Consumer Panel: Sister Schubert’s Buttermilk Biscuits Rise To The Occasion

I love biscuits, but making a good one from scratch can be a challenge. Lucky
for me there are so many other choices. A new one is Sister Schubert’s frozen
Buttermilk Biscuits, which members of the Times-Union Consumer Panel have been
baking. They come in their own baking pan and can be cooked either frozen or

A two-biscuit serving contains 210 calories, 11 grams of fat, 500 milligrams of
sodium, 1 gram of sugars, 5 milligrams of cholesterol and 3 grams of trans fat.

Sales representative Angie Tekin ate the biscuits, which she thawed before
baking, spread with butter and preserves and had them for breakfast with bacon
and grits.

Photo Caption: FREEZER TO OVEN A tray of Sister Schubert’s biscuits at R. L.
Constantines home in Mobile, Ala.

Photo Credit: Dan Anderson for The New York Times

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