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Homemade Hot Pockets

Here is a cheap way to make hot pockets at home: Take 1 to 2 cans of Pillsbury crescent rolls, your favorite lunch meat like ham and your favorite cheese. Take crescent roll can and open up, lay out 1 crescent pastry and connect it to another to make a long square. Seal edges with fingers. Lay lunchmeat and cheese on one side, fill as much as you want. Fold over and seal.

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Put on baking sheet, I use either parchment paper or Reynolds wrap release. Bake according to instructions, watch just in case. When it cools down, enjoy. I sometimes make them and take them when we go somewhere. They are good and you can put whatever you want in. Even just veggies, it is up to you.

Source: I got from a magazine featuring Pillsbury crescent rolls.

By Barbara from Shoemakersville, PA

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Homemade Hot Pockets

Great idea. How cool is that? You could make homemade pizza rolls and homemade donuts with it too (Pillsbury dough). (03/07/2008)

By lulu

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