle. Check out these stats:

  • 90% fewer carbs than Bisquick
  • 2g net carbs per biscuit
  • 3 lb box makes 90 biscuits, just add water
  • Contains no sugar
  • High in fiber
  • Low in sodium
  • High in protein
  • 9 different recipes included on the box
  • CarbQuik makes low carb baking easy

Carbquik Nutrition Facts

Carbquik can be used in a wide array of low carb baking and breakfast recipes. This nutrition data is for Carbquik biscuits, since the only ingredients you need are Carbquik and water. If you’re using the mix in other low carb recipes, your nutrition data will be a little bit different.

  • Serving Size 1 biscuit (1 oz dry mix)
  • Servings Per Container: 90
  • Calories 60
  • Calories from Fat 30
  • Total Fat 3.5g
  • Saturated Fat 1g
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 130mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 10g*
  • Dietary Fiber 8g*
  • Sugars 0g*
  • Sugar Alcohols 0g*
  • Protein 4g

Ingredients: Carbalose flour (enzyme-modified wheat, vital wheat gluten, wheat fiber, high protein patent wheat flour, vegetable fiber, canola oil, salt, dextrose, emulsifiers, enzymes, ascorbic acid, sucralose, calcium propionate), palm and palm kernel oil, buttermilk powder, baking powder, egg white powder, lecithin, salt, natural flavors.

*Net carbs as listed by the manufacturer on their package = 2g per serving.

Grab a box of Carbquik and try it in your favorite low-carb recipes today!

When you’re running out of ideas for low-carb meals that satisfy your appetite, having a box on hand is a lifesaver. Have you tried it yet?

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  1. These tpiocs are so confusing but this helped me get the job done.

  2. can carbquick replace flour in baking cup for cup

  3. Can Carbquick be frozen or refridgerated?

    • I know I have put it in a refrigerator for a week or more so it should be no problem. I would not suggest using a freezer.


      • I keep mine in a freezer because I buy quite a bit at a time. Can’t tell that it is affected. Have been done this for a couple of years

      • I have had some in my pantry (on the shelf) for YEARS (like 5 or more) and made some of my own scone recipe and they were very good. No problem with shelf life either! DO you have a cookbook?

  4. Are you the same Andrew from thinsmart and Linda’s diet Delite? If so i have talked to you several times as i am a loyal repeat customer of these sites. Can carbquick be used the same as Bisquick. I am looking for a print recipe book for low carb sugar free cooking and baking.

  5. Is this Keto friendly?

    • A lot of people are adding the phrase “keto friendly” to a lot of stuff.

      I’m a purist and consider “keto friendly” to be a stricter version of a low-carb diet.

      According to the article by Diet Doctor called A Ketogenic Diet for Beginners:

      The “keto” in a ketogenic diet comes from the fact that it makes the body produce small fuel molecules called “ketones”. This is an alternative fuel for the body, used when blood sugar (glucose) is in short supply.

      Although CarbQuik is a low-carb version of a baking mix, I would not call it keto-friendly but definitely low-carb.


  6. The pancakes were so nasty tasting! What is the secret? Could not even doctor them up enough
    to stomach them.

  7. I used the Cheese Biscuit recipe. I divided in half. Pressed half into a 9×9 greased baking dish and baked for 8 minutes. During that time a scrambled 6 eggs with 1/4 cup heavy cream. I cooked this on the stove to slightly set. Removed from heat. I poured this on top of the slightly cooked biscuits bottom. Topped with 12 oz of cooked bacon and 2 cups of shredded cheese. I then drop the rest of the biscuits mixture on top. Brushed with melted butter. Baked for 15 minutes. It was wonderful. I have pictures if you want.

  8. Michael Deane Githens

    What about versus Almond Flour and Coconut Flour?

    • Think of CarbQuik as a Bisquick substitute. You would use CarbQuik one-for-one for Bisquick recipes.

      I use almond flour and coconut flour more than CarbQuik but usually as an alternate ingredient for recipes.

  9. It says no sugar but I see dextrose in the ingredients….isn’t dextrose sugar…sorry if that’s a stupid question…I am still researching this all out. Thanks!

  10. I make a half recipe of pancakes…I add 1- 11/2 teaspoons of baking powder, about 1/2 to 3/4 pack of sweet and low and I DO NOT addwater justvstraight fat free half and half .. and follow directions as follows …makes a thicker pancake

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