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Heating Instructions

MOST OUR ITEMS (EXCEPT CERTAIN BAKED GOODS) ARE PRE-COOKED AND SIMPLY NEED TO BE REHEATED. HEATING TIMES AND TEMPERATURES ARE SUGGESTIONS AND WILL DEPEND ON YOUR PARTICULAR OVEN FOR BEST RESULTS. FROZEN ITEMS CAN BE THAWED FIRST TO DECREASE COOKING TIME, BUT IT IS NOT NECESSARY. HAPPY EATING!

XO, S+P

 

Apple Cranberry Crisp [frozen] - 375 for 40 minutes or until bubbling around edges and golden brown on top

 

Black Bean + Sweet Potato Enchiladas [frozen] - 375 for 45-60 minutes or until hot all the way through

 

Bourbon Sweet Potato Casserole - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine), remove cover and allow topping to crisp up before serving

 

Broccoli Casserole - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine), remove cover and allow topping to crisp up before serving

 

Quiche [frozen] - 375 for 85-110 minutes. Center should be set before removing from oven. If browning too much, cover with foil or a pan. Can be thawed first for a shorter cooking time.

 

Cinnamon Rolls [frozen] - 400 for 25-30 minutes. Can also be thawed and allowed to rise a bit before baking for a larger and fluffier roll. Bring icing to room temperature, stir and top while the buns are still warm.

 

Corn Casserole - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine)

 

Crab Rangoons - deep fry until golden brown OR  lightly spritz with oil and cook in air fryer until crispy and lightly golden (5-8 mins) OR lightly spritz with oil and bake in 425 degree oven for ~10 minutes

 

Cranberry Chutney [if frozen] - allow to thaw in fridge overnight. Serve cool or room temperature.

 

Croissants - Re-toasting these will bring them back to life if they are a day or two old! A toaster oven or your broiler on low (watch closely!) to get them golden brown will give them a nice crisp exterior. Or enjoy it as a day old by turning into a breakfast sandwich!

 

Flourless Chocolate Torte - store frozen or refrigerated. Thaw raspberry sauce. Take torte out of fridge for 30 minutes before serving. Serve with raspberry sauce (and whipped cream!).

 

Frozen Breakfast Burrito - Our favorite method is to air fry from frozen at 400 for 20-25 minutes (no oil needed). Other options are to thaw and toast in a pan to warm, or place in a hot oven until hot all the way through.

 

Garlic + Herb Baguette - 400 for 15-25 minutes in foil. 

 

Green Bean Casserole - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine), remove cover and allow topping to crisp up before serving

 

Harvest Wellington [frozen] - 375 for 50-65 minutes or until hot all the way through and puff pastry looks golden and dry

 

Herbivorous Butcher Stuffed Turkey-free Turkey [can be frozen for storage!]: https://www.theherbivorousbutcher.com/blogs/blog/2018-turkey-free-feast-recipes

 

Lasagna [GF] [frozen] -375 for 60-75 minutes or until hot all the way through. If getting too brown put foil or a pan on top.

 

Lentil Bolognese - just heat using your favorite method! 

 

Loaded Mashed Potatoes - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine). Add a splash of ey non-dairy milk if they look dry

 

Mini Crabless Cakes [frozen] - cook in a cast iron pan on medium with a little bit of oil. Crisp both sides. Alternatively put in oven at 375 for 20 minutes or until hot and getting crispy. We love to serve these with tartar sauce or a grainy dijon remoulade.

 

Mini Cranberry Brie Hand Pies [frozen] - 425 for 20+ minutes or until bubbling and puff pastry is crispy!

 

Mushroom Gravy - just heat using your favorite method! 

 

Mushroom Paté [frozen] - allow to thaw and serve cool or at room temperature.

 

Mushroom Truffle Gnocchi Bake [frozen] - 375 for 45-50 minutes or until hot all the way through

 

Nanna's Oatmeal Rolls - allow to thaw, bake at 400 for 15-25 minutes

 

Not Your Mumma's Mac + Chez [frozen] - 375 for 45-50 minutes or until hot all the way through

 

Pumpkin Brulee Pie - Enjoy as is, or if you need to re-crisp the brulee topping: dust granulated sugar on top and caramelize sugar using kitchen butane/propane torch. If you don’t have a torch, broil for 2-8 minutes watching closely! Do not leave in broiler unattended. 

Squash Gratin - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine)

 

Scones [frozen] - 400 for 20-30 minutes

 

Sausage Stuffing - gently reheat covered (any temperature will be fine)

 

SOUPS - just heat using your favorite method! Can be thawed first.

 

Spinach + Artichoke Dip [frozen] - 375 for 30-40 minutes or until hot all the way through

 

Stuffed Whole Butternut Squash - 375 for 40-50  minutes until completely tender or hot. If getting too dry on top, wrap in foil.

 

Tiramisu - store in the freezer or refrigerator. Serve from refrigerator temperature.

 

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