How To Reheat A Yorkshire Pudding – A Chef’s Guide

How do you reheat a Yorkshire Pudding? The best way to reheat a Yorkshire pudding is by baking it in an oven or an air fryer. It’s simple, reheat the Yorkshire pudding by placing it in the oven at 425°F for 3-5 minutes. This will allow the Yorkies to retain their delicate and light texture.

If you’ve ever experienced an enormous roast beef family dinner with Yorkshire pudding, you’ll never experience an entire roast beef dinner without Yorkshire pudding.

This is probably true when you have a roast chicken and turkey meal, as well as for any other occasion that Yorkshire pudding is offered.

They melt in your mouth and provide the ideal container for gravy. It’s hard to imagine eating leftover Yorkshire pudding; however, throwing them out would be borderline criminal.

Heating Yorkshire Pudding

Reheat Yorkshire Pudding Chart

Making Yorkshire pudding takes just a few minutes, whichever method you select. Below, I’ve provided step-by-step instructions for each method, so you can choose which one is the best option for you.

Oven425 F3 to 5 minutesCrisp, light, and airy.
MicrowaveNot advisedJust don’tSoggy and sticky. Bad, bad, bad.
Toaster Oven425 FThree minutesLight and crisp, but the danger of drying out.
Air Fryer350 F3 to 5 minutesAiry and light, it may not have a clear outside surface.

Heating Yorkshire Pudding In The Oven

An oven can be the ideal appliance to heat Yorkshire pudding.

It’s essential to prepare your oven before placing them in. Ideally, you should allow them to reach temperatures of room temperature before placing them into the oven to ensure they can be heated rapidly and uniformly.

The longer they stay in the oven, the drier they will become.

Preheat your oven to 425F (220 C), put your Yorkshire pudding on a baking tray and place them into the oven.

Allow them to rest for up to five minutes; however, you should check them periodically by opening the door without closing it to ensure they don’t become too dark.

Reheating A Yorkshire Pudding In The Toaster Oven

You can use your toaster oven to heat Yorkshire Pudding, but, once again, the secret is in heating the oven.

Your pudding should be able to spend the least amount of time needed in the heat to keep it from drying.

The oven in your toaster should be heated up to 425F(220 C), and then put the Yorkshire pudding on top of a rack with a low level.

The heat should be on for about 2 minutes But be sure to watch them ensure that the tops don’t darken.

A toaster oven is smaller, which means that the dessert will be much close to the heating elements. It is essential to be cautious not to burn them. They’re extremely delicate.

Reheating A Yorkshire Pudding In An Air Fryer

The use of an air fryer is usually a fantastic alternative to ovens. However, when you combine it with Yorkshire pudding, you may encounter mixed outcomes.

It takes some time to fully heat when using an air-fryer, which could affect your texture.

Most of the time, the outside surface will be less crisp in texture and chewy. It’s not going to heat the entire home, so it’s an ideal choice if it’s hot, but you do not want the house to get hotter.

Heat your air fryer until 350F, and then add your Yorkshire Pudding. The heating is more concentrated within a smaller area and doesn’t have to be as hot as an oven.

Put your dessert inside the oven for three to five mins but not more; otherwise, you could risk becoming very chewy.

Reheating A Yorkshire Pudding In The Microwave

You can reheat a Yorkshire pudding by heating it in the microwave; however, I do not advise using a microwave.

Why? You’ll end up with a chewy, soft, and soggy pudding that has lost much appeal.

The bottom of the dish will probably be wet and mushy. Instead of a nice crisp, buttery texture, you’ll get the sensation of a sticky, doughy mess as if you have left it dunked in gravy for hours – yuck!

How To Reheat A Frozen Yorkshire Pudding

The frozen store-bought Yorkshire pudding comes pre-cooked and is extremely easy to prepare. You can also freeze your own Yorkshire pudding and get great outcomes.

Yorkshire pudding can be heated from frozen. However, you must ensure your oven is heated to 425 degrees before making them.

Set your just-frozen Yorkshire puddings on a baking tray, then place them in the preheated oven.

Bake the cookies for about 6-8 minutes and keep watch on them. They should change to a gorgeous golden brown.

Another method of reheating the frozen Yorkshire puddings is using an air fryer. Now, you can heat your fryer up to 350 F and then place the pudding in the fryer for about 5-7 minutes.

Norah Clark

Norah Clark

Norah Clark, the founder and editor of YummyTasteFood! She's a seasoned food writer and editor with over a decade of experience in the hospitality industry as a former pastry chef, sous chef, and barista. When not writing about food, she explores new recipes or travels the world for culinary inspiration.