4 Weeks to Fill Your Freezer: Homemade Pizza Pockets (Day 8)

These Pizza Pockets, inspired by Amy’s Finer Things and Pocket Change Gourmet, turned out beautifully today!

I doubled our family’s favorite homemade pizza dough recipe for the dough.

Then I cut the dough into pieces.

And rolled those dough pieces into balls.

Next, I flattened the balls with the rolling pin.

When I turned my back someone was making some artistic designs on my rolled-out dough. :)

Then, I dolloped a little of the filling on.

Sprinkled the filling with cheese

And sealed up the edges with my fingertips.

Ready to go into the oven.

The end result — so yummy and delicious! And my whole family agreed with me that this recipe is a definite keeper.

Did you do any freezer cooking today? If so, I’d love to see the results of your efforts! Link up your blog posts below or tell us about your success in the comments.


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  1. says

    My dough was super-sticky (I used 75% white and 25% wheat flour), and I had to add a TON of flour while rolling it out. Did I do something wrong? Everyone’s pockets were white by the time I was done, now there are white handprints on everything :)

  2. Amanda W. says

    These were absolutely delicious! I was nervous on how they would cook in the microwave. They cooked perfect in the microwave! I had no problem with the dough and ended up with 18 of them. It was well worth the time to make to have something home cooked to feed my family when we are pressed for time! I am really enjoying the freezer cooking. I am going to make the burritos next!

  3. says

    I made some of these (ate a few right away…yummy), stuck them in the freezer BUT when I cooked them in the oven from the freezer, the crust was pretty hard. When I put them in the microwave, they were kinda spongy…what am I doing wrong?

    • Val says

      Try wrapping in a paper towel when you heat them in the microwave that should take care of your sogginess!!! For the oven I would say foil either wrap or tent!!!! Hope this helps:)

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