One thing I try to steer clear of in the grocery is convenience foods. I know they are loaded with preservatives and artificial garbage. Honestly though, sometimes I wouldn’t mind their ‘convenience’. Life at times can be hectic and there are days that I don’t have an hour for dough to rise or I get busy and it’s already time to be making supper plans…
It is important to me to make sure I give my family the best I can, so when I do *ahem* slip 🙂 I have a back-up plan.
When I have my own ‘convenience foods’ in my freezer, they are a great go-to meal without sacrificing money or peace-of-mind when I take the ‘fast food’ road. ugh…
Frozen pre-made (by me) lasagnas, casseroles and such are wonderful to have in the freezer.
Today though, we are talking about biscuits.
Everyone loves a good ole homemade biscuit.
Perfect for breakfast with jam, with a cuppa soup for lunch or have one with some pot roast for supper. Mmmm…
To make things easier for efficient, I laid out all my ingredients in bulk.
Then we made up batch after batch and placed the NON-COOKED biscuits on a pan lined with freezer paper and popped them in the freezer for a half hour or so, until frozen.
Afterwards, all we had to do was grab some freezer bags and fill.
I love it that I can get our 20 if we are having some friends over for a meal, or I can grab out 2 to fix for Honey’s breakfast before he goes in to work.
Here’s the recipe: