The three brands are similar in terms of price (cheap!), nutrition statistics (ghastly!), and ingredients (most of them!). Two-packs of Hot Pockets and Tony's Pouches run about $2.50; I paid $3.69 for four smaller Totino's Stuffers, which makes them roughly the same price per ounce. Another similarity: They all look gorgeous straight out of the oven. In the photo below, you'll notice that the Hot Pocket looks like a Hot Pocket, Tony's Pouch looks like a burrito, and the Totino's Stuffer looks like an empanada.
'Totino's' on Serious Eats
What's the best frozen pizza? See the photo at left, people. And you know what I don't want to see in the Comments here? Any other pizza that is not pictured at left.
In other Totino's "news," here's a blurb from this week's Onion.
I took this at a Woodman's* last night. I had to do a double read. Um, 120 pizza rolls for $9.69? First, that's a dirt-cheap 8¢ each. Second — what the hell are you going to do with 120 pizza rolls?!? I don't know, but I kinda want to find out.
"I don't subscribe to Lexus Magazine—out of my league—but I do get Ford Magazine. They had a feature on Totino's Party Pizzas this month!" --Tupper Cooks!...
"Did you know you can roll up those Totino's and eat them like a burrito?" asked Greenolivemedia in response to an earlier post on Slice. My response, the ever-so-calm "NO! WTF! THAT IS AWESOME." You know I had to try it, so I did. Step-by-step photos, after the jump....