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  • Mikey's New Gluten-Free Pockets: Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheddar Cheese and Buffalo Style Chicken

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      If you are looking for the perfect quick (and healthy!) breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can't go wrong with Mikey's Gluten-Free Pockets.


    Mikey's New Gluten-Free Pockets. Image: Mei Adams
    Caption: Mikey's New Gluten-Free Pockets. Image: Mei Adams

    Celiac.com 05/28/2020 - What is not to love about Mikey's new gluten-free pockets? The fact that they can be heated in a microwave and ready to eat in only 2 minutes? Or, if you like them extra crispy (like I do), they can be heated in an oven in only ~20 minutes. Or perhaps it's the fact that they are grain-free, paleo, soy-free and milk/lactose-free and come two to a box?

    Indeed, there is a lot to love about Mikey's new Gluten-Free Pockets, and we were lucky enough to try out two outstanding varieties: Cauliflower, Broccoli & Cheddar Cheese, as well as their Buffalo Style Chicken. Both types were outstanding, and there was no clear winner between the two.



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    We loved the Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheddar Cheese Pockets, which were slightly crunchy on the outside (if you like them softer, go the microwave route), and on the inside were filled with a wonderful blend of plant based cheese (that tasted like the real thing!) and a mixture of broccoli, cauliflower, organic cage-free eggs and an outstanding seasoning. 

    The Buffalo Style Chicken Pockets were also wonderful, and if you love chicken wings like I do you will appreciate how they managed to perfectly capture the taste of buffalo-style chicken wings. These were also crunchy on the outside, and on the inside are filled with a wonderful blend of organic cage-free eggs, cauliflower, and a not too spicy buffalo wing seasoning.

    If you are looking for the perfect quick and healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can't go wrong with Mikey's Gluten-Free Pockets. Just be sure to keep your freezer full of them because they go fast!

    Visit their site for more info.

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