I found when I retired a few years ago I pretty much quit making sandwiches for lunch every day. Love Sandwiches. Now, when I buy bread, I split the loaf into 2 and half goes in the freezer pronto. Probably should be split into thirds. The only way I like frozen bread is toasted, and I don't always want toast, so I have to plan bread use accordingly, and that makes my brain hurt sometimes.
I don't think I have ever
been able to buy hot dog buns that match the amount of hot dogs. So there is usually one or the other lying in wait in the freezer. I sure would like to find a decent tasting hot dog/ burger bun somewhere too.
I keep both corn and flour tortillas in the freezer. When I open a pkg, I separate them with sheets of wax paper and into large size freezer bags. Both the wax paper and bags are re-usable. And even if the tortillas come in a zip lock bag, I just find a different use for those, just not in the freezer.
I just re-discovered English muffins when I went to McDonalds for breakfast in the afternoon when they first added All Day breakfasts to their menu. I thought, Hmm, I can make these at home and not leave my yard. Otherwise I hadn't had an E-muffin in years unless on eggs bennie. I just repackage them into freezer bags and pull when needed. This makes the little girls happy too, as I also remembered Tuna Melts are good on english muffins and they get spoonful treats. Now that's what I call McWhiska's.
Quick breads, corn bread and muffins. Don't currently have any. I do make banana, zucchini bread sometimes, and frequently make corn bread or muffins. I pretty much consume these before they get stale. Buttermilk biscuits, on the other hand, I don't care for too much beyond a day or so. I haven't ever tried freezing them for later.
Frozen bread dough balls. white or whole wheat and once in awhile, mixed. I didn't care for their cinnamon roll flavor, at least the brand I used. I sometimes will buy this and pull and let rise one or two at a time. Once I unknowingly bought a "family size" I think 18 or so. They will get freezer burn if not used within a reasonable time.
So the freezer on the top of the refrigerator only holds so much and bread has to share space.
I currently have 5 dinner rolls leftover from T'sgiving. Plus I ate some yesterday. Guess we had enough bread and no teenagers for dinner.