Freezer Friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits

Bread & biscuits are a common side dish in our house.  I love making biscuits from scratch because they are truly easy to make and require just a few ingredients.  Another thing I love…Red Lobster.  Not that I don’t love seafood but one of the main reasons that my family used to make the venture to Red Lobster when we went out of town was those darn biscuits.  You know what I’m talking about!

Turn the delectable family favorite cheddar bay biscuits into a freezer friendly version with these simple steps.  Make this quick favorite even quicker!

However heading out to Red Lobster every time I wanted a dreamy biscuit was out of the question.  Not only because of the price it takes to feed my family at Red Lobster, but the closest Red Lobster is over 3 hours away.  As I said just not feasible.  Since making a trip to Red Lobster isn’t feasible, I have brought the delicious biscuits home.  Not only have I brought them home but I find them to be EXTREMELY freezer friendly!

To make these cheddar bay biscuits freezer friendly you will need to leave off the last two ingredients until baking time.  This is not a huge issue for me as I always have butter and garlic powder on hand.  I mix up a couple batches of cheddar bay biscuits at a time and cook the few I need for the family.

To freeze the rest of them I cover a cookie sheet in parchment paper and shape the biscuits as if I’m going to cook them.  Then I place a whole tray of cheddar bay biscuits into the freezer and let them freeze until solid.  Usually over night in my house.  Once the biscuits are frozen solid I can then put them all into a Ziploc labeled with the date they were made (and of course that they are cheddar bay biscuits).

To bake I place my biscuits on a cookie sprayed with Pam and pop them in the oven while it’s preheating.  This tends to be enough to “thaw” the biscuits.  You might need to add a minute or 2 to the cooking time.  While the biscuits are in the oven I will mix the butter and garlic powder to have it ready to top my biscuits with.  Talk about making dinner sides even easier!

By freezing the cheddar bay biscuits I’m also able to only cook what I need.  For my family, 6 usually does us pretty good but I often like to serve them when company comes over.  Having them frozen individually means I can cook only 2 at a time or 30.

Freezer Friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits

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Freezer Friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits
 
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Ingredients
  • 2 C Bisquick Powder
  • ⅔ C Whole Milk
  • ½ C Triple Cheddar Cheese (Finely Shredded)
  • ½ C Margarine
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Mix bisquick, whole milk, and cheese with your hands until thoroughly combined.
  3. Place parchment paper on a cookie sheet
  4. Scoop dough into a large ice cream scoop.
  5. Use a butter knife to level the dough in the scoop.
  6. Drop this on the lined cookie sheet.
  7. Bake at 450 degrees for 6-10 minutes or until lightly brown on top.
  8. Check at the 6 minute mark to make sure they are not overdone.
  9. Melt the margarine.
  10. Add garlic powder.
  11. Stir well.
  12. Use a kitchen brush to apply the melted butter and garlic to the biscuits.

Turn the delectable family favorite cheddar bay biscuits into a freezer friendly version with these simple steps.  Make this quick favorite even quicker!

Have you even frozen biscuits before?  Will your family be incorporating these freezer friendly cheddar bay biscuits into your dinner rotation?

Comments

  1. says

    Love that you can bake a few at a time. My problem with recipes is that if we make 20, we eat all 20. This way, I can control our portion sizes.

  2. says

    I make these all the time, just never knew that they had the option of be placed in the freezer. What a time saver! I can see myself mixing up a triple batch, and then freezing them and only thawing what’s needed at that time. Thank you!!

  3. says

    I’ve been a freezer meal prep high lately… anything and everything I can make, freeze and use later is on my to make list! This would be a great side to some of those dishes.

    • Brandy says

      Having items in the freezer for quick components to meals is essential in this house. Hope you are having fun with freezer meal cooking. Thanks for stopping by!

    • Brandy says

      They work great to freeze before baking in individual ready to go drop biscuits. It’s the perfect way to only cook what is actually needed at the time!

  4. says

    How awesome is that?! We use a recipe very similar to that one (which I love!) but I had never thought about freezing them ahead of time. That might just come in handy. Thanks for sharing!

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