Excellent for large quantities and speedy servings
Fast and easy to implement
The required equipment is easily available to all people
Produces soft and crispy-edges pancakes
Results in best reheated and as good as original
Adds nice golden and unique color to pancakes
Though it takes time but is still worth it!
1. Reheat Pancakes In The Toaster (Best One!)
Indeed no person can deny the comfort of making the pancakes excessive in one go, storing it for some time, and reheating upon demand/need.
The toaster is the best way to reheat pancakes as it saves a lot of costs (than the oven) and requires no need for thawing or preheating.
Thus, never underestimate the power of your toaster, as it’s going to surprise you in seconds.
Result in awesomely reheated and foamy pancakes
Incredibly easy to implement
Some might not have access to a toaster (very rare)
Only a single pancake is placed in a slot. That’s why it takes a little time
Follow these amazing and simple steps to get the best result out of pancakes.
First and foremost, this method is the best way to heat up the frozen pancakes, as it requires no thawing.
Just follow the easy steps of storing pancakes (described above) and place the frozen pancakes inside the toaster.
Make sure to place a single pancake in one slot of the toaster.
Now, as per your toaster’s power and wattage, you need to place it on medium-high power. The toaster manual works well to instruct the proper way of reheating the pancakes.
Once the toaster jumps the pancakes out, you can carefully check the pancakes’ temperature once the timer ticks are over if you find them warm and especially check from the center. Then the pancakes are ready.
But if you feel like the pancakes are not well reheated, you can accordingly give them another round as per the requirement.
Finally, the yummy and delicious pancakes that were cold leftovers just a few minutes before. And now they are reheated nicely from the inside and have crispy edges outside.
Just place them on the plate and serve it with the best available or favorite syrup or berries; All your choice.
Hardly 4-5 minutes, including serving.
2. Reheat Pancakes in the Frying Pan
A frying pan can be a nice option to reheat pancakes, but beware that it is not that easy as it seems to be.
Frying a pan can burn or make pancakes dry. But if done properly, the pancakes can be nicely reheated and made crisp from the edges.
The universal method as frying pan is available with all people
Easy to implement
Evenly reheated with added golden texture
Requires to be thawed
Requires to monitor constantly
Follow these steps for the proper execution of reheating.
For this method, you need to control your hunger cravings slightly, as thawing is much essential to be done this method. This allows the pancakes to decrease their temperature and get an evenly reheated meal gradually.
After that, turn the flame to low-medium and place the pan. Place some butter or oil on the pan. It’s preferred to place butter on the nonstick frying pan and evenly grease the pan.
This won’t let the pancakes get dry. Also, this will avoid the food getting extra brown color.
Finally, place the pancakes on the frying pan. Keep the flame on low-medium. Keep flipping the sides using tongs. Be very careful and alert as these pancakes can quickly get brown or burn if left for more time.
Lastly, once the pancakes are nicely reheated from the middle, they are ready to be served. Drizzle honey or chocolate syrup of your choice. Or even you can go with ice cream, all as per your choice.
Around 15 minutes, as this method also requires thawing.
3. Reheat Pancakes in the Oven
Suppose you have a lot of leftover pancakes and want to reheat pancakes because guests are waiting speedily. In that case, the oven is the best option. We won’t recommend the oven for just a few pancakes.
For small quantities, you can use the toaster. Toaster reheats frozen pancakes one by one. To reheat a large quantity at once, go with the oven.
Also, one would never heat the entire kitchen on a hot summer day because of reheating a few pancakes. Yet if you have a large quantity, then do reheat pancakes in the oven.
Excellent for large quantities
Produces great quality and reheated pancakes
Takes more time than the other two methods
It is not universal as most people don’t have access to it
Is cost expensive and requires a little more labor
Follow these steps to reheat pancakes in the oven:
Perhaps the most difficult part is to control the hunger cravings. Yet, it’s much more important to preheat the oven and yield a nice and desirable pancake texture. Thus preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Now, place the baking sheet on the oven dish. After that, place the pancakes on the oven dish. With the help of nonstick spray or brush, apply some vegetable oil or melted butter (unsalted).
This helps the pancakes to retain their moist/foamy nature.
Reheat In The Oven:
Now greased before placing the pancakes in the oven. Make sure they all are placed apart from each other and are not overlapping.
Finally, cover the oven dish with close-fitting foil to ensure smooth reheating of pancakes.
Keep them in the oven for 8-10 minutes. Then place them out and check if they are properly done.
If not, then give them another small round of oven.
And lastly, don’t forget to ice it with sugar or cinnamon or anything you like.