Had lots of pepperoni from Costco and some Pillsbury Croissants laying around so OF COURSE…….hot pockets!

Ingredients

2 packages Pillsbury Croissants (fresher the better)

cheese

Pepperoni or other pizza “toppings”

Pizza Sauce (I used the squeeze kind since you can put leftovers in the fridge)

Directions

Pre-heat oven to 375° then open your croissant package and unroll- keeping the “pairs” stuck together so it makes a rectangle. Roll out and squeeze the two croissants together. Apply some pizza sauce then brush to cover.

Fill with your choice of toppings (after testing, we wish we would have added more cheese). Only put toppings on HALF of rectangle and make sure to leave about 3/8″ around the edge blank so you can press the dough together in a minute. Squeeze on extra sauce.

Fold the empty half onto the filling side then press edges together using a fork. If you make a variety of pizzas, you can put something on the top to make them different from the others. This time, I made plain pepperoni and pepperoni with olives so half of them had a single olive on top.

Arrange on a pan (I used my Pampered Chef Round Stoneware- you can purchase one from Joan Posey at (253) 447-4267
www.pamperedchef.biz/JoanPosey) then brush with extra pizza sauce and sprinkle on Italian Seasoning also from Pampered Chef.

Bake at 375° until they are golden brown and cooked on the bottom. Mine took 17 minutes. I was in a little bit of a hurry when making so take your time if you want them more pretty LOL

 

 

 

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2 Responses to Recipes- Homemade Hot Pockets

  1. Eftychia says:

    What a delicious recipe is this!! Thank you for the step by step instructions.

  2. Denise says:

    That looks de-lish! I’m gonna try that. Thanks for sharing!

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