How to Reheat French Bread Toast

By Robert Ceville

It is possible to reheat French toast after it is stored in your refrigerator or freezer so that its taste will be comparable to when it was first cooked. French toast is made by frying bread pieces that have been dipped into egg and milk batter, and it can be stored over time when done correctly. There are multiple ways to reheat French toast bread, such as in a microwave or your oven. Reheat your French toast in 15 minutes or less.

Reheating your French toast after freezing or storing only takes a couple minutes.

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Step 1

Use your microwave to reheat French toast. Place it on a microwavable dish, such as a plate, and put it into the microwave. Set the microwave's timer to one minute; press "Start." The power produced by each model of microwave may vary, so repeat once more if the French toast is not as hot as you desire.

Step 2

Reheat the French toast in the oven if you have large quantities that need to be prepared. Place the French toast on a cookie sheet and put it in your oven. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes. Remove the cookie sheet while wearing an oven mitt and flip the pieces of toast with the tongs. Place the cookie tray back into the oven and cook at 350 degrees for another five minutes.

Step 3

Reheat your French toast using your oven's broiler. Place the pieces of toast on one of the oven's racks and set the oven's power to "Broil." Check on the French toast periodically and flip it over to ensure that it is not burning while broiling. Remove the toast using a pair of tongs when it appears to have been warmed enough. The amount of time each oven broiler will take varies depending on manufacturer.