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A Delicious Portable Pocket of Comfort Food!
Originating in England, these pasty’s – or meat pies – eventually came over to the U.S. and settled in Michigan. Now, you can find them in almost every State. A buttery and flaky dough is filled with meat and veggies, making it an excellent lunch or snack to take wherever you go. Make a large batch and freeze them for easy convenience whenever the hunger strike hits. This recipe makes 6 and bakes in under an hour – you’re going to love these!
My kids love Hot Pockets and so does my husband as he often takes them to work. However, these little pockets are filled with nitrates and preservatives. Plus, theya re expensive.
So, why not make a healthier version that costs less in your own kitchen? I don’t know about you guys and gals but I think that idea sounds mighty fine.
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Quick Tip: Serve with your favorite dipping sauces.