When my kids come home from school they’re usually starving. Sometimes I wonder if they eat the school lunches at all. However, with doing homework, attending after school activities, and trying to get things done around the house I don’t always have the time to prepare a snack from scratch. That’s why I always keep an eye out for products that are quick, convenient, and tastes great!
Thanks to Social Fabric, we recently had the opportunity to participate in a shopportunity with Hot Pockets and WalMart. I remember eating Hot Pockets when I was younger but have never thought to buy them for my kids. I don’t know why. I mean, I was pretty sure that they would love them.
When I think of Hot Pockets I think of traditional pizza fillings. So when I went to WalMart and saw how many varieties that were available, I was impressed. Garlic Chicken White Pizza? Sloppy Joes? Yum!
But of course, when I asked the kids which one they wanted they yelled, “Pizza flavor!” So I chose a couple of different ones and we headed home.
What I really liked about the Hot Pockets is how easy it was to make. Just put the frozen pocket into the crisping sleeve and microwave for 2 minutes. Then close the bottom of the crisping sleeve and use it to easily enjoy your meal. The kids loved this concept. This allowed them to carry their afternoon snack anywhere they wanted . . . the backyard, the car, or to their extracurricular activities.
Here are the three that we sampled:
Four Cheese Pizza
Ham & Cheese
We found Hot Pockets to be the perfect afternoon snack. They’re delicious, portable, and easy to make. In fact, the kids have been asking me to purchase more since we ran out in a couple of days. Looks like I’ll be headed to WalMart’s frozen aisle again very soon!
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