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Packaged Foods

Convenience Biscuits

zackly | Nov 22, 202001:53 AM     5

I love biscuits but in New England they're no big thing. I'll make them occasionally but I'd like to find a quicker/easier option. The refrigerated ones in the tube like Pillsbury Grands don't work for me but heir frozen biscuits are pretty good. Unfortunately, my store only stocks a few and they are frequently out of stock or freezer burned. I'm not a big fan of Bisquick drop biscuits either, just OK, IMHO. Are there any better options? I used to sell Pioneer dry biscuit mix to restaurants ions ago that people liked. Is there a brand of easy to make biscuits, either in a roll, frozen or a dry mix that I should seek out? Thanks!

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