Troubleshooting Guide - Frozen Biscuit Dough

Not seeing desired results for Frozen biscuit dough? Get help below!
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  • Why didn’t the biscuit rise properly?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Oven temperature is too low

    Set oven to temperature recommended on package directions. Check oven for accuracy using an oven thermometer.

    Product is old and out of code date

    Dispose of out of date products.

  • Why is the biscuit dry?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Oven temperature is incorrect

    Follow bake temperature and time recommendation on package label. Have oven checked for accuracy. A low oven temperature will require an increased bake time, which can dry out the biscuit. A high oven temperature can dry out the biscuits if baked to the recommended time.

    Biscuits stored improperly

    Keep biscuit dough frozen between 0-10°F

  • Why does the biscuit have a dry crust and doughy interior?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Oven temperature is too hot

    Follow label directions for proper oven temperature. Check oven for accuracy using an oven thermometer.

    Biscuits may have been partially thawed prior to baking

    Keep biscuit dough frozen between 0 - 10°F. Remove only those from the freezer that are needed.

  • Why does the biscuit have a misshapen appearance in the raw dough?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Biscuit dough has likely been thawed and re-frozen.

    Keep dough frozen between 0 - 10°F.

  • Why is the biscuit dough gray in color?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Biscuits are old and possibly out of date

    Dispose of out of date product.

    Biscuit dough has likely been thawed and re-frozen.

    Keep dough frozen between 0 - 10°F.

  • Why do the baked biscuits have an uneven appearance?

    Possible Causes

    Possible Solutions

    Incorrect panning of biscuits

    Place biscuits on pan so that edges are just touching.