Whole-Wheat Pizza Pockets

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Get ready to add a new favorite dinner recipe to your weekly rotation…whole-wheat pizza pockets! These are sure to please eaters of all ages and the best part is you can use up food or leftovers from your fridge for the fillings.
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Whole Wheat Pizza Pockets from 100 Days of Real Food

Little ones might especially enjoy making their own pizza pocket so don’t be afraid to get them involved. Their friends might like to help as well so for the next sleepover or birthday gathering consider hosting a “make your own pizza pocket” party. And if you have time to double the recipe these are great leftover the next day or even weeks later if stored in the freezer.

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  1. Hi,
    If you’re popping these in the freezer, at which step would you do it? Pre-cooked, post-cooked, or even risk a part-cooked? Sorry if this has already been asked!
    Thanks.

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      Hi there. I always cook them and freeze. I defrost overnight before reheating. :)

  2. I am looking for a yeast free dough recipe for something like this, wondering if anyone has something? Right now I use Pillsbury roll out pizza dough or cresent rolls and I want to get away from all the processed stuff. My family loves the taste of whole wheat flour. These look great, but I can’t put yeast in them as my kid and husband have yeast allergies.