Recommended methods for reheating the tortillas

  • Wrap in a kitchen towel or paper towel.
  • If the tortillas are starting to dry out, you can moisten the towel or paper towel.
  • Microwave from :30 seconds to 1:30 minute on full power. The amount of time will depend on how many tortillas you are heating up.
  • They will stay warm if kept inside the towel.


  • Wrap in a kitchen towel before steaming. Alternately, line the steamer with parchment paper to prevent the tortillas from sticking to the steamer.
  • Steam for a 5-10 minutes.
  • They will stay warm if kept inside the towel.


  • Heat in a pan on medium heat.
  • Oil is optional, but may be necessary if the tortillas stick to the pan (this will depend on the material).
  • If the tortillas are dry, you can lightly coat each side with water before placing into the pan to soften while cooking.
  • Stack the warm tortillas inside of a kitchen towel and keep wrapped until serving.

Toaster or Toaster Oven:

  • The tortillas can be toasted. They may become dry or crispy on the outside, and might "puff up."
  • To warm in the toaster oven, wrap inside aluminum foil and cook for approximately 10 minutes at 350 degrees. If you would like to soften them, you can lightly coat the tortillas with water before wrapping inside the aluminum.

How to freeze the tortillas

 The corn tortillas freeze well. We recommend removing them from our compostable bags, placing them in an airtight ziplock bag, and squeezing the air out. The tortillas generally keep keep fresh at least 1-2 months this way.