If you've been to any type of gathering/ celebration at my house, you have probably eaten my pizza pockets. Honestly, I can't even remember where I first got the recipe, but I've been making them for years. They are fast, easy, cheap and a hit w/ the kiddos.
You will need: canned biscuits (the cheap ones that come in a four pack not the fancy "Grands" ones)
Parmasan and Mozzarella cheese
Any other pizza toppings of your choice-you could even sneak in some veggies
(bbq chicken is yummy)
Preheat the over to 375
Next pop open the can of biscuits (the best part). Take one and flatten it a bit with your hand. Add about a teaspoon of the mixture.
Fold it over to make a little turnover. You can either pinch it closed w/ your fingers or be fancy and use a fork. You can baste w/ butter (I usually don't b/c they are already high in fat)and sprinkle w/ garlic salt before baking for 8-10 minutes.
Serve w/ leftover sauce.
They are also great to pack in the kid's lunches.
Of course, you could make them w/ actual bread dough, but I rarely have any handy.
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