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My kids like to have waffles or pancakes for breakfast. I thought I'd make a bunch of pancakes and freeze in a single layer, then put them in a freezer bag. How should dh reheat them? Can they go in the toaster? A microwave would make them rubbery, I would think. I don't know though.
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I think I'd probably do the toaster oven.
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They definitely work in a toaster/toaster oven, speaking from experience.
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We always toast leftover pancakes- then spead them pbandj for a 'different' same ole sandwich...
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We always toast leftover pancakes- then spead them pbandj for a 'different' same ole sandwich...
Oh I like that idea. It would get a little protein in them in the morning too.
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toaster works great.

I would up the cinninamon, or vanilla, or other flavourings you add into them though, since I find anything that goes into the freezer comes out like the feezer. Specially something like pancakes....

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I toss mine in the microwave. So far no complaints about texture - but I haven't tried them myself.
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My kids like to have waffles or pancakes for breakfast. I thought I'd make a bunch of pancakes and freeze in a single layer, then put them in a freezer bag. How should dh reheat them? Can they go in the toaster? A microwave would make them rubbery, I would think. I don't know though.
I usually make a huge batch of waffles or pancakes every weekend and store them in the freezerfor the week. The kids prefer the pancakes re-warmed in the microwave kuz they stay soft, and the waffles re-warmed in the toaster where they crisp up a bit.
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