English muffins are a popular yeast-leavened bread, that are typically sliced and toasted. But no one wants to take a bite of a hard or spoiled English muffin for breakfast! Learn how to store them properly for optimal taste and shelf life.

English muffins can be enjoying in loaf form too for an amazing sandwich!

Typically, English Muffins last for about three to four days after purchase when stored at normal room temperature on the kitchen counter. After that, they likely will go stale or develop mold.

Keep them sealed tightly and in a cold, dry area, away from direct sunlight to maximize the shelf life of English Muffins.

To keep your English Muffins longer than a few days, the cool temperature of the refrigerator will help them last longer in the fridge.

To refrigerate your leftover English Muffins, the best thing to do is wrap the individual muffins in plastic wrap, and then place them in a Ziploc bag for best results.

English Muffins freeze very well, as long as you put them in the freezer while they are still fresh. They will maintain their quality for at least three months

It is best to slice the English Muffins before freezing so that you don't have to struggle to slice them when frozen

Follow along my tutorial on how to make homemade english muffins!