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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oh gosh i bet they are super flakey and buttery too! yum!ReplyDelete
Jenn @ Peas & Crayons
These look like a great Game Day appetizer!! I am definitely bookmarking this baby for future use...If you get a sec, pop on over to Foodie Friday and link up!ReplyDelete
Oh, and I found you At The Picket Fence!
Oh those look so good they have to be positively bad for you lol. These are going in my entertaining recipe file! Thanks for linking this up to my VIP party =)ReplyDelete
oooh these look really good!ReplyDelete
These look so yummy, but i've never heard of or seen canned biscuits before! Look weird to me, hehe. But your end product still looks good! ;)ReplyDelete
Tnx for linking up this weekend! :)
Those just look totally tasty!ReplyDelete
oh what fun...these look yummy and easy to make...pretty sure my kids would hoover these in no time...thanks for sharing at ff!ReplyDelete
stuff and nonsense
Oh wow what fun and tasty idea! I bet my kids would love these!ReplyDelete
My kiddos would definitely love these and sneaking in veggies is something I am very good at! :-) Thanks so much for sharing these at Inspiration Friday!ReplyDelete
Greetings! I saw you on another blog... thanks for sharing this recipe! I am copying it to try it in the summer for appetizers for when I have company over! :)ReplyDelete
Sounds great! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week! Hope to see you again!ReplyDelete
Congratulations are in order! I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know that this recipe will be featured at Little Brick Ranch tomorrow for Foodie Friday!! Don't forget to stop by and pick up your button! :)ReplyDelete
I am so going to try this for my next church group meeting. Found you via Little Brick Ranch.ReplyDelete
Brilliant!!! This time of year pizza equipment is turning into an avalance. I'm certainly going to take your idea and run with it. Thank you...!ReplyDelete
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