Uncrustables are popular sandwiches that are sealed and do not have any crust. These have become both popular snacks as well as great sandwiches to include in lunchboxes. With how popular these sandwiches have become, it may be difficult to decide the best way to eat your Uncrustables.
There are many different ways you can eat Uncrustables. It is best to keep your Uncrustables in the freezer in order to keep them fresh. Since they are kept in the freezer, it is a good idea to thaw the sandwiches before eating them, but you can also eat them frozen.
Continue reading to learn more about Uncrustables as well as the different ways you can eat your Uncrustables.
Why Are Uncrustables So Popular?
Uncrustables are popular among both kids and adults. When it comes to children, Uncrustables can be some of the easiest snacks that you can hand your cranky child, especially if they are refusing to eat what you have fixed for them.
These are so much easier to grab and prepare when you are in a rush. You do not have to struggle with trying to spread peanut butter or jelly on a piece of bread, and the bread ripping apart. Uncrustables have become an easy substitute for the traditional peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
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How Do You Eat Uncrustables?
Uncrustables are an easy sandwich substitute that does not take a lot of time and effort to prepare. In most cases, you can just take the Uncrustable out of the freezer and put it in a lunchbox to thaw throughout the day. This is just one method for eating Uncrustables.
Below you will find three methods for eating your Uncrustables.
Method 1: Thawing
Thawing is the most common method for eating Uncrustables. It is simple to just take the Uncrustable out of the freezer, put it in your lunchbox, and let it thaw throughout the day until you are ready to eat it.
When it comes to thawing your Uncrustables, there are a few steps you can take in order to ensure that it is completely thawed before you eat it.
- First, you want to take the Uncrustable out of the box
- Let it sit for 30 minutes at room temperature before opening packaging
- After 30 minutes, open the packaging
- Let it sit at room temperature for at least 30 more minutes to an hour
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Method 2: Heating
Heating is another method that you can use to prepare your Uncrustable. There are many different ways you can heat your Uncrustable. You can use the oven, microwave, or air fryer to heat the Uncrustable to the desired temperature at which you wish to enjoy it. The microwave is the most recommended method out of the three to heat your Uncrustable.
Steps For Microwave
You want to be careful when heating your Uncrustables. If you heat them too much, the filling inside can become more liquidy or you could end up burning the Uncrustable. There are some steps that you can take to ensure that you heat your Uncrustable properly.
- First, you want to take the Uncrustable out of the box and out of its packaging
- Place the Uncrustable in the microwave
- Heat for 15 seconds
- Flip the Uncrustable
- Heat for 15 seconds
- Take the Uncrustable out of the Microwave
- Let it cool and enjoy
Method 3: Frozen
Eating the Uncrustable frozen is one method that many do not think of, but this can save a lot of time.
To eat your Uncrustables frozen, you:
- Take the Uncrustables out of the freezer
- Remove your Uncrustable from the box and packaging
What Goes Well with Uncrustables?
Much like any sandwich, what you choose to eat with your Uncrustable is just as important as the sandwich. The most common side to go with Uncrustables is potato chips. You probably already pack a bag of chips in your lunch or your child’s lunch to go with the sandwich.
- Keep frozen until ready to eat
- Packed with delicious creamy chocolate flavored hazelnut spread
- Homemade goodness of a hazelnut sandwich. Without the crust
- FILLED WITH CREAMY CHOCOLATE FLAVORED HAZELNUT SPREAD
- THE PERFECT SWEET SNACK OR TASTY TREAT
There are some other sides that also go well with Uncrustables. These sides include:
- Cubes of cheese
Each of these makes a good pairing with an Uncrustable sandwich.
Uncrustable since room temperature is warmer than the temperature at which the Uncrustable was stored.
Uncrustables are a great sandwich substitute to eat either as a snack or pack for your lunch. You can thaw them, heat them, or eat them frozen. You can eat them with chips, fruits, or cubes of cheese. While they are not the healthiest snack, Uncrustables can be the perfect food for a picky eater.
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