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.