Midnight Snack

Devour Loaded Potatoes With Angus Beef And Bacon

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If you like to devour your frozen meals, then this one would probably be a good call. Heinz introduced the Devour brand back in 2016, according to Brand Eating, and it’s been filling the stomachs of streaming binge’rs ever since. The company’s main website even has raunchy slogans like “Rated M for Meaty, “Tastes Forking Good,” and a menu icon called “Frozen Food Porn” that takes you to even more outrageous stuff. Like this fake ad they have:


I mean, that’s pretty dang funny. Let’s find out if the Devour Loaded Potatoes With Angus Beef And Bacon was worth the $3.99 we paid for it at Target.

Devour Loaded Potatoes
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Devour Loaded Potatoes Back Of Box
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Devour Loaded Potatoes Up Close Of Box
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Luxury options and applewood smoked bacon? My mouth is watering already!

Nutrition Facts


The sodium level should be expected, this is bacon, cheese and potatoes we’re talking about here. It’s actually a pretty respectable amount of fat and an impressive amount of protein.

Devour Loaded Potatoes Ingredients
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It’s a bit fuzzy, sorry about that. Right off the bat, we can see that this has roasted potatoes and fully cooked/seasoned Angus beef pot roast dices. The rest of the ingredients get a thumbs up, too. The Annatto Extract is an orange-red condiment, according to Wikipedia.

Let’s get cookin’ and see what this looks like!

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Devour Loaded Potatoes Cooked
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There was a lot of cheese!

The Review

This came out of the packaging pretty steamy, much like the company’s website. Cooking it was simple enough, though not much different than other frozen foods. I did, in fact, devour the whole thing myself. There did need to be some water by my side since it was pretty salty. The beef was a bit dry and frankly the cheese was kind of runny, but the potatoes were excellent. 10/10 would recommend those potatoes. The veggies in there were fine. Given that it was pretty filling and nutrient-dense, I could see myself buying another one of these. However, a $.99 chicken pot pie might be more tempting at 1/4 of the cost. Those potatoes, I’m serious, they make it worth the price alone and the seasoning throughout was great.

Packaging: Above Average

Nutrition Facts: Above Average

Ingredients: Above Average

Taste: Average

Preparation: Average

Midnight Snack Rating: 7.2/10

Recommend? Yes

Bob Buckley

Bob Buckley writes about food and business.