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Freezing homemade Sister Schubert rolls??


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Freezing homemade Sister Schubert rolls??

luv2bake | | Feb 4, 2007 04:46 PM

Usually when I bake bread, I make it all the same day, whatever we're going to eat. But I am making Sister Schubert rolls (not out of the freezer but from scratch) and have a dilemma. I think the frozen ones at the grocer are unbaked, but I'm not positive. Does anyone know? I'm a little worried about freezing the dough unbaked. I don't usually like to freeze this kind of thing, but I really have more rolls than we can eat (no, strike that - than we SHOULD eat) in one evening. And my daughter loves, loves, loves them, so having a stash in the freezer would be incredibly helpful.

The store-bought bake time for the rolls (after thawing) is 15-20 minutes. The bake time for the homemade rolls is also 15-20 minutes.

If anyone has made the actual Sister Schubert Parkerhouse rolls from scratch at home and has experience w/ freezing them, I would welcome your guidance. Also anyone who has good luck with freezing homemade bread with suggestions as to whether they would be best frozen unbaked, partially baked, or completely baked.

Thank you!!

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