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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:
7/27/2006
I made these using ham in some & turkey in the others. The ham were actually better. I rolled out 1 biscuit then filled it & topped it with another biscuit. I didn't use very much miracle whip because of other reviews I read, the family liked them, & they were easy to make & easy for the kids to eat.
posted:
6/21/2006
Gave it a 4 b/c it's a good concept, just needs some work, tasted to much like miracle whip, next time I am going to only use turkey and cheese
posted:
6/16/2006
I loved this recipe, quick, easy, fun, and the kids can help out. Yuuummmmmmmmmm
posted:
6/3/2006
I honetly thought it was going to tatse a lot better. It tasted a lot like mayo and they were not as crunchy as i wanted them to be.
posted:
6/3/2006
These were the hit of the party! Everyone loved them!!! I mixed mayo, mustard, and cream cheese together. Put a little of that on the biscuit, then topped with turkey and moz. cheese (more than it said!). I would agree you need bigger biscuits, or use less filling. Otherwise they are hard to close and overflow when cooking. I used a fork to seal the edges--like grandma used to do with the fried pies!! Great recipe!
posted:
5/25/2006
I would recommend using Grands biscuits and adding lots more filling. These will fill up even the hungriest bunch.
posted:
5/22/2006
wasn't has good as I expected . . . .The kids didn't even really like it If I make it again i will just simply do turkey and cheese.
posted:
5/19/2006
I laid a piece of thinly sliced deli turkey on one biscuit and then spoon the cheese mixture on top before I added another biscuit, pinching the sides of both. This made them a little heartier for a meal. I served them hot with tomato soup for supper. Later, I served another batch cold for a bridal picnic. Will keep this recipe for future entertaining use.
posted:
5/17/2006
Easy, delicious, and will make again. I even made half of the recipe with ham and it turned out great as well. Great for snacks or I made them for lunch. I great change to using just bread.
posted:
5/10/2006
My husband & I love these! I've made them several times since finding this recipe. They're a great appetizer or a quick, easy snack. I also tried the mixture on a toasted English muffin as a sandwich & that was delicious too.
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