The health department advises that most Wrappers (except seafood) that will be transported and consumed in less
than 4 hours will be safe to eat.  If your trip will take more than 4 hours, then you must keep the Wrappers hot
(above 145 degrees) or cold (below 40 degrees) during transport.

You can also choose to freeze your Wrappers before transport. However, certain ingredients (such as crab!) should
not be frozen.  Please check with us if you are unsure!

Did You Know…
...Wrappers can also be cooked and frozen to order?  We need about 24 hours' notice to get them hard frozen for
you but we are always happy to do so!  Just let us know what you want and when you plan on picking them up and
we’ll have them ready for you!  Then keep them frozen or on ice and they should be fine when they arrive home.

From room temperature/refrigerated
All Wrappers are fully cooked.  All you need to do is reheat them!  Wrappers can be reheated in a microwave or
conventional oven but when a microwave is used the dough gets a bit chewy so we recommend a conventional or
toaster oven.  About 10 minutes in a 350 degree oven should do it!

From frozen
We suggest letting the Wrapper defrost in the refrigerator and then put it into a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes. 

Alternatively, you can defrost it in a microwave at half power for a minute or two and then put it into the oven.

If you want to use a microwave oven exclusively it's safe to do so but be aware that the dough will get chewy and the
cheese may boil out!
Wrappers To Go - Transporting, Freezing & Reheating Wrappers
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