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How long do you cook Hot Pockets?

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According to Nestle Professional, hot Pockets should be cooked for 1 minute and 45 seconds in a 1,100 watt microwave oven. When using a 700 watt microwave oven, one should increase the time to 2 minutes.

These cooking times are for frozen Hot Pockets. If the food has thawed out or has been kept in the refrigerator, it will typically only require around 1 minute of cooking time. If baking in the oven, users should set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and place the Hot Pockets on a baking sheet. They should be cooked for 24 minutes in the oven. It is important to let the food cool for around 2 minutes to prevent burns.


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