The best method to reheat garlic bread, is using an air fryer, preheat your air fryer to 350°F, Slice your garlic bread up into small pieces, place all pieces of the bread in the basket of your air fryer, do not let them overlap, let them heat up in the air fryer for 2-3 minutes, check the temperature to see if your garlic bread has reached the desired warmth.

How to reheat garlic bread

There are a few ways to reheat garlic bread, since we have discussed reheating garlic bread in an air fryer above, the instructions for the other methods are below.

Reheat garlic bread in microwave

  1. Slice your garlic bread into similar pieces.
  2. Add your garlic bread on top of a microwave safe plate.
  3. Reheat for about 10 seconds to prevent it becoming hard.

Reheat garlic bread on stove

  1. Slice your garlic bread into similar pieces.
  2. Add your garlic bread into a skillet.
  3. Let it heat up for about 7-8 minutes on a low heat.

Reheat frozen garlic bread in the oven

  1. Preheat your oven to  350°F.
  2. Slice your garlic bread into pieces of similar size.
  3. Wrap the garlic bread in foil, and place them on a baking sheet.
  4. Once the oven is preheated, add the baking sheet on top of the rack and let it warm up for about 12-13 minutes.

How to store garlic bread after baking

Refrigerator – You can refrigerate your garlic bread, but this is not a recommended method as it can dry out quickly and become really stale. If you still want to do so, you can wrap it tightly in foil and place it into your refrigerator.

Freezer – Freezing your leftover garlic bread is a better solution. Wrap your garlic bread tightly with aluminum foil before storing it in your fridge. When doing so, you should be good for a long time.

Can you leave garlic bread out overnight?

Garlic bread can be left out overnight, and is safe to eat for about two or three days, but is not recommended as it will become dry and stale quickly. A better option would be to freeze your garlic bread after which you can reheat it using one of the aforementioned methods.

Thanks to Rebecca Tanner for helping me out with a couple doubts about the storage.

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