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    Default Re-heating biscuits?

    Those cheese and herb biscuits are really good, but don't get as light and fluffy cooking one at a time instead of several, where the sides are all touching as they cook. Would they still be as good if I precook the whole bag, freeze and re-heat one at a time?

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    Try baking 3 so that they touch and then freeze one or all of them and try it out. I suspect they'll work out fine if you reheat

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    Default Re: Re-heating biscuits?

    Baked frozen biscuits are bought in grocery stores. When we serve breakfast to a large group we buy the frozen biscuits. We let them defrost and warm in the oven.

    If I were reheating only one or two biscuits I would wrap one in a paper towel and spritz it with a little water to put some moisture back in the biscuit and put it in the microwave oven on 50% (medium) power for about 1 min. 12 seconds.

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    Default Re: Re-heating biscuits?

    Quote Originally Posted by anninsd View Post
    If I were reheating only one or two biscuits I would wrap one in a paper towel and spritz it with a little water to put some moisture back in the biscuit and put it in the microwave oven on 50% (medium) power for about 1 min. 12 seconds.

    Ann
    Perfect advice. That's how I reheat leftover biscuits, too. Works great.
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    Thanks guys. I'll let you know how it works. (If I don't eat the whole package right out of the oven.)

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