Best Way to Reheat a Pumpkin Pie

Best Way to Reheat Pumpkin Pie

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As my eyes fixate on the golden brown, simply delicious pumpkin pie, my mouth begins to salivate as I anticipate the sweet yumminess that the pie is about to deliver. As you can see, I am a BIG pumpkin pie fan. It is honestly one of the best things to eat, not just at thanksgiving. With me being such a connoisseur, I will drop a little knowledge as to the best way to reheat this pie. No need to worry about overcooking it or burning it, this is the perfect method and it will work every single time.

The Best Way to Reheat a Pumpkin Pie

If the pumpkin pie that you want to reheat has not been in the refrigerator and has been sitting out at room temperature, then you are already ahead of the game. You can start by:

  • Preheating the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Place room temperature pumpkin pie in the oven
  • Reheat for 10 minutes
  • Take out and serve.

The pill will be nice and warm, without the crust/filling getting crispy or burned. Enjoy!!

*Another little trick you can use is that if you have something in the oven and you are finished baking, you can turn the stove off and place the pie in there to reheat. This is another way in which to reheat the pie, without overcooking or burning it.

What About Refrigerated or Frozen Pies?

If pumpkin pie is refrigerated or frozen, then you would follow the same process as listed above. The key is to make sure the pies are at room temperature before you put them in the oven. If frozen, you can let it sit until it has reached room temperature. The same can be said about pies that are kept in the refrigerator.

Once this is done, just place them in the oven, following the instructions listed above.

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