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Bosco Sticks Review

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Bosco Sticks ReviewI have to admit it, I’d never heard of Bosco Sticks until I saw a recent poll proclaiming they were the favorite hot lunch food of school children these days, surpassing even the terrible pizza found in school lunchrooms.

Now owned by Tyson, Bosco sticks were created by a Michigan pizzeria, spread to local schools, and as they say, the rest of the story is history.

Spoiler alert: to my taste, and I imagine most adults, these are awful.  They are a baked four inch long flavorless breadstick, stuffed with flavorless mozzarella cheese. They are high in carbs and fats.

But apparently demand is such that Tyson offers them in different sizes, made with different types of flour and with different stuffings. Here’s the complete product line rundown.

I purchased them at Walmart. I baked two. The rest are doomed to spend eternity in the freezer. Sorry folks.

School lunches are sure different today then when I was a sprout, and we had a bunch of professional lady cooks in the situation, whipping up lunch from scratch every day.  Not that my family could afford it, I think it was 35 cents in grade schools.  Yes, we were strictly members of the brown bag bologna sammich crowd.

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