My childhood was filled with crispy chicken nuggets and Hot Pockets. I’m pretty sure my favorite was the ham and cheese, but I was also a sucker for the breakfast Hot Pockets too. Just because I'm "adulting" now doesn’t mean I have to stop loving the foods I used to. Now I’ve just found a way to make them myself so I can feel better about eating them, because I know what ingredients are going into the recipe.
That's one good thing about making hot pockets yourself. Another is that there are so many possible variations you can invent. The best thing, though, is that the recipe for making your own hot pocket is super easy — almost as easy as opening your freezer door and pulling out that box.
You can make a huge batch of these, eat one and store the rest in the freezer. Pop one out right when you want it, and you can bake it in the oven or warm it in the microwave on high for four minutes. Super delicious and convenient — sing along now with us and Jim Gaffigan: Hot Pocket!
Prep time: 10 minutes | Cook time: 15 minutes | Total time: 25 minutes
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