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!....an 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: http://moneysavingmom.com/2009/02/guest-post-homemade-hot-pockets.html
(I made a few changes to the recipe, like adding bacon, and cooking the pepper and onion with the sausage)