There's really no use in knocking frozen foods because sometimes they're the best-tasting on-the-go meals and snacks you can make. Case in point: these stuffed pretzels that are filled with queso and chorizo.
. ⚡️ Stuffed Pretzels . 📍 @walmart . ⭐️ 6.2 . 💭 We don’t always go salty, but when we do pretzels are usually involved. Not much to say with these except they’re kind of a knockoff to Hot Pockets. If you’re going to make something stuffed, you really have to go all in! These all come down to which dipping sauce you use. For us, pretty much anything 🤷🏻♂️ #saucedjunkfood #saucedreview . . . #walmart #walmartfinds #walmartfood #quarantine #quarantinelife #foodreview #carbs #carbsarelife #tasty #delish #cheatday #cheatdayeats #foooodieee #foodbeast #pretzels #pretzel #cheese #cheesy #foodblogger #foodbloggers #yummy #foodphotography #foodporn #foodie #foodiesofinstagram #foodies
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The pretzels are made by Nestle and come in 10-count boxes. Each pretzel stick is made to be golden and crispy on the outside but creamy and savory on the inside. Think Hot Pockets, but with the salty outside of a pretzel instead of just a plain crust.
The pretzel sticks can be made in the microwave, with the box suggesting about one minute and 15 seconds for one stick, and two minutes for two sticks. I'd probably heat these in an air fryer or a toaster oven to really get that crunchy pretzel outside and make sure they don't get soggy.
It seems that these come in two flavors, with queso and chorizo being just one of the offerings. This version is made with queso fundido made from Monterey jack, white cheddar, and poblano peppers. The chorizo adds even more of a savory meaty taste, and the "fiery" descriptor on the label means it also probably adds a bit of a spice. You can also buy these pretzel sticks in a cheesy jalapeño flavor which is similarly spicy but without any meat.
Instagram account @saucedjunkfood reviewed the stuffed pretzels, and it seems that they were a win: "If you’re going to make something stuffed, you really have to go all in! These all come down to which dipping sauce you use. For us, pretty much anything," they wrote.
IDK about y'all, but I'm picking these up from the store and dipping in Ranch. It's a must.
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