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Heating Instructions | Canihaveabite

Heat,

Then Eat

Instructions & Advice

entrees

01

Remove Entree Lid

Remove the compostable plastic lid. The rest of the container is oven-safe.

02

Preheat Oven to 375°

If entree is frozen and your oven runs cold, you can preheat oven to 400°.

03

If Fresh: Cook for 10-15 Mins.

Cook approximately 10-15 mins or until internal dish temperature reaches at least 120°.

03.5

If Frozen: Cook for 30-40 Mins.

Check the progress of dish after 20 mins, and consider covering parts of dish with foil to ensure even heating. Cook another 10-20 mins until internal dish temperature reaches at least 120°.

 
soups

01

If Frozen: Run Container Under Hot Water

Flip upside down and run hot water over bottom of container to loosen contents.

02

Put in Soup Pot, Warm on Low Heat

Stir occasionally to break apart soup pieces until warm and ready to eat.

 
sides

01

Put in Oven-Safe Container

Remove from packaging, and place in an oven-safe container or on a baking sheet.

02

Preheat Oven to 375°

Oven temperatures can vary. Adjust temperature as needed.

03

Heat for 10 Mins.

Heat until desired warmth, approximately 5-10 mins depending on dish.

 
hot tips

Microwaving Food?

We recommend heating dishes up in the oven, although entree and soup containers are microwave-safe. We do not have definitive microwave times for our dishes.

Feedback from customers recommends 2 minutes in the microwave for fresh entrees and approximately 3-4 minutes for frozen entrees.

Contact us with questions or feedback.

All dishes can be heated from a fresh or frozen state. It is not necessary to let frozen dishes thaw in the fridge.

1.

When heating pasta entrees — except vegan lasagna — cover the dish with foil after 10 minutes. Helps prevent the noodles from drying out.

2.

If an entree has rice or beans, adding a splash of vegetable broth will help it cook faster.

3.

If an entree has a side of vegetables, especially if it is a meat entree, cover the vegetables with foil. This helps the vegetables cook at the same rate as the meat.

4.

Cover chicken entrees with foil, especially those with vegetable sides.

5.

 
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