Finally, the Pita Pocket dough was ready, so we pounded out some perfectly shaped circles and set them aside to rise some more! My daughters love rolling dough into balls and pounding on them, so they had an absolute blast.
While they went to town, I whipped up the filling for theand let me tell you, no matter what the recipe says, you can not have enough cheese in these things! The more the better!
The Hot Pockets also had to be shaped and filled, then set aside to rise a bit more. They were incredibly easy and fun to make. My daughters enjoyed making them to much they couldn’t wait to try them, and spend their time convincing me to throw out my meal plan, which included Spicy Garlic Chicken and Rice and have breakfast for dinner, so we did!
I popped the Pita Pockets into the oven to bake first, since they are done in 2-3 minutes, then baked the Hot Pockets.
Next, we’re moving on to Flour Tortillas!