Biscuit Hot Pockets

These little biscuit hot pockets can be made with about any kind of meat and cheese.  They make great appetizers for game day and any gathering.  We like them for breakfast with ham and cheese like in the recipe below.  You can use cooked sausage, hamburger, ham, turkey, chicken and add any kind of cheese you like.  Spread the biscuit with mayonnaise or mustard, sprinkle on salsa or whatever your family loves best. They are great to dip in honey mustard dressing or ranch dip.   Children will love making them with you and eating the finished product!  You can use canned biscuits or even make your own biscuit dough.  They are just a fun thing to make for your guests and family.  Everyone loves these little treats.

Biscuit hot pockets are great for any event or gathering.

1 (16 ounce) can Jumbo Flaky Biscuits

1 cup cooked ham, chopped

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

mustard or mayo



Remove biscuits from can and separate each biscuit to make two out of one.  Roll out in circle to make the biscuit larger.  Spread with mustard or mayonnaise or whatever you like. Sprinkle on however much ham and shredded cheese it takes to fill the circle.  Fold biscuit over and pinch together with your fingers.  Bake on ungreased cookie sheet in a preheated 350 degree oven for 12 to 15 minutes until golden brown. Makes 16 biscuit hot pockets.  Enjoy!

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  1. If I plan to freeze the biscuits is it possible to freeze before baking them? Just wondering if that would be better than baking, freezing, then reheating?5 stars

  2. Phyllis Jacobs says:

    Can these be frozen after they are made, and if so, how would you reheat them?

  3. Connie Lorraine says:

    Such a terrific idea! My husband is always on the go and this will work out great for him with no fuss or muss! Thanks so much for posting this recipes!!

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      You’re so welcome 🙂

  4. Love your recipes, but wondering if you have a substitute for the canned buscuits. All I can think of is what preservatives they use in these since they sit on the shelf for weeks. Thank you.

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      There are all kinds of biscuit recipes on our site, Sandy. Just type biscuits in the search box on any page and you should get lots of recipes for making biscuits you could use.

  5. Karen from Ohio says:

    This sounds so good (and easy)! One question though… what temp do you have the oven at? I’m assuming it’s whatever temp the can of biscuits calls for but wanted to verify.
    Thanks – and I love getting your emails when the blog is updated!!
    Karen from Ohio

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      Thank you so much Karen. So happy you enjoy the site and e-mails. Yes, you are correct. You use the temperature on the can of biscuits. Have a great weekend.