When I grew up there was always bread in the freezer. How about you? Surprisingly, many people don't realise how perfectly it freezes.
I tried these yummy rolls from the German bakery so bought a few extra for the freezer. So much nicer than supermarket bread!
We store all sorts of bread in our freezer, such as:
- sandwich bread (for school lunches)
- sliced bagels and sliced sourdough (I love a toasted bagel for breakfast)
- sliced raisin/fruit loaf
- hot cross buns at Easter time
- Turkish bread
- Lebanese bread
- hot dog rolls for sausage sizzles
And now I can add German seeded rolls to the inventory.
Make sure you slice any loaves prior to freezing, and I also recommend slicing Turkish bread into individual portions before freezing too. Once it's frozen it will be like sawing through a brick, and you probably don't want to defrost a whole loaf for a slice or two.