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Homemade Hot Pockets for Freezer Meals

Over the years I’ve created tons of Easy Freezer Meal Ideas and Recipes. These Homemade Hot Pockets for Freezer Meals are excellent for after school snacks and will save you TONS of money.

There is really nothing more satisfying than being able to go to your freezer or cupboard and pull something out that you know your family is going to love.  These are a perfect kid friendly meal! Try these Freezer Meals the easy way. 

Homemade Hot Pockets you can freeze

Homemade Hot Pockets for Freezer Meals

This goes the same for homemade snack foods like Homemade Hot Pockets.  Rather than making one batch, make two or more!  These are fantastic for the freezer and you can make them in a HUGE variety of flavors, shapes and sizes to keep interest going with the kids. The Pampered Chef Cut N Seal, Large, 4-InchThe Pampered Chef Cut N Seal, Large, 4-Inch

One of the best little kitchen gadgets that I ever bought was this Pampered Chef Cut and Seal!

You can use it for soo many different things…from PBJ, appetizers to these simple homemade hot pockets!

Definitely a kitchen fave!

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Some of my kids favorites homemade hot pockets are:

Homemade Garlic Chicken Hot Pockets ~

This was actually my very first go at making my Homemade Hot Pockets for Freezer Meals and turned out AMAZING!  If you love Garlic Chicken you’ll love this easy little recipe.

Homemade Hot Pockets

Pampered Chef Cut n Seal recipes:

Homemade Pepperoni Hot Pockets  ~

Well what kid friendly freezer would be complete without some kind of Pepperoni anything! These turned out super yummy and freeze well. So there you go Pepperoni Hot Pockets…kids love!

Pepperoni Hot Pocket Recipe

Bacon Cheeseburger Hot Pockets  ~

These Bacon Cheeseburger Hot Pockets/Calzones are super deelish.  Just one more step to create a crunchy tasty outer layer of yumminess and umm heaven! I folded them over and used the cut n seal for this deelish recipe too. 

cheeseburger calzone

Notice all of the different shapes, sizes and textures?  This is what makes food interesting.  Same dough recipe and 3 totally different kinds of Hot Pockets! 

Grilled Hawaiian Hot Dog Hot Pockets

This is a different kind of hot pocket but super delicious. You can also oven bake these too! My homemade Sweet and Sour Sauce is da bomb!

Grilled-Hawaiian-Hot-Dog-Hot-Pockets_thumb.jpg Hot Pockets are just so easy and what’s really great is that you can make tons of other recipes with this simple Pizza Dough recipe also. 

Since Freezer Cooking seems overwhelming to many, here are different Freezer Cooking Methods to see which will work best for you.  For me I like to make 1 meal and double or triple.  It’s just so super easy!

Another fun recipe creation I made with the above Cut and Seal from Pampered Chef…are these Pie Crust Pop Tarts!

Pie-Crust-Pop-Tarts

Check out this post on Pizza Dough ~ What Else Can I Make With It?  Over ten more ideas for fillings and crusts! 

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Enjoy!

 

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13 Comments

  1. what a clever idea, have to try this for Dino…think this would make great after school snacks.

  2. This is such a great idea and a wonderful, healthy snack that the kids will actually eat. Perfect for nights when there is a sports practice or game soon after school. These will fill them up so they can make it to dinner. Thank you for the very helpful post!!

  3. What a wonderful idea! I like hot pockets, but never buy them due to the expense and just not “needing” them, if that makes sense. I will definitely have to try these though because they would make great lunches for me to just grab out of the freezer. Freezer are SO convenient, but for whatever reason I rarely take the time to prepare them ahead of time. Maybe I should really be more intentional with keeping our freezer stocked with a few extra meals. I’m so glad you shared this post today at the SHINE Blog Hop! 🙂

  4. I’m ashamed to admit that I secretly LOVE hot pockets- I’ll bet they’re so much better when you make them yourself. I should probably make these.

  5. I like doubling recipes too, so I can store some in the freezer. I’ve never tried making hot pockets yet. What a great idea for a quick-fix snack! Thanks for sharing! (Visiting from the SHINE Blog Hop)

  6. Hi Lynne,
    I just love your Freezer Hot Pockets, awesome! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  7. I’ve always wanted to try making these and keep putting it off, they look so good! I found your blog through Good Tips Tuesday link party!

  8. These look yummy!! Thanks for linking up on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday Link Party!! Hope to see you again tomorrow!! Love partying with you!! Pinned!

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