Comments: When "Toasted" isn't a euphemism for anything

Bread is just raw toast. :)

Posted by Jennifer at August 31, 2006 11:06 AM

That's how I felt when I first discovered how much better Moon Pies (which are pretty darned good to begin with) are when they're warmed slightly in the microwave. OMG!

Posted by Betty at August 31, 2006 01:00 PM

Frozen tater tats have a much fuller flavor when heated.

Posted by Matty at August 31, 2006 02:19 PM

Oh man I wish I had read that Moon Pie tip earlier- I just had one!
My more recent discovery is "Amy's Organic" frozen food. Especially if you eat from a lunch room microwave at work like I do- I won't buy anything else anymore! The Pesto Tortellini I could eat almost every day.
http://www.amyskitchen.com/products/category_view.php?prod_category=12

Posted by Jennifer at August 31, 2006 03:04 PM

Poptarts - yum! Cold - warm doesn't matter - yum!!

Posted by Jody at August 31, 2006 03:31 PM

My secret:
Cheerios with melted butter. Don't know it. It's better than you think.
But it has to be real butter. It's just not the same with the fake stuff with the butter-like taste.
Nope. Gotta be buttah.

Posted by Angi at August 31, 2006 07:16 PM

i never heard of butter on cheerios! doesn't putting butter on them negate the fact that they help you lower your cholestrol? lol

i love warm pop tarts. i rarely eat them cold. my fav.....frosted strawberry!!

Posted by Jen da Purse Ho at August 31, 2006 10:31 PM

Hmm...butter on the blueberry plain/frosted poptarts is mmmmGood. If frosted yes you put butter on the bottom! Broiled twinkies. If you want to go really crazy head over to fastfoodfever dot com

Posted by Bot Gurl at August 31, 2006 11:53 PM

When in a bind, a few seconds in the microwave will also fancy up a Pop-tart, just be sure to remove it from the foil wrapper first.

My other fast food--Marie Callendar's pot pies. Not quick enough for lunch food, but we eat these puppies for dinner more than we should admit. If my snobby hubbie will eat them, you know they are mmm...mmm...good.

Posted by rachel at September 1, 2006 11:02 AM

I'm with Bot-Gurl, you must put butter on your toasted PopTarts! I have them almost every morning for breakfast.

Posted by P-la at September 2, 2006 09:44 PM

Have to say I agree with Rachel on the pot pies. We got burned out on them because we too ate them more than we should have!
One thing the kids LOVE is to put their waffles in the micro for about 10 seconds after you put the butter and syrup on them just to warm it up and make it soak into the waffle. It does make it a bit of a challenge to eat the soggy things, but they do find a way to do it.
The one Pop*Tart you have to try in the toaster is the S'mores one, mmmm, not quite like the one from a campfire, but pretty darned close. David appreciates the free adversiting for his employer on your website also=;0)

Posted by Tammy at September 3, 2006 12:29 PM

Boy, am I hungry now! Why have I never thought to warm a Moon Pie? I zap marshmallows on graham crackes all the time- with chocolate chips if I haven't eaten them all.

Posted by Michelle at September 4, 2006 12:40 PM

Boy, am I hungry now! Why have I never thought to warm a Moon Pie? I zap marshmallows on graham crackes all the time- with chocolate chips if I haven't eaten them all.

Posted by Michelle at September 4, 2006 01:00 PM

Yummm, Marie Callendar pot pies! Her chicken pot pie soup is pretty good as well!

Butter on Cheerios? I don't get it. But I do eat butter on grits, which can be a breakfast cereal. Do you butter frosted pop tarts or just the plain kind?

My vote for best pop-tart (heated, of course--and yes, microwaves are better than nothing) is the frosted brown sugar cinnamon kind.

Posted by Betty at September 5, 2006 11:07 AM

Can't you get worms from eating raw pop tarts? snerk...

Posted by VaxGirl at September 8, 2006 04:51 PM

Hi, recently found you and, I wanted to let you know about chocolate mint pop tarts. FROZEN!
Soooo good

Posted by RobynR at September 10, 2006 02:47 PM
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