Whats the best way to reheat leftover pizza? We usually use Boboli Crust with our own toppings, or sometimes we have frozen pizza.
Since I prefer thin crust pizzas, oven re-heating often results in something resembling a burnt cracker with some half-cold toppings on it.
To avoid this, I "fry" leftover pizza to reheat it: I place a tiny bit of oil or butter into the bottom of a non-stick skillet, add slices of pizza, cover, and place over very low heat until the cheese is re-melted.
This method allows the pizza to warm and steam gently, while also ever-so-slightly frying the bottom of the crust, so one ends up with something very near the consistency of a fresh slice rather than a dried-out, inconsistently-warmed leftover.
This technique works with everything from thin crust to deep-dish pizza; only the reheating times are different.
With a waffle iron!!! Leftover Pizza + Waffle Iron = Delicious Crispy, Gooey, Cheese-Stuffed Snack
For larger amounts of leftover frozen thin crust pizza- Line a medium/large baking pan/sheet that has at least 1/4 inch vertical sides on it with tin foil. Use middle rack. If two baking pans are used, use rack positions 1 and 4. 1 being the lowest rack, 4 being the higher one. Preheat oven on Convection/Bake at 425F to 450F. After preheating oven, place frozen thin crust pizza on baking pan/s. Put pan/s in oven and heat for approx 30 minutes. Check at 20 minutes to make sure not to over cook. Enjoy!