Chocolate brownie, cake, white plate on a turquoise wooden background

Few desserts are more satisfying than a warm, gooey brownie. If your brownies aren't fresh out of the oven, don't worry. Use the following methods to turn your room temperature brownies back into that warm and chocolaty goodness that we all crave.

Warm brownies using a conventional oven. Wrap brownies in aluminum foil and place in the oven. Turn the oven onto the warm setting and let the brownies warm for 8 to 10 minutes.

Microwave a brownie for 15 seconds. Place the brownie on a microwave safe plate before microwaving it.

Place brownies in a toaster oven to warm them up. Wrap them in aluminum foil and place on the rack in the toaster oven. Use the warm setting to heat up the brownies. Heat brownies for 5 minutes.

Heat brownies using a pop-up toaster. Place a small metal rack over the top of the pop-up toaster and put a brownie on the rack. Turn the toaster on high to warm the brownie.


  • Always be sure to check that the brownies have reached the desired heat level.

  • Depending on your kitchen appliances, cooking times can vary.

  • If the brownies are cold, allow for a longer cooking time. Alternatively, you could allow the brownies to come to room temperature before trying to warm them.

  • Serve warm brownies with a scoop of ice cream and some chocolate sauce for a yummy dessert.