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How to Make Easy Homemade Hot Pockets

By Edited Apr 17, 2014 0 3

How to Make a Homemade Pizza Hot pocket

Easy Homemade Pizza Pocket Recipe

Are you a big fan of Italian food? My wife and I are sure are.

The other day I was watching the Food channel, and the chef on the channel was making delicious looking hot pockets. I came up with my own spin on this recipe,  and I thought I would share my easy and thrifty homemade pizza pocket recipe on Infobarrel.com for everyone else to try.  I also took photo along the way as I put this together.

I hope you enjoy this homemade hot pocket recipe as much as my wife and I did last night.

How to Make Homemade Pizza Hotpockets
Credit: By Mike Hazelwood (proudfather)

Ingredients You Will Need to Get

to Make this Homemade Hot Pocket Recipe

  • 1 pound of hamburger meat.
  • 1 package of pepperoni.
  • 1 jar of pizza sauce.
  • 1 bag of mozzarella cheese.
  • 2 rolls of Pillsbury seamless dough sheets.

How to Prepare Your

Homemade Hot Pockets

First of all, you will need to take your Pillsbury dough sheet and either cut into quarters, or you can prepare one giant Hot Pocket out of one single sheet like the one on the left.

Brown your hamburger meat in a pan, add a good amount of hamburger to the top of your homemade hot pocket.  Add pepperoni to the top of the hamburger meat. Now, add a liberal amount of pizza sauce to the top of your other ingredients.  To top off your homemade hot pocket add mozzarella cheese.  Fold over the sides of your hot pocket, and insert a fork a couple of times into the top of the dough for ventilation. 

Heat your oven to 375 degrees, and cook your homemade hot pockets for 25 minutes.

 

I hope you enjoy this homemade hotpocket recipe as much as my wife and I did last night.  

Hot Pocket Dough Preperation
Credit: By Mike Hazelwood (proudfather)

Add Hamburger, Pepperoni, and Pizza Sauce to the top of Your Homemade Hot Pocket

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Add Cheese on Top of Other Ingredients

Hot Pocket add Cheese

Fold Sides, and Punch Holes in the Top of your Homemade Hot Pocket with a Fork.

Hot pocket fold sides
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Comments

Aug 22, 2012 6:52pm
Introspective
This sounds interesting; I'll have to try it.
Aug 22, 2012 7:01pm
proudfather
Thank you for stopping by Introspective.:) I hope you enjoy the recipe.
Aug 23, 2012 4:31pm
LavenderRose
Before we had to go gluten free, hot pockets were one of our favorite meals. Plus, they made a nice sandwich for the work the next day.
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