This is a quick easy recipe for bisquick impossible vegetable pie with a creamy, buttery, chewy topping. You can make it in less than 20 minutes and it is sure to impress everyone in your family.
Easy, easy, easy.
Bisquick pie is one of those things that is easy to make, but that isn’t necessarily the point. It’s the perfect example that you can make it in a hurry and that it isn’t always about the recipe and the time you spend making it.
Bisquick pie is a classic quick, easy to make, and easy recipe that people love. Its also a thing that most people are made to love, but not everyone. In fact, most of the Bisquick Pie recipes never really changed. Bisquick Pie, also known as “impossible vegetable pie,” was created by a woman named Betty Crocker and was published by Bon Appetit magazine in 1957.
Betty Crocker was famous for the Bisquick Pie recipe and the fact that it was impossible to make in a hurry. But Betty Crocker could make it in a hurry and that was the secret to it. There are dozens of recipes of the Bisquick Pie that have been around for decades, but the one that I have always liked and that I’ve shared here is the one called Impossible.
Impossible was Betty Crocker’s first attempt at creating a vegetable pie and it was not too successful. But because the Bisquick Pie was so difficult to make, Betty Crocker decided to try again. Her second effort was even more difficult and as it turned out, it was far from successful. But Impossible Pie was a success in my book, so it makes me happy that Ive put it here.
Its name is the Bisquick Pie, which means the Impossible One, and its recipe is so easy that every single recipe Ive ever seen has a list of ingredients. So for this Bisquick Pie, Ive used Bisquick, which is a thick, crunchy, and sticky dough. This pie is really, really good.
The recipe itself is very simple. All you need to do is add your favorite vegetables and you get an incredible vegetable pie. In the picture above you can see that I also added some melted butter, which is key.
The recipe also makes for a great party appetizer when paired with fruit, cheese, and dessert. Because, well, you really can’t eat too much.
The recipe also makes my favorite vegetable pie, but in reverse. You can use it to make something that is truly difficult to make and it still tastes amazing.