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Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits (2oz / 24pk)

by General Mills |
Item # 645816
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Model # 1 |

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  • Ready to eat Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits with a rich, buttery flavor
  • Foodservice ready to just heat and serve
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Description

Hot and flaky biscuits are a great addition to any morning meal. With Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits you get ready to serve biscuits without the hassle of doing it yourself.

How to Store Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits?

It would be best if you stored Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits in a cool, dry place or the refrigerator for freshness and use them by the best by date printed on the package. If you know you are not going to use them all by the expiration date, you can put them in the freezer. You do not have to thaw them before cooking. However, they may need a few extra minutes to warm all the way through.

How Do You Heat Southern Style Biscuits?

You can take these out and warm them all at once in an oven at 400°F for between five and 10 minutes. The exact time may vary from oven to oven, so you should check them at five minutes. They are ready when they are warmed to your liking. Some consumers found that lining the tray with a moist towel and baking them that way helps to retain the moisture in the biscuit.

You can also microwave Pillsbury Southern Style Biscuits. To heat in the microwave, put a single biscuit on a microwavable plate and heat for 20 seconds. Let it stand for a few minutes before consuming.

Are These Biscuits Good for Biscuits and Gravy?

The Pillsbury biscuit recipe is the perfect complement to your favorite biscuits and gravy dish. They are not pre-sliced, but you can easily pull them open to pour sausage gravy over the top for a warm breakfast.

Are There Any Allergen Considerations for Southern Style Biscuits?

Those with milk and wheat sensitivities should know these are the main ingredients. However, they are certified kosher for those following a kosher diet.

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