Make A DIY Biscuit And Bread Warmer With A Rice Bag

Make A DIY Biscuit And Bread Warmer With A Rice Bag

Nothing beats a warm biscuit right out of the oven. If you want to keep them warm and scrumptious throughout an entire meal, try this simple DIY solution.

Photo by Pen Waggener.

Covering your biscuits in a cloth or towel helps trap some heat, but no matter what, they get cold after a few minutes. That’s why Lisa Freedman at The Kitchn suggests you use a homemade rice bag basket. First, line a basket or bowl with a cloth or tea towel. Then fill a cloth bag or a clean sock with rice and put it in the microwave for about a minute so it gets nice and warm. Now put the rice bag in the basket or bowl, lay down a paper towel, and fill it up with your freshly baked biscuits. Add another cloth or tea towel on top and you’ve got biscuits that will stay warm until dessert.

An Easy Way to Keep Biscuits Warm [The Kitchn]

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