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How To Freeze Waffles To Save For Later

As much as we would love to have time every morning to cook delicious food from scratch, the truth is that most of us are lucky to get anything in our stomach before we hit the road.

ReMix aims to change that. While most frozen waffles you find in grocery stores are packed with all types of things you don't want to be eating (and frankly aren’t that good), ReMix waffles aren't like that. They reheat really well, and can be made in advance when you have more time on your hands.

Here’s how to have delicious waffles any morning (or night) of the week in less than 5 minutes by spending just a few more preparing on the weekend.

Preparation

Using the normal recipe, prepare enough ReMix waffles to last you for the week. I usually aim for 2-3 per person, but sometimes it’s just leftovers from a Sunday brunch. After each waffle is done cooking in the waffle maker, put it on a cooling rack or other breathable surface to let the steam finish airing out. You skip this step, you may end up with a little sogginess on the bottom, but it’s not a big deal.

After you make a batch of waffles, wrap them individually in aluminum foil. Then stick the whole batch in the freezer and you’re all set for the week.

Reheat

Whenever you want a waffle, just grab one from the freezer and stick it in a toaster oven or conventional oven. All it takes is a few minutes at ~450 OF,  and they come back to life. They'll still be fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside.

Frozen waffles (along with most food) last for a while in the freezer, so don’t worry about them going bad anytime soon. I’ve tested them months later and they’re still really good.

Warming up a ReMix waffle is a great way to kick up the morning routine and start your day with enough energy to take on the world. Or at least to make the daily grind a little more enjoyable. 


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