Monday, January 28, 2013

Home Made Hot Pockets

Before my family came in town for the Thanksgiving holiday, we split up some food ideas to help spread out meals for the weekend.  I was asked to make home made breakfast hot pockets.  My sister, Melanie, showed me a link on MoneySavingMom's blog that is a super yummy recipe, and we have been making them during the cold months for the past few years.  We keep a few fresh, and then freeze the rest.  It's so nice to be running out the door in a rush one morning, and just grab one of these hot pockets out of the freezer, pop it in the microwave for 1 & 1/2 mins and Ta-Da! amazing breakfast to go :)

The dough is filled and ready to be popped in the oven!
The recipe makes about 30, but I doubled it and made 60 hot pockets!

Yummy!  Warm right out of the oven ;)

This recipe definitely takes time (probably half a day bc of all the waiting for rising), and the clean up is not fun either!  I think I use every pot and pan that I own!  But it is DEFINITELY worth it!

I usually try to use every bit of the bacon-sausage-egg mixture, but this time I just had some left over.  Perfect for some breakfast burritos or egg scrambler!!

If you want to make these, just go here for the recipe:
(I made a few changes to the recipe, like adding bacon, and cooking the pepper and onion with the sausage)

1 comment:

  1. Those look very yummy. I bet my family would love. thanks for sharing