Wednesday, April 6, 2011

homemade hot pockets

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sometimes i struggle with what dish to make for dinner that will appeal to the preferences of mY hUsBAnd, mY tEEn, mY pICkY toDDleR, and mY picKy sELf. 

i made homemade pizza pockets one night out of crescent rolls and they were pretty good.  so i decided to try my hand at a homemade hot pockets.  

i used a tube of pillsbury premade pizza dough and a cup each of chopped broccoli, chopped ham, and velveeta cubes. 

after baking the pizza crust for a little bit (longer than the instructions say due to my slow-to-cook oven), i cut it into eight squares.  after a few pieces of each of the three ingredients were tucked inside, i folded them diagonally to make triangles.  then they were baked until the crust turned brown. 


surprisingly enough, eVerYOne liked them, including me.
 
 
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3 comments:

Melissa @ The Chocolate Muffin Tree said...

I love this idea! So much healthier than the frozen kind!

Sissybufu said...

oh I am going to have to try making these.

AmandaBeth said...

you could probly just use pilsbury or any crossant or as they call it cressent dough and do this just as similtary and stuff with all kinds of goodies. if hamd mind to could probly make ocasioonal dessert ones to which isnt offered in traditiinal hot pockets which are so expensive.

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