things in high school and college. My
favorite kind was ham and cheese or 4 cheese with marinara sauce. It has been
about 10 years since my last Hot Pocket, but I almost pause as I pass by them
while at the grocery store. I saw Amber
of Dessert Now, Dinner later post a recipe for Ham and Cheese Pockets and I was
immediately sold. I knew that these would be a super easy weeknight meal, and a
big hit with my big and little guy. The
only change I made to the recipe was to omit the mustard because I wanted the
plain-jane ham and cheese flavors from my nostalgic Hot Pocket days.
my family gobbled them up. This recipe makes 8 pockets and we had 2 left…. We chowed
down! Kellen really enjoyed the meal and exclaimed several time “I love the
pockets Mama!”. He is so sweet and
cute. Speaking of sweet and cute….. I
dropped Kellen at daycare on yesterday and realized that he is a little ladies man. There were two little girls who wanted to help
him with take his jacket off and then, when his teacher pulled them away, another little girl wrapped
her arms around him and kissed him. Floor meet jaw. Isn’t he too young for
girls???? I thought I was safe a two years old, but apparently not. Sigh.
In other exciting news, Zulily had TOMS on sale today! I might have stocked up and grabbed a new pair for Kellen and I..... we needed a pick me up during the cold winter!
action and dinner! Her daughter is a little younger than Kellen and it is cute
to watch them play together! We are also having a party for a friend (and mamma-to-be) on Sunday and will be doing a little planning for that as well.
episode and it looks like there is tons of action coming up….. I am also
counting down the days till April 12th and Game of Thrones can come
back into my life! I have read all the books and have re-watched series, and am excited for it to return.
Cut each pastry sheet into fourths and roll each square
slightly wider so there is room for the filling.
Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
on the edges of the half of the square with meat and cheese and fold
over the top and seal the edges with a fork.