I love the original Totino's Pizza Rolls, because everyone does. Adam professed his adoration back in 2010, and ever since it's been burning me up that I have nothing to add ... until now! Because Totino's has new flavors, but unfortunately, this
'Totino's' on Serious Eats
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.
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....