Biscuits/Stoneground Corn Muffins
STORAGE: Keep in Freezer quality Ziploc Bags for freshness, as our products do not contain any preservatives. Product will stay fresh at room temperature if you plan to eat it that day, provided it is in an airtight container/bag.
Microwave 1 to 3 biscuits (straight from the freezer) on a microwavable plate. Lightly Spritz with water. Microwave for 35 seconds. Check for doneness, if necessary add 10 second increments until as desired. Biscuits should be warm through the center.
Warning: the microwave makes baked goods rubbery and tough if overdone, or if left to sit too long after heating. **Microwaves can vary in intensity. Be cautious! Don't get burned!
Conventional Oven *** Best Method for larger quantity: Lightly spritz biscuits with water, cover with foil and reheat at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 20 to 25 minutes or until warm through center. Serve biscuits plain or with your favorite toppings.
Reheat your individual cinnamon roll for about 25 to 30 seconds in the microwave.
**Microwaves can vary in intensity. Be cautious! Don't get burned!
Conventional Oven *** Best Method for larger quantity: Reheat in oven at 350° for 20 to 30 minutes until warm all the way through. Take out of oven and turn upside down onto plate or other dish. The bottom becomes the top! And you have a delectable delicious gooey cinnamon roll that can hardly be differentiated from yeast bread!
Each package or loaf pan of cinna-biscuits come with cinnamon roll glaze, not sugar-free, that may be heated in microwave for 20 seconds or so and drizzled over biscuits if desired.
We use all natural quality fresh ingredients and do not add preservatives to our products. KEEP FROZEN until ready to eat.
For Best Results - place cookie packages or cookies into freezer quality baggies. Double bagging can also be helpful if it's going to be longer than a few days.
When ready to enjoy - Separate cookies and place on a flat surface at room temperature approximately 30 minutes. Keep cookies covered for freshness until ready to eat. Some flavors thaw more quickly than others. Eat them at your favorite temperature. BEWARE of hard nuts and chocolate when frozen.
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