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HOT POCKETS: MICROWAVE COOK EM OR OVEN COOK EM?

Old 12-01-2014, 09:44 AM
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got breakfast hot pockets..but i dunno whether to microwave them or preheat the oven





do you people that buy frozen breakfast snacks/foods cook them in the microwave or oven (conventional or toaster)?
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Old 12-01-2014, 10:04 AM
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I can't remember the last time I had a hotpocket. But don't they come with those crisper sleeves so you can nuke them and it lets the crust brown?

I did heat up some pizza rolls not too long ago. Those are like baby hotpockets. I used the toaster oven. They were terrible. We ate them all anyway. Will eat again.
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i remember bagel bites that the crisping tray for the microwave. i have gone through a few boxes (costco pack) and those were good...but i dont remember if the crisping tray really did anything.

edit: these do include a crisping tray/pocket thing but i dont trust em!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Toaster oven.
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Old 12-01-2014, 11:27 AM
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Originally Posted by 99GTvert View Post
edit: these do include a crisping tray/pocket thing but i dont trust em!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thrust the crisping tray/pocket thing, Luke.
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Old 12-01-2014, 11:30 AM
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You know what I miss that I never see at the store anymore? Those little egg-roll things that are like pizza rolls. They always had the quick tip on the box for a quick sweet and sour dip. A couple tables spoons of grape jelly and a couple spoons of ketchup. Surprisingly good.
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Old 12-01-2014, 11:56 AM
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i thought they still made those? i've never had 'em but i thought i saw those at the store...or i might be thinking of those 'toquitos' roll up things that are also microwavable/ovenable
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Nobody eats Hot Pockets anymore.....to 90's!

Eat This For AM Nutrition....no joke--goodness


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once we got sausage biscuits and they were too greasy/mushy..eh
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I like those Jimmy Dean sausage egg cheese biscuits.
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