Breakfast Hot Pockets

These are great to make, freeze, and pull out for quick lunches and snacks.

1/4 c warm water
1/2 T sugar
1 T yeast
1/4 melted butter
1 eggs
1 t salt
1/8 c honey
3/4 c warm milk
3 c flour

8-10 eggs
splash of milk
1 c cheese (approx)
1/2 diced pepper (any heat you like)
8 sausage links OR 1/4 lb diced ham

In a bowl, mix warm water, sugar and yeast until dissolved.  In another bowl, mix butter, eggs, salt, honey and milk.  Add yeast mixture.  Blend well.  Add flour, 1 cup at a time, until consistency to knead.  Knead for about 5 minutes, adding a little flour as needed.  Let rise in greased bowl until doubled.

Cook up scrambled eggs.  Cook meat and dice.  Dice and saute peppers.  Mix all ingredients in a bowl and set aside.  (You can combine the cheese with the egg mixture, or just add it in individually later - depending on preference).

Punch down dough.  Divide into 8 balls/pieces.  Roll each piece into a rounded rectangle/oval.  Add in 1/8 of filling onto one half of dough.  Fold the rest over, and seal with a little water, folding edges underneath the hot pocket.  Place onto greased cookie sheet.  Repeat until they are all formed.  Optional: spread a little butter or spray Pam onto tops, to give it a little more golden top.

Cook at 350 for 15-20 mins, until getting golden brown.

To freeze, let cool completely, wrap in aluminum foil individually, and place into large freezer bags.  Then reheat by popping them into the microwave for a couple minutes and enjoy!

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