How to freeze biscuits is a quick tutorial on how I freeze uncooked made from scratch biscuits for when I need some in a hurry or want to cook just a few at a time.
My family could not make it without biscuits. We eat them all the time and with every meal. There is something about a Southern biscuit that just makes your mouth water! I love to freeze them to have on hand when my kids drop by so I can just pop however many I need in the oven. Seriously, my grown kids would rather have biscuits than cake or pie.
How to freeze biscuits is an easy, quick post for those that have asked us about our method.
I make up my biscuits, and you can do this with just about any biscuit recipe, cut them out and place them on a pie pan or baking sheet. Then place the pan with the biscuits in the freezer for a couple hours until frozen. Remove the frozen biscuits and put in a Ziploc freezer bag. I use one of those gallon sized bags and fill it up. That’s all there is to it. Remove however many you want to bake and place on a baking sheet at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes until they are golden brown. You can brush the tops with melted butter before or after baking. Serve slathered with butter and honey like above or with your favorite jams and jellies.
The above biscuits are made with only 2 cups of baking mix and enough buttermilk to make a dough. You can use Bisquick or Jiffy mix or you can make your own with our recipe for baking mix.
I, sometimes, freeze already cooked biscuits, too, if I have a bunch leftover after a meal. You can freeze the cooked ones the same way as the uncooked biscuits. Frozen biscuits are best used within 2 or 3 months but will keep much longer.
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