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Freezer Cooking Sausage Biscuits

Make your own sausage biscuits to save time and money!

Freezer Cooking Sausage Biscuits are a game changer. Our reader prepared these on Sunday for her family to use the whole week.  It is a great idea and a real time saver! Not only is it easy for you but easy for your kids to warm them up in the morning!  You can use English muffins or biscuits!  This recipe can save you so much time during the week and saves you money too! Best of all you can control the ingredients that you use. It is possible to make these gluten or low carb. The sky is truly the limit!

You will love these Freezer Cooking Sausage Biscuits!  Make sure you share this easy recipe with your friends and family!  They will thank you!

Freezer Cooking ~ Sausage Biscuits

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Prep Time:5 minutes
Cook Time:7 minutes
Total Time:12 minutes


  • Sausage Patties
  • English Muffins
  • cheese optional


  • Brown Sausage patties and toast muffins.
  • Add Cheese (optional)
  • Allow to cool and sandwich together.
  • Wrap in plastic.
  • To Reheat - Wrap in wet paper towel and microwave 1 minute.
Author: Shelley@StockpilingMoms

This recipe and image was submitted by a reader.

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