Homemade Freezer Biscuits

Since switching from eating already prepared food and snacks bought from the store, to cooking from scratch, we have discovered many amazing recipes. The children have also began to expect amazing home-cooked meals every time. Which is good! Right? They should crave real food and not a box of pop-tarts. But I don’t always have time to prepare a meal from scratch. Those are the times I rely on freezer cooking to save the day.

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I’m not gonna lie. Sometimes there is absolutely nothing on my schedule! I am not the type of person that enjoys being bored. Not at all. So on those days I usually end up preparing a couple of meals for the freezer to spare the extra stress later.

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These biscuits are my favorite freezer food. Β Being Southerners we love our biscuits and gravy. Yup. Mmmmm.

Sorry.

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So I love having these already prepped for busy mornings when we woke up late (so what if that’s every morning?), can’t find anything and have 20 minutes to get out of the house.

Having things prepped in the freezer allows us to still have a family breakfast. (Which is pretty stinkin’ awesome.)

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These homemade freezer biscuits smell, taste, and look almost exactly like the kind you can get from the store…but better! They’re so easy to make and they’ve quickly become a staple in my house. I like to make a few batches at a time (maybe 3-4) so that I can pull out biscuits anytime I need a quick and easy side dish.

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Homemade Freezer Biscuits

Yield: 18

Homemade Freezer Biscuits

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups all purpose flour
  • 2 Tbs baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup cold butter, cubed
  • 1 1/2 cup milk

Instructions:

  • Mix dry ingredients together. Add in the butter and mix until crumbly. (If you have one, you can use a KitchenAid or food processor to save time and effort). Add in the milk and mix until a ball forms.
  • Roll out onto a floured surface and cut into biscuits.
  • Freeze on a cookie sheet for 1-2 hours. Then remove and place in a airtight freezer bag.
  • To cook it, pull the desired number of biscuits out and let thaw for 30 minutes to an hour (I move them to the fridge the night before). Bake at 450 degrees for 8-12 minutes.
http://tenatthetable.com/recipes/homemade-freezer-biscuits/

73 Thoughts on “Homemade Freezer Biscuits

  1. These biscuits sound great- brilliant that you can just pop them in the freezer!

  2. Great idea–I’ll be trying this!

  3. I am definitely making these this weekend. I love to have a busicuit (or two) with my breakfast on weekends (totally get the Southern thing) but hate having to do all the mixing. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Love this idea. I’ll be making some of these for sure.

  5. SUCH a good (and delicious!) idea, and the recipe sounds perfect! Thank you for sharing this with us at Treasure Box Tuesday- pinned! πŸ™‚

  6. Carolee on August 8, 2014 at 10:13 pm said:

    These sound fabulous! I will definitely make a batch to freeze. Thanks so much for sharing. πŸ™‚

  7. I am totally saving this to make when I start my freezer cooking after my son goes back to school. These sound perfect even if you just want to cook up a few in the toaster oven. YUM!!!!

  8. This is a great idea… and how nice it would be to have breakfast ready. πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing this.

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  10. I have bought frozen biscuits in the past because I can pull out just what I need so I really look forward to making these to always have on hand!

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  21. This is a fantastic idea! I’m going to do this for sure. I was raised by two southerners, so I too love the biscuits but don’t have the a lot of time to make them. This would be great! I also don’t eat very much processed food, so no canned biscuits.

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  25. I’m Southern, but I almost never make biscuits even though I love to eat them. I’ll have to make a batch of these, and try them on days when I’m in a hurry. Thanks!

  26. These look easy and delish. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded-just pinned on the links board!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

  27. This could be a wonderful asset in my world. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day
    Hugs from South Africa

  28. Pinned! They look great

  29. I have made many a freezer meal over the years and kids growing up but it never occurred to me to freeze biscuits! Very clever. visiting from Fridays Unfolded. Linda

  30. These look fantastic! I love recipes that can be prepped and frozen for quick meals later. Pinning and definitely trying your recipe!

  31. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

  32. I am pretty sure that I am the world’s worst biscuit maker, but I may have to try these. I’m a huge fan of having a few things in the freezer for convenience.

  33. I used to premake biscuits and freeze them – wonderful recipe! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

  34. I’ll be featuring your recipe Friday! Hope to see you at the party again. Feel free to share any of your recipes or other posts. Theresa @DearCreatives

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  37. These looks delicious! I will have to give these a try since there is no yeast included. I need a simple recipe with natural ingredients and this may be it. Thank you for sharing!
    Have a great weekend πŸ™‚

  38. I love this idea sooo much! Mmm and they look amazing!

  39. I love to cook in advance and store food in the freezer for those days when I have no time at all! These biscuits looks delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe!

  40. Ohh this looks amazing! I have been looking for some new freezer recipes and this will go great with some of my favorite fall soups.

  41. Have you ever tried these with whole wheat or white whole wheat flour?

  42. This is such a genius idea! I will have to try this soon.

    -Pam @ Pam’s Life

  43. One of my favorites and who wouldnt want to have fresh baked biscuits ready and waiting to just pop in the oven? Love it gonna do this,Thanks!

  44. This is awesome!! I really need to get myself organized with freezer meals! Thanks for sharing this with us at Foodie Fridays…great timing for me!

  45. Great idea! What happens if you don’t thaw them out first?

    • Hi KC!

      If you don’t thaw them first they begin to cook in the oven before they thaw. This makes the biscuit stay small, and it will also take longer to cook. If you don’t have time to thaw them overnight, you could put them in the oven for 3-4 minutes and take them out onto the counter for about 5 minutes and they should be thawed enough to bake at this point. The biscuits in the pictures actually had this thawing process, so as you can see it turns out great!

      Hope this helped!

      Maria Alison

  46. This would help my life. I love having easy homemade food available for my family. This would be a hit!

  47. These sound great! I love biscuits! =)

  48. Love these! I can’t wait to try them πŸ™‚ I found your recipe at the Weekend Social link party. Thanks and Merry Christmas! Sammi @ Grounded and Surrounded

  49. I love anything I can make ahead and freeze for later. These biscuits look great and delicious…thanks for sharing! Great idea!

  50. Perfect idea for the upcoming holidays! Thanks for linking up to On Display Thursday.

  51. Yummy and you are right Biscuits and Gravy are ‘Make you slap” your mama good. I could live on them. So I can not wait to try out this recipe as I am sure it will beat any store bought recipe.

  52. These look so delicious and Im sure they beat the heck out of those store bought ones!

  53. I clicked on a beef stew recipe post at Inspire Me Monday because I making beef stew right now in the slow cooker for dinner tonight, and I am clicking here because I made homemade biscuits for breakfast this morning. I was so glad to begin this tradition or hone this skill or whatever it may be properly called, again in my home. My grandmother made homemade biscuits probably everyday of her adult life–two or three times a day. But then the skill got lost during my mom’s generation. She tried to make biscuits so many times and they NEVER came out right, so we started to just think it was an “old time” thing that is just too difficult to continue. But I have since taken on the challenge and revived making biscuits in my home. And I am determine to start my girls out on it now at 9 and 6 so this doesn’t happen again.

    I was in the store one day to buy some frozen biscuits and had an epiphany…I have flour, baking powder, salt and milk at home right now. Why would I spend 4-5 dollars for a bag of biscuits…my grandmother would NEVER done that. So I went home and revived a down home money saver that is healthier (no preservatives) and more enjoyable.

    Great post, great recipe (mine similar), and great perspective on preparing meals.

    Stephanie

  54. O my I had no idea you can freeze biscuits! I am printing this now to try! Visiting from Inspire Me Monday!

  55. I will have to try this recipe vs the other freezer recipe I have. Time saving for sure.

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  58. I have made these before. I love having biscuits in the freezer. I will be making again when I am mobile again.

  59. Love that these are made with butter not shortening!

  60. What a great idea! Of course, I’m not organized enough to write the directions out so legibly, but I do love the concept.

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  62. these look delicious and I love how thick and fluffy they are! How thick do you roll them out? I have made some other freezer biscuits and they were pretty thin after baking.

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  66. Jody Doyle on August 19, 2019 at 7:43 am said:

    Hi Maria, thanks for sharing this recipe! I just found it on Pinterest. I made these last Tuesday and, to my husband’s horror, froze them all. πŸ™‚ We went camping over the weekend and I thought these would be a great addition to bacon & eggs. I thawed a few of them in a pie tin and then placed canning jar lids in a Dutch oven and the pie tin on top of them. We used briquettes to heat the Dutch oven to 450 F and baked them for 12 minutes. I was so happy with how they turned out! Light, flaky, tender and oh so wonderful!!! Hubby LOVED them! These will also be awesome for those weekend mornings he wants homemade biscuits and sausage gravy…yummm. Thanks again for a great recipe that will save me so much frustration!

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