Reheating frozen cakes, etc

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hong

Reheating frozen cakes, etc

Hi, I've heard of how freezing cakes, muffins, and bread can be really convenient, but I never know how long to heat it up for. They either turn out too dry or too hard.

Do I simply use the same temperature as what was used to bake it? Or is there a lower temp used to warm cakes/breads? Or is it okay to just have them cold, but thawed?

Thanks!

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JAMES

Reheating Cakes.

No idea why you would want to reheat a cake to be honest. Just defrost it, still wrapped in the plastic bag so it does not lose any moisture and then its ready to eat.

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hong

Reheating frozen cakes, etc

Never really thought of eating anything from the freezer without reheating it. I think some cakes are meant to be served warm too!

What about bread? If I don't want it toasted is it just fine to eat it after thawing?

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JAMES

Reheating Cakes.

Yes, totally fine. You can eat any cooked food from the freezer after it has defrosted. You don't have to reheat anything just because it's been frozen.

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hong

Reheating frozen cakes, etc

Ok great, thanks for the tip!

 
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