Adventures of a veg*n.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Hot Pockets?

My own creation!


I used the dry ingredients from the "Yeast-Free Pizza Crust" in LDV, and added half an avocado (all mashed up) and about 1/4 cup of soymilk.. to make a dough kind of thing.

The filling is the "mozzarella" and "pepperonis" leftover from the pizza the other night, along with some fresh spinach. Obviously I need more filling next time.

I wrapped these up and froze them for meals later.. my semester is so crazy I'm gone from 7:30-4 most days.. luckily the music building has a microwave.. mmm hot pockets for lunch!

12 comments:

bazu said...

These do look really good, especially for your busy schedule. This gives me flashbacks... this summer, I was grading AP exams, and one person went on and on about his love of hot pockets instead of answering the actual question... weird!

So you baked the avocado into the dough? How intriguing.

TC said...

These look yummy and convenient! Very cool

Linda said...

Yum! Very creative. what a great idea! I can't wait to try it.

Dori said...

Absolutely YUM! Great idea.

Megan the Vegan said...

ah.....smart to freeze the. I love having stuff oh-hand like that.

laura jesser said...

What a great idea. Instant lunches will be very to have on hand.

Anonymous said...

Hey I see little sandwiches like that all the time!

Kati said...

These look awesome! It's the perfect food to show people when they eat SAD and are skeptical of a vegan diet.

Johanna3 said...

yum. you are so creative, they look good!

madeinalaska said...

Bravo! Nothing better then having something ready to go! Really! And knowing it doesn't have any ingredients that you can't even pronounce.. Priceless!

Urban Vegan said...

That looks insanely good--and convenient for reheating.

Dori said...

About gluten and cold water in reference to your question on my blog. With veggie burgers if the burger mix is warm and then the gluten is mixed in the gluten will get stringy and will not hold the burger together. With the gluten cutlets the water placed with the gluten flour is COLD, however the cooking broth is warm (since the cutlets are already "together" this is okay.... they are just cooking now).

That is my 100% guess.

;)