Homemade hot pockets with apples. (healthy breakfast in 10 minutes)

Posted in: Fruit, main dish, Pastry, Recipes
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Breakfast fast!

This is a great weekday breakfast. It’s very easy to cook, it’s healthy and very delicious autumn treat.

If you like the cinnamon, you can add it as well, walnuts will also taste amazing in this simple dish.

When I cook it , sometimes, they don’t “live”  till morning family members hunt for them in the evening and at night.

(please note that the pockets in the picture are made of the homemade flour tortillas, so these are a little bit different looking)

For the recipe you will need:

4 medium apples;

4 tortillas;

2 tablespoons of sugar;

2 tablespoons of vegetable oil;

Wash the apples, peel them, then chop into mid sized chunks (take out the apple seeds ptip to chopping the apples).

Mix the chopped apples with sugar( add walnuts, cinnamon at this stage if you want to).

Preheat your oven at 375 F.

Take the baking dish, grease it with 1 tablespoon of oil.

Take your tortilla, put the apple mix on one half of it, cover with the second half and press firmly (BUT DON’T SQUEEZE TOO HARD).

Put your hot pockets on a baking dish, brush tortillas with the vegetable oil (optional), and set to bake for 10 minutes.

Your dish is ready in 10 minutes. (the tortillas will be crispy and light golden).


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4 Responses to Homemade hot pockets with apples. (healthy breakfast in 10 minutes)

  • mjskit

    Replied on: October 9, 2011, 2:10 am

    These look wonderful! I do something similar with my Toas-Tite, but it squeezes them too much. I like the puffy pockets you have here. I’ll try this method next time!

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  • Lillian

    Replied on: October 11, 2011, 3:45 pm

    How did you get the tortilla edges to twist like the ones in the photo! It looks more like a dough than a tortilla! I’ve never seen a tortilla do that before! This sounds like a great idea though!

  • 1-2punch

    Replied on: October 15, 2011, 7:18 pm

    Hello, I dont check my food buzz page very often (Im bad) so I just found your lovely comment that has been there since July. Please forgive! and I would love to participate. Thanks for the invite. jan

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