Food of the Seventies, Butoni Toaster Pizzas

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Came 4 to a box- a weird crust shell about 5 inches across, filled with sauce and cheese.
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Al - February 24, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved when my mother used to bring Butonis toaster pizza home. They wouldn't last long I'll tell you that.
Joni - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I loved them, but the thing that sticks out the most in my memory, was that the first bite was always broiling hot & burned the roof of your mouth, but when you got to the center, it was always cold! Anyone else have this expereience, or did we just have a lousy toaster?
Laurie - September 07, 2012 - Report this comment
You had to toast them well, at least two full times, to get the center as hot as the outer bites, sometimes burning the crust. But, they were delicious! Actually they came SIX in a box, like frozen waffles, not four. I remember because it was my favorite after-school snack. I became an overweight adolescent mostly due to them! I recall my mom getting mad once because I ate four in one day! I also remember that they were 77 cents a box back in 1973. The closest thing to them today are pizza 'Hot Pockets', but they're not as good, of course.

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