How to Reheat Peach Cobbler: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to Reheat Peach Cobbler: A Step-By-Step Guide

Peach cobbler is the epitome of comfort food. If you have really good cobbler, then you know that there is nothing comparable to it. I’m just losing my mind thinking about a nice warm slice with some vanilla bean ice cream.

So what happens if you have leftover peach cobbler that you put in the fridge or your back up stash you saved in the freezer. How do you go about reheating it?

Below, I am going to highlight the different options available when it comes to reheating peach cobbler.

The Best Ways to Reheat Peach Cobbler

There are a few ways you can reheat peach cobbler, it really depends on your patience and how much time you have. The options available will also depend on if the cobbler is frozen or has just been kept in the fridge.

The 2 main methods for warming up peach cobbler are:

  • The Oven
  • The Microwave

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Reheating Peach Cobbler in the Oven

The oven is really the best option to when reheating, as it can give you that freshly baked taste.

Steps to Reheat in the Oven (If It Was in the Fridge):

  • Preheat the oven to around 300°F/148°C.
  • Place the cobbler, with a sheet of foil in the oven.
  • Allow the cobbler to fully reheat (This depends on how big the cobbler is), so keep checking.
  • Once it is evenly heated, remove the foil and let it bake for another 5-7 minutes to make the top crispy.
  • Once finished, take out, allow to cool, serve and enjoy.

Steps to Reheat in the Oven (If It Was Frozen):

  • Allow the frozen peach cobbler to thaw out overnight in the refrigerator.
  • Preheat the oven to around 300°F/148°C.
  • Place the cobbler, with a sheet of foil in the oven.
  • Allow the cobbler to fully reheat (This might take a bit longer if it is not fully thawed out.). Keep checking to ensure it is reheated evenly.
  • Once it is evenly heated, remove the foil and let it bake for another 5-7 minutes to make the top crispy.
  • Once finished, take out, allow to cool, serve and enjoy.

Please Note: All ovens are different and because of this, you might have to adjust the temperature to ensure that you do not burn the cobbler.

Reheat the Peach Cobbler in the Microwave

If you have one or two pieces of peach cobbler that you need reheated pretty quickly, then the microwave is best option available.

It will get the job done quickly and you can be sure your cobbler will be piping hot after a couple of minutes.

Steps to Reheating in the Microwave

  • Place cobbler on a microwave-safe plate.
  • Reheat on low for one minute.
  • Check to ensure that it is fully reheated, if not, let the microwave run for a couple of minutes.
  • Once heated, take the cobbler out and enjoy. You can add ice cream or other toppings at this point.

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Wrapping It Up

There are 2 must-use methods when it comes to reheating peach cobbler, the oven or the microwave. Ideally, the oven is best if you want your cobbler to have that fresh baked texture. The oven also works if your cobbler is frozen.

The microwave is another good option, but this is better used when you have pieces of cobbler that need reheating.

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