Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat question about cookie/muffin mixes

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      Yes! You can. In fact cook it, refrigerate or freeze them, then thaw during the night and nuke it in the morning.

      Also, for cookie dough, you can make the dough, roll into a log, wrap with saran wrap then put in a gallon size bag and freeze, then just cut into slices when you want to make cookies and cook.

      I have also made homemade cinnamon rolls – I did the dough, rolled it out, put the cinnamon, sugar and butter on it, cut them up, then set it in the microwave to rise for in the morning. My oven was set to turn on automatically about 1/2 and hour before I woke up. Then I just popped them in the oven when I woke up.

      You can make the sausage link and biscuits for breakfast. Get the cheap biscuits, cut in half and wrap around a ‘Lil Smokie’ link and cook until the biscuit is done. The I put 3 to a flip top baggie and a bunch more baggies like this in a quart size baggie, then froze. Took one out the night before and nuked 30 seconds and my son had a portable, nutritious breakfast. 3 was what he could eat – 4 was too many and 2 were not enough.

      He is 8.

      From: “armstrong, charlotte a. (jsc-od3) (USA)”
      Date: Thu May 8, 2003 11:52 pm

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat question about cookie/muffin mixes