I was in a baking mood the other day and my kids have been requesting that I make cinnamon rolls. So, I made a big batch of them. Cinnamon rolls take time to make and I don’t often have the time it takes to make them. So, when I make them, I bake a big batch and freeze most of them.
I have tried several different ways to freeze them over the years. Most of the times they dried out too much. I just wasn’t happy with how they were after I froze them. After trying several different ways to freeze them I have figure out what I think works best.
I have found that freezing just a few together, instead of a whole bunch works better. I also find that foil works better than freezing them in a pan or with plastic wrap.
Here is what I do.
I lay two pieces of foil out and place my cinnamon rolls on it like this.
Then I fold up the foil to cover the rolls.
I then place the foil package in a ziploc type bag. I label and date them and I freeze them until we are ready to defrost and eat them.
How do you freeze your cinnamon rolls?
For more tips see Tammy’s Recipes.