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Turkey-Cheese Pockets

Turkey-Cheese Pockets recipe
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These cheesy turkey pockets are so easy to make. Roll out refrigerated biscuits, top with mozzarella, cream cheese and turkey—and bake until delicious.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
27 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
9/14/2007
Changed it just a little: I boiled a chicken breast in chicken broth; chopped the chicken up and mixed with cheddar cheese in some and pepper jack cheese in others. Fabulous. Makes a great lunch box meal - IF there are any left over!
posted:
8/30/2007
Very good! I cut the biscuits in half and made mini pockets so they would go further. BIG hit! The filling is also great as a cheese ball. Will make again, for sure!
posted:
8/16/2007
A hit with both my husband and my 20-month old. We had the reduced fat variation - very tasty. We'll make these again soon.
posted:
7/5/2007
These were awesome! My 6 yr. old son is a VERY picky eater, and he loved them! He's already asking me when I'm going to make them again!
posted:
6/9/2007
I used 1/2 a package of turkey, doubled the cheeses and dressing, and substituted honey mustard for dijon. Coating the biscuits lightly with flour before rolling them out made prep very easy and gave the pockets a nice, crusty appearance. I also sealed the edges by pressing the end of a fork against them, which made them look very pretty. If you or your family don't like the tangy flavor of mayo, I would recommend adding more cream cheese and omitting the mayo all together. Not a gourmet meal, of course, but perfect for on-the-go dinners and nights when you're just too tired to put a lot of effort into cooking!
posted:
6/6/2007
Easy to make and a hit with my family. These are a great weekend or lazy evening dinner. Just pair with some raw veggies and fruit. I've used various lunch meat and cheese combos. Ham and swiss is really good.
posted:
5/22/2007
The filling was very good, but I would use crescent rolls instead of biscuits next time and more meat.
posted:
5/18/2007
THe dressing had a sour flavor and the kids really didn't like it but overall, a great recipe. Very easy and quick. I would just do mayo next time and eliminate the cream cheese.
posted:
5/16/2007
This was good but it needed something extra. I think I'll try it next time using a chicken salad recipe that calls for Russian dressing...might give it a little more kick?? Kids loved it, though!
posted:
5/2/2007
I've made these several times. Good for kid birthday parties, fast and fun!! I like the italian cheese blend just for some extra flavor!
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