5 Methods  to Reheat Cornbread

Cornbread is an easy side dish staple at many holiday meals. But what do you do with leftovers for this quick bread? Reheat them the next day! Read on to learn how to reheat cornbread so it can be enjoyed again later.

If you take a few precautions you can figure out how to reheat leftover cornbread so it is not just edible but out-of-this-world delicious.

Cornbread is the perfect side for any meal. Omit the jalapeño and cheese for a perfect go-to cornbread recipe.

5 WAYS TO REHEAT CORNBREAD -  Avoid soggy and stale cornbread by following one of the methods for reheating. The process does not need to be overwhelming and can yield great results.

OVEN Use the oven to revive your cornbread after the day it was initially served. Cut into serving-size pieces. Place on a baking sheet in a single layer. Cover with aluminum foil and reheat.


MICROWAVE If you are short on time, the best way to reheat cornbread is in your microwave oven. Place cornbread one piece at a time on a dish, cover tightly with either a microwaveable lid or paper towel. Microwave at full power for no more than 30 seconds total.


STOVE TOP To achieve an extra buttery, crispy piece of corn bread, cooking it on your stove top will yield excellent results! Heat a tablespoon of butter in a skillet. Add the slices to the skillet and let them sizzle in the butter for just a couple minutes.


INSTANT POT Reheating any type of bread in your Instant Pot is a super convenient option. Wrap individual pieces in foil and Press the “keep warm” button. Within minutes, your bread will be warmed through while retaining all of the delicious moisture.


AIR FRYER Place slices of cornbread inside basket or pot of your pressure air fryer and top each with a small pat of butter. Air fry at 400 degrees F for 3 minutes.


What Is Corn Meal Dried maize is ground into a meal and is called corn flour or corn meal. This staple food is ground into fine, medium and coarse consistencies.

When is cornbread done? You will know cornbread is done baking when a toothpick inserted into the center of the bread comes out clean (no crumbs or batter!). Also, the top of the cornbread will be crispy and light golden brown.

How to store cornbread? Wait for cornbread to come to room temperature, then store in an airtight container. It has a  long shelf life for bread, staying fresh  up to a week in the fridge or 5 days at room temperature.

5 Methods  to Reheat Cornbread