Freeze Canned Biscuits

I found out just today that you can freeze the biscuits-in-a-can! Find a sale, stock up, and throw them in the freezer. You can either let the can thaw out, pop it open and then bake the biscuits or (frozen cans will NOT pop) pry the frozen biscuits out of the can and bake them. I've done it both ways. The frozen biscuits are harder to pry apart and don't look as pretty as the thawed ones, but sometimes you just can't wait for a hot biscuit.


By AuntyC from Anderson, MO

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By Michele (Guest Post)
September 18, 20084 found this helpful

These won't pop open in the freezer? WOW never knew you could freeze these kinds of biscuits! Thanks for the info!

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April 13, 20190 found this helpful

I have been buying and freezing biscuits for years
Just pop open and separate on a plate and freeze til rock hard and put in s baggie so each time you want one take it out if freezer and microwave on high . I turn it at about 39 seconds and do it again til ready. It doesnt create a crust but it created soft warm bread ! Yummy

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By (Guest Post)
September 19, 20080 found this helpful

On the can in big letters it says: DO NOT FREEZE. Guess if it works for you, ok then!

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April 13, 20190 found this helpful

Dont believe everything you read

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By kelly (Guest Post)
September 22, 20080 found this helpful

this is great news, thanks!

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By sharon (Guest Post)
December 3, 20080 found this helpful

Don't try it. I did and they sucked. They didn't rise either.

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February 2, 20162 found this helpful

I've done it for years, you should let them COMPLETELY thaw or the extra moisture in the biscuits will effect them rising and give them a flat unsatisfying taste. Just got to do it right n be patient.

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December 20, 20162 found this helpful

Place on a greased or sprayed baking pan freeze then put in a ziplock bag or container when ready to use place in pan thaw completely and bake

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May 2, 20170 found this helpful

Did you also know that you can freeze eggs? When eggs are on sale for 99cents a dozen I stock up! I beat the eggs I buy then I freeze them in Ice cube trays (covered with plastic wrap) each cube represents one egg, just thaw the night before in fridge.


I also freeze milk, egg nog and chocolate milk when on sale as well.

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February 25, 20212 found this helpful

Yes I just found out it's true. I froze a can of Pillsbury Grands then put it the fridge the next day to thaw. Then I baked them in electric toaster. They turned out perfect!

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