Bacon cooking in the oven.
The Best Way To Reheat Bacon Without Making It Too Dry

When you are ready to grab leftover bacon and serve it the next day, there is always a lingering question of how to best reheat the strips without ruining them.

By retrieving your pre-made bacon from the fridge at least a half-hour before you place it into the oven, you will bring it to room temperature so it can quickly heat up.

If you place cold bacon inside a hot oven right out of the fridge, it will take longer to warm up while cooking, leading to the meat drying out.

Set the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and depending on the thickness, the bacon should be ready to go after about six minutes.

Once you hear the bacon sizzle, it's ready to eat. If you prefer extra crispy bacon, turn the oven temperature to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.

To ensure even doneness, roast the strips on a wire rack. The bacon will be ready after between 10 to 20 minutes, depending on your preferred crispiness.