Freezer Biscuits – Simple & Yummy!
One of my families favorites foods and one of my easiest ‘make in advance’ items is freezer biscuits. They are super simple to make and you can make up a bunch of them in a short period of time. Plus you can pull however many you are needing out of the freezer, therefore there is zero waste!
All you need is a the most basic supplies and even the most basic of kitchen skills. Seriously, my kids can do this! You can follow along with the video or just follow the recipe and soon you will be on your way to a freezer full of yummy homemade biscuits!
In a Few Minutes, Your Freezer Could be Full of Yummy Biscuits!
This process literally just takes a few minutes to put together. You literally throw all the ingredients in and mix, then roll out, cut and freeze. For Real! That’s it!!!
Freezer BiscuitsDifficulty: Easy
4 cups all purpose flour
2 tablespoons baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup shortening (or butter, or coconut oil)
1 3/4 cup milk
- Mix all of the dry ingredients together.
- Add shortening (or butter – whatever your fat is) and mix.
- Add milk and mix until everything is combined. It will be sticky.
- Turn out on a floured surface and press or roll to your desired thickness.
- Cut out your biscuits, whatever size your want and lay them on a cookie sheet.
- Stick into freezer for 1-2 hours, until they are frozen solid, then throw them all in a freezer bag.
- When you are ready to cook, pull out what you want, thaw for 30 min on a cookie sheet, then bake at 450 for 8-12 minutes.
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You will love these biscuits, not just because – who doesn’t love homemade biscuits – but also because you can work for about 30 minutes in the kitchen and have a whole slew of them for future use! I also have quite a few other recipes for those of you that enjoy freezer cooking. Just check out the Farm Kitchen category, here on A Life on the Farm. And for more great content, run over to the Two Oaks Farmstead Youtube Channel and subscribe so that you never miss a thing!