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Quick Pockets Recipe

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toni ricketson


I make them for my family as a quick breakfast, lunch and supper. They are easy and freeze very well. I always make extra and freeze them for later. You can add different things. I make them with pizza sauce, cheese,Pepperoni. sometimes I will do taco meat, cheese and salsa. They are homemade hot pockets, just better for you and cheaper.


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6 to 8
30 Min
15 Min


  • 1 lb
    ground sausage -hot, mild, it doesnt matter just what you have the taste for
  • 1 can(s)
    of crescent rolls
  • 1 lb
    of shredded cheddar cheese
  • 4

How to Make quick pockets


  1. brown your sausage and drain off all the extra grease
  2. take the cheese and eggs and mixed them together
  3. add the sausage to the mix
  4. stir together very well
  5. take the crescent roll and take them apart
  6. roll out each of the crescent roll flat and add the mixture on it
  7. fold the crescent roll over the mixture... make sure the mixture is covered by the roll,, no mixture is showing
  8. repeat until you have all the rolls done
  9. place on a none stick baking sheet. brush with butter if you like and bake at 350 until the crescent roll is golden brown
  10. serve while hot or you can reheat as you want them. they freeze very easy and when you like to use them just heat and enjoy again
  11. I make them with pizza sauce, cheese,Pepperoni. sometimes I will do taco meat, cheese and salsa.

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About quick pockets

Course/Dish: Eggs, Meat Breakfast
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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