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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.


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


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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