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#1 of 3 Old 07-19-2011, 10:24 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello!

 

Please don't flog me.  I beg of you!  :-)

 

I am due any day now with our first little one.  And am trying to stock the freezer just as fast as I can.  

 

I have a Costco-size box of Bisquick, and would love to make some pancakes, muffins and such for the freezer.  But I must admit, I have NO IDEA what to do.  Yes...I can MAKE the pancakes and waffles. 

 

But is there anything special I need to do to FREEZE them?  For those who will admit to using Bisquick, do you have any favorite combinations that may appeal to a new mama and papa?

 

Also, are there any quick Bisquick "snacks" that I can make to have on-hand for the Midwife and the crowd that is planning to gather at my house?  (It was just supposed to be us...now...well, that's a different post for a different forum)

 

Thank you!

 

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I don't use Bisquick, but I do freeze pancakes and waffles.  I usually make them, put them on a single layer on a cookie sheet, cool and then freeze for a bit.  Once they're frozen take them off the cookie sheet and put them in freezer bags.  To defrost I just throw them in the toaster.

 

I think you can also make muffins from bisquick.


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I can't help with the Bisquick, but I can let you know that Ziplock brand bags are BPA, phthalate, and dioxin free. Makes me feel better because I do freeze a fair amount of stuff in them.


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