Lifestyle Food Hot Pockets Releases New 'Deliwich' Sandwiches — Their First-Ever Cold Pockets The Hot Pockets Deliwich is the first Hot Pockets product to not require heating By Sabrina Weiss Sabrina Weiss Instagram Editorial Assistant, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 18, 2022 02:24 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: NESTLÉ Hot Pockets Deliwiches deliver all the sandwich pockets with none of the heat. The new Hot Pockets Deliwich is a thaw-and-eat sandwich that doesn't require a microwave. (It's the first Hot Pockets product to not require heating!) Starting at the end of May, grocery stores nationwide will have four types of Deliwich offerings including cheddar and ham, turkey and colby, cheese melt and pepperoni and mozzarella. The concept of these thaw-and-eat sandwiches is that people can take their Deliwiches out of the freezer in the morning, thaw for two to four hours and then enjoy them at lunchtime. NESTLÉ Pop-Tarts Brings Back Their Frosted Grape Flavor and It's Here to Stay Each variety combines deli meat (except for the vegetarian cheese melt) and real cheese in a soft roll pocket. "New Hot Pockets Deliwich is a high-quality sandwich with a little more 'chill' and major convenience for busy parents and their kids," said Hot Pockets brand marketing manager Andy Godish in a statement. "Deliwich offers an easy, great-tasting lunchbox option that stays fresher longer and is always ready to enjoy by the time lunch rolls around." NESTLÉ Oreo's New Pride Cookies Come Stamped with 'Proud' on Top There are plenty of other on-the-go grocery goodies popping up in stores across the country. Kit Kat's blueberry muffin candy bar was available at retailers nationwide starting in April. The bakery-inspired sweet combines blueberries and cake batter-like muffin flavors with graham cookie pieces folded into the bar. Frosted Grape Pop-Tarts are returning to stores this spring after being off the market for years. This flavor was immensely popular during the Y2K era and has come off and on the Pop-Tart lineup for years. Now, Frosted Grape Pop-Tarts are being stocked on shelves once again and they're here to say, says the company.