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Air Fryer Hot Pockets(Homemade And Frozen)

Air Fryer Hot Pockets (Frozen And Homemade), Put those cardboard gloves away. Whether you’re cooking right out of the freezer or preparing homemade versions with the kids, the air fryer is unquestionably the BEST technique to produce flawless, crispy, crunchy, flaky hot pockets. Thanks to the air fryer, we can have exceptionally crispy crust, uniformly heated pizza sauce, and lusciously soft and melted mozzarella cheese.

PREPARE TIME: 25 minutes
Cook: Ten minutes
Thirty-five minutes in total
Get rid of the cardboard sleeve and forget about the microwave. Whether you make your own or buy them from the store, the air fryer is the finest way to achieve the ideal crispy, crunchy, flaky hot pockets.

Ingredients For Air Fryer Hot Pockets:

  • The Frozen Hot Pockets Ingredients include 2-4 frozen hot pockets of any brand and flavour.
  • 1 8-count can chilled crescent roll dough
  • One cup of shredded mozzarella
  • One-fourth of a cup of thick pizza sauce
  • One-fourth of a cup of chopped pepperoni

Notes For Air Fryer Hot Pockets:

  • You can choose to use less oil by not using any at all by not spraying the tops of the hot pockets with oil. While it adds a lovely crunch, I find that the hot pockets still crisp up nicely without it.
  • Coat your work area with cooking spray before rolling out the crescent roll dough to minimise the amount of dough that sticks to the counter or cutting board.
  • The chilled crescent roll dough is much easier to deal with. I divided my dough into four rectangles and refrigerated them until I was ready to work with one of them. Working quickly is important because the heat from your hands will warm the dough, making it sticky.
  • Wet your fingers slightly with water before pinching the dough if you are having problems getting the perforation to close up
  • Feel free to experiment with different fillings; we used pepperoni as our filler. My particular favourite is cheese and gammon. A white sauce and chicken would also be really tasty.

Information on Nutrition:
The serving size is one homemade hot pocket with 323 kcal, 12g of protein, 19g of fat, 9g of saturated fat, 0.1g of trans fat, 53 mg of cholesterol, 780 mg of sodium, 86 mg of potassium, 26g of total carbohydrates, 0.2g of fibre, and 7g of sugar. 26g of net carbs, 256IU of vitamin A, 1 mg of vitamin C, 145 mg of calcium, and 2 mg of iron

Recipe By: Cheiryl


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