A pile of waffles with blueberries and butter
How You Should Be Reheating Frozen Waffles
By Crystal Antonace
Frozen waffles — whether you bought them frozen or froze a homemade batch — make a quick and convenient breakfast, and to reheat them, you should be using your oven.
Reheating frozen waffles in the oven will give them a texture that mirrors freshly made waffles. It’s also the quickest way to heat waffles up if you’re serving a crowd.
To reheat your waffles this way, simply place however many waffles you'd like on a baking sheet, cover with foil, and heat in a 350-degree oven for up to 15 minutes.
To recreate that signature, crispy exterior without removing too much moisture, remove the foil about five minutes before taking your waffles out of the oven.
If you’re in a hurry, you can use the toaster or the microwave, but note that waffles in toasters are susceptible to burning, while microwaved waffles can get dry and chewy.