THESE ARE LIFE CHANGING.

The Original Pizza Logs are actually made right here in Western New York. (Isn't it insane some of the sweetest stuff was invented in Buffalo--chicken wing, I Got It, air conditioning, the pizza logs). The plant where they are made is over on Inducon Drive West in Sanborn.

Of course you know about the Original Pizza Log, but how about their other products, the spin-offs that have become so wildly popular. In addition to having the pizza logs,

  • Apple Pie Logs
  • Breakfast Logs
  • Taco Logs

You can find them all in the grocery store, and if you have an air fryer, THAT IS THE WAY TO DO IT. They are so good in the air fryer, of course, if you have to, use your oven. Each variety of the log varies, but they take about 13-15 minutes in the oven.

Now, the APPLE PIE LOG.

So good. Don't eat it as a meal. It is a desert, as it should be. It's apple pie...but, cleaner and sweeter. The kids will love it. We took some french vanilla ice cream and ate it on the side. Drizzle some chocolate or caramel on them and BAM.

BREAKFAST LOGS

We actually dipped these in syrup and they were bomb. What's inside? Scrambled eggs, aged sharp cheddar cheese, and top-quality Canadian style bacon and they come in a crispy wrapper.

TACO LOGS 

These are hands down the best one. Better than pizza logs? I'd say so. Either that or I've been eating too may pizza logs and my taste buds wanted a change. Think like a taquito, but bigger. You can't have just one. I dipped them in ranch, but would love to know what you think would be best to dip them in.

Wegmans and TOPS is hard to find them, but you can get them for about 10 bucks a pop at Camellia Meats, Dash's, Market in the Square, Save-A-Lot, Sloan Super Market, Federal Meats and Latina's on Pine.

Rob Banks