Homemade Hot Pockets you can freeze for later


A huge way we save money is making this Homemade Pepperoni Pocket Recipe! So easy to make and you can even freeze for later. Kids love these snacks. 
Course Lunch
Keyword Homemade Hot Pockets to freeze,, Kids, Lunch, Pepperoni, Snack Food
Prep Time 1 hour
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings 6 Large
Author Shari Lynne


  • Homemade Bread Dough or you can buy’s legal
  • Spaghetti Sauce – your family fave
  • Mozzarella Cheese
  • Pepperoni
  • Cooking Spray – optional
  • Garlic Salt/Seasoning Johnny’s’ is low sodium – optional


  2. Plan ahead a couple of hours. First make your Homemade Bread Dough. After your bread dough rises make as many balls as the dough will make. You need a top and bottom for this recipe. Or if you want to make your dough go farther you can simply use a little bigger balls and fold over..I’ll show you below… Roll out your first ball.
  3. Then put your toppings in the middle of that piece of dough
  4. Then put your top on.
  5. I seal the edges together with this Cut N Seal I got from Pampered Chef about a million years ago.
  6. I love the Pampered Chef Cut N Seal because you can use it for so many things!
  7. You can also just take a fork and crimp the edges together
  8. Then put your Pepperoni Pockets onto a cooking sheet.
  9. A little cooking tip: Use Cornmeal sprinkled on your cookie sheet when baking dough…you know like the Pizza Parlors do. Then your dough won’t stick.
  10. Spray a very light coat of Cooking oil onto surface of Pepperoni Pockets
  11. Sprinkle with Garlic Salt…or seasonings of your choice.
  12. Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
  13. Now for the fantastic part! These are sooo easy to freeze! Just pop them into a freezer bag after they have cooked and cooled and that’s it.