How To Reheat Cinnamon Rolls: Best 4 Methods

Cinnamon rolls are a great snack to have on hand. They can be eaten hot or cold, served with coffee, tea, or fruit juice, and they make the perfect breakfast food.

Reheating them is easy enough if you know how. I will show you how to reheat cinnamon rolls in four different methods:

By microwaving them with the lid put on loosely; by heating them in an oven; using a toaster oven; and finally, through a skillet.

How To Reheat Cinnamon Rolls: Best 4 Methods

Method 1: Microwave Reheating

First, set your oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit and spray with cooking spray. Then, place each roll on a clean piece of parchment paper placed in a microwave-safe bowl or cup.

If using a bowl, make sure there is some water in the bottom of it to prevent burning if the paper gets too close to the heating coils at any point during baking._

Method 2: Oven Reheating

For this method, you must preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit before putting anything inside it.

Then you simply place the cinnamon rolls in a baking dish, sprinkling them with some sugar to keep them from getting soggy. Cover with aluminum foil and bake until they are warm.

Method 3: Toaster Oven Reheating

Simply plug in your toaster oven and set it to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for this method.

Place your cinnamon rolls inside, covered with aluminum foil, and let bake for about 10 minutes or so until the smell of the cinnamon filling sends you over the edge._

Reheat Cinnamon Rolls
Reheat Cinnamon Rolls

Method 4: Skillet Reheating

Simply turn on your electric skillet at 350 degrees Fahrenheit and wait until it is fully heated up.

Then add your cinnamon rolls to the heated skillet and allow them to cook in this manner until the smell of warm cinnamon filling fills the air around you, sending you over the edge.


There are many methods for reheating cinnamon rolls. However, only one method should always be used: Method 1 Microwave Reheating.

The other methods are somewhat unreliable, only being effective on a few types of roll, thus making them not worthy of use as a regular process.

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