See these tips from Cinnabon for reheating their tasty treats

Cinnabon chef’s tips for reheating & reusing cinnamon rolls during holidays. Image Credit to Cinnabon.
Cinnabon chef’s tips for reheating & reusing cinnamon rolls during holidays. Image Credit to Cinnabon. /

No one can say no to a warm and tasty Cinnabon CinnaPacks but most of the time, we aren’t able to finish the entire pack.

Due to that, you’ll likely have to reheat it at some point but that can be a sticky situation. Things can end up harder or crisper than we might like. Thankfully, Cinnabon knows the struggle and decides to help.

The brand even had its executive chef, Jennifer Holwill share the secret to making sure your CinnaPacks are gooey and fresh. If you’re reheating in a microwave oven, you can heat your classic Cinnabon roll for 30-40 seconds on high and add 10 seconds for each roll while a MiniBon Roll needs 15-20 seconds with each additional roll needing 4 more seconds.

While a microwave oven is the easiest way, there are certainly other ways to reheat your favorite Cinnabon treats so let’s get into those.

See these helpful tips for reheating your favorite Cinnabon treats.

If you’re looking to turn on the oven, then you’ll need to preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and place your room-temperature rolls in a baking dish, and cover them with foil. It is then placed on the middle rack of your oven. As for cook times, a Classic Roll takes 15-20 minutes while a MiniBon Roll needs 12 minutes.

Once you’ve heated them, you still might have some left so the brand was kind enough to share the best storage ideas. You can store them at room temperature for up to 2 days but they do not recommend refrigerating. If you’re looking to keep them longer, you can either wrap them tightly in plastic wrap or put them in an airtight container. Then you can store it in the freezer before thawing to reheat.

Last but not least, Cinnabon shared its amazing bread pudding recipe. The entire thing was shared in an Instagram post that I’m including below. However, it seems like the best and tastiest way to use your Cinnabon rolls if you’re struggling to eat them all. Plus this is the perfect recipe in time for the holidays.

Will you be trying out these Cinnabon hacks for reheating their tasty offerings? Let us know, Guilty Eaters!  

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