I know that probably everyone has either heard of or used the shake n pour Bisquick pancake bottle, I have. But after a few trips using them, I got to thinking about how much trash they generate and how to re-use them. Well, you can't just pour the same amount of Bisquick, because you have to add eggs to it. I found some Betty Crocker Buttermilk, complete pancake mix that you just add 1 cup of water; It costs about the same as the Bisquick ones do, but makes more pancakes. If you add 1 tbs veg oil, you can make waffles. It comes in a packet so you need a container to mix it. Hmmmm, a large, cleaned out, plastic peanut butter jar fits the bill. And there you have your own re-usable shake n pour. Just wash out the jar for the next time; less trash in the bin/landfill.