“What had happened wuz”….”Mom, what’s for lunch?”
After emptying the refrigerator of possible ingredients, Pizza Pockets was created.
My leftovers included: Artichoke Parmesan marinara sauce, some Velveeta cheese, mozzarella cheese, eight slices of pepperoni, and a can of crescent rolls.
Preheat oven to 400.
I began to build the pizza pockets:
Open the rolls and separate them. In the widest part of the triangle, place a slice of pepperoni. On top of that put a small square of Velveeta cheese and top that with a small spoonful of the marinara sauce. Sprinkle the shredded mozzarella on top.
Starting from the wide end of the triangle, begin rolling up the dough, pinching the edges together, then continuing until the stuffing is covered and nicely tucked away.
Place on greased (I use cooking spray) cookie sheet evenly spaced.
Bake for about 14 minutes or until toasty and brown.
Best when fresh out of the oven but can be reheat in the microwave.
I guess you’ve got the idea that you can put anything inside these crescent rolls and have a tasty dish!
As a serving suggestion, sprinkle grated Parmesan cheese on top of the warm pizza pocket.
What would you find in your refrigerator to fill this pastry? Oooo, go check and report back. Better yet, make it and take pictures and post here to share with the world!
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