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    Default Best way to reheat pancakes?

    Hi ladies

    I have a question related to cooking i hope this is the right section!

    I, along with a few other mums volunteer at our children's kinder breakfast program once a week. It is my turn to organise a breakfast and i want to cook pancakes.
    The kinder has cooking facilities but i thought it would be easier to have everything pre made to take out the stress of cooking for about 15 kids all at once.

    In your experience what is the best way to reheat pancakes so they aren't too soggy or dry? I've cooked them millions of times but they have never lasted long enough in our house for me to think about re heating lol.

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    I put frozen ones in the toaster, which may be hard with so many. Perhaps you could grill them in the oven?

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    I microwave them. I buy those pikelet packs and keep them in the fridge for the kids. When I need them I just zap them for about 20 secs...enough to warm them but not make them too hot.

    If you are worried about being too soggy just put paper towel underneath them so it sucks up any moisture from the reheating.

    Maybe try a test run first?

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    Yeah that's a good idea i'll do a test run. I have a couple of ideas about how i can go about reheating pancakes I'll figure out the best way to do it. Thanks for your advice

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    I always double batch and freeze pancakes for an easy breakfast another morning. As a PP said, just put them on a piece of paper towel and microwave quickly on medium power, you'll have no problems.


 

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