Blueberry pancakes with fresh blueberries and golden syrup.
The Tip For Keeping Pancakes Warm Until You're Ready To Eat
By Crystal Antonace
A study showed that 93% of Americans claim to have some level of fondness for pancakes, so many have learned to make them at home. However, you may make more than you plan to eat, so it’s good to know how to keep your freshly cooked pancakes warm while cooking more.
While you can use the microwave to heat pancakes, Martha Stewart suggests keeping your freshly cooked cakes in a low-degree oven until ready to eat. She specifically suggests a 200-degree oven, as the low temperature keeps them warm without continuing to cook them.
The Pioneer Woman suggests making a large batch of pancakes and freezing a portion for a later date. This extends their shelf life to one or two months, much better than pancakes in the refrigerator, which last three days or less depending on the freshness of the ingredients used.