I know I haven't mentioned this before, but I have some pretty picky children when it comes to food. Some days I just don't want to deal with it so we have, design your own hot pocket lunch day. After making bread I always set aside a chunk of dough to make different things with and one of those are hot pockets.
First off, I break the dough into small balls, about 2" in diameter. Each child gets to roll out their own dough and put whatever their heart desires that day onto half of the dough. Because my hot pocket was the yummiest and most desirable:), that will be the tutorial I will show you.
I use my Ready,Set, Go Grill to bake these for 3 minutes on each side or you could put them in a 350 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. Last year I made up a bunch of these with garden produce and froze them for a quick meal. My other favorite filling is tomatoes, onions, pesto, basil and mozzarella cheese.
Peanut butter, honey and chocolate chip hot pocket. Two chose this version.
Plain ole cheddar cheese.
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