Did you bring home some extra Red Lobster Bay Biscuits and want to reheat them? You’re in luck! In this article, we share six easy ways to make them taste almost just as fresh!
There are few breads more popular than Cheddar Bay biscuits from Red Lobster.
I mean, is there really anything more delightful than sinking your teeth into the crispy – yet soft – biscuit with it’s delicate cheddar flavor? I think not!
If you’re like us, you probably make sure to ask for some extra biscuits to go before you leave Red Lobster – and you might be left asking yourself, “How do I reheat these?”
Today, we’re going to share six different ways you can reheat these delicious biscuits at home!
Table of Contents
- How to Store Leftover Red Lobster Biscuits
- Air Fryer – Our Favorite Way
- How to Reheat Red Lobster Biscuits in the Microwave
- Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits in the Oven
- Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits in Toaster Oven
- Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits on the Stove Top
- Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits on the Grill
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How to Store Leftover Red Lobster Biscuits
The first important thing you have to consider is that you need to store your Red Lobster biscuits correctly if you want to have the best chance at reheating this dish. The good news is that they’re quite easy to store:
- All you have to do is put them in an air-tight container or bag, possibly lined with a paper towel.
- Either refrigerate or freeze them, depending on when you plan on eating them.
And yes – you can freeze Red Lobster biscuits!
Air Fryer – Our Favorite Way
In our opinion, the best way to reheat Red Lobster biscuits is in an air fryer. This method will give you biscuits that are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, just like they were when they were first cooked. To reheat in an air fryer:
- Set the Air Fryer to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
- Cook for about three minutes.
How to Reheat Red Lobster Biscuits in the Microwave
This isn’t our favorite method, but it gets the job done quickly and safely.
- The trick to keeping your Red Lobster biscuits from drying out is to wrap them in a damp paper towel.
- This will help them retain a good amount of moisture while they reheat so that you’ll end up with Red Lobster biscuits with the perfect texture and consistency.
- Cook for 30-45 seconds
Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits in the Oven
We have found this method to have good success.
- Preheat it to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Wrap your biscuits in tin foil
- Cook for 5-7 minutes or until heated through.
- Alternatively, you can place them on a parchment paper lined pan and cook at 350 for about 10 minutes.
- Brush with butter!
Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits in Toaster Oven
If you’re reheating your Red Lobster biscuits in a toaster oven, set the temperature to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for about 10 minutes, or until they’re warmed through.
Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits on the Stove Top
If you’re reheating your Red Lobster biscuits on the stove top, place them in a skillet over low heat and cook for about five minutes, or until they’re warmed through. Be sure to flip them occasionally so that they don’t dry out.
Reheating Red Lobster Biscuits on the Grill
If you’re reheating your Red Lobster biscuits on the grill, set the temperature to medium-low and cook for about 10 minutes, or until they’re warmed through. Be sure to flip them occasionally so that they don’t dry out.
Red Lobster biscuits are best when they’re fresh out of the oven, but there are plenty of ways to reheat them so that they’re almost as good as new. Be sure to store them correctly and then use one of the methods above to reheat, depending on what you have available. With a little bit of care, you can enjoy Red Lobster biscuits even when they’re not fresh out of the oven.
No matter which method you choose, make sure to enjoy your reheated Red Lobster biscuits with family and friends! They’re the perfect appetizer or side dish to any meal.