Chicken Cordon Bleu Pockets Recipe

Love those frozen things they call Hot Pockets? Well, why not make your own at home. With a few easy to find ingredients and a little kitchen love, you will have tasty lunch that sure beats store bought. Here’s to another get your kids in the kitchen meal! Enjoy and let me know how yours turned out.

Chicken cordon bleu pockets

Chicken Cordon Bleu Pockets

Recipe Yields 8 hot pockets

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup cooked shredded chicken
  • 1 cup diced ham
  • 1/4 cup green onions
  • 1/3 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon parsley
  • 1 80z cream cheese softened
  • 1 cups italian blend cheese
  • 2 80z cans of crescent rolls
  • 1 egg whipped (for egg wash)

Chicken cordon bleu pockets ingredientsDirections: 

  1. In a medium sized mixing bowl stir together the chicken, ham, onions, garlic, parsley, cream cheese and italian cheese.
  2. Open up your can of crescent rolls.  Each can will come with 8 triangle shaped rolls, but you want 4 rectangle rolls. Take your fingers and firmly press the two triangles together to form 4 rectangle rolls.
  3. Divide the chicken ham mixture in half, in the bowl.  Then divide each half into four parts. This will give you 8 portions (to put into your 8 rolls).
  4. Place the chicken and ham mixture on one side of the crescent roll.
  5. Take the other half of the dough and fold it over the top, use a fork to seal the edged and press the top and bottom of the dough together.
  6. In a small bowl whisk  egg with 1 tablespoon water, to create an egg wash.
  7. Use a kitchen brush to brush the egg wash onto the rolls.
  8. Bake at 375 degrees for 13-15 minutes or till golden brown.

Chicken cordon bleu pockets process

4.7 from 3 reviews
Chicken Cordon Bleu Pockets Recipe
 
Author:
Recipe type: Main
Cuisine: American
Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 1 cup cooked shredded chicken
  • 1 cup diced ham
  • ¼ cup green onions
  • ⅓ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon parsley
  • 1 80z cream cheese softened
  • 1 cups italian blend cheese
  • 2 80z cans of crescent rolls
  • 1 egg whipped (for egg wash)
Instructions
  1. In a medium sized mixing bowl stir together the chicken, ham, onions, garlic, parsley, cream cheese and italian cheese.
  2. Open up your can of crescent rolls. Each can will come with 8 triangle shaped rolls, but you want 4 rectangle rolls. Take your fingers and firmly press the two triangles together to form 4 rectangle rolls.
  3. Divide the chicken ham mixture in half, in the bowl. Then divide each half into four parts. This will give you 8 portions (to put into your 8 rolls).
  4. Place the chicken and ham mixture on one side of the crescent roll.
  5. Take the other half of the dough and fold it over the top, use a fork to seal the edged and press the top and bottom of the dough together.
  6. In a small bowl whisk egg with 1 tablespoon water, to create an egg wash.
  7. Use a kitchen brush to brush the egg wash onto the rolls.
  8. Bake at 375 degrees for 13-15 minutes or till golden brown.

 

Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Dorothy Boucher says

    oh WOW these look so yummy, i am running late for my dinner and i want to reach in my monitor lolll great recipe and thanks for share :) @tisonlyme143

  2. says

    I’m sure they are much better for you too than hot pockets which are filled with additives and preservative and if I’m not mistaken they just had a recall on some flavor because of listeria or salmonella. So for better tasting, health and safety it’s better to make them yourself. Thanks for sharing, these look yummy.

  3. Sunnymay says

    This recipe is a cinch to make with the shortcut of Pillsbury or Great Value (WalMart) Crescent Rolls. Thanks for the recipe.

  4. Sherry Compton says

    Hot pockets are easy and convenient. My grown daughter likes them and would like this. Kids in general would love that they could make and personalize their own.

  5. Jayne Townsley says

    Looks really good. We made cheesy hot dogs with crescent rolls last week and they were a big hit. An easy way to get the cooked chicken for this would be to buy one of those rotisserie chickens that are already cooked in the deli.

  6. says

    These Pockets sure sound tasty. As well, they look a lot more appealing than a store-bought item of the same nature. I like that more than one person, such as children can participate in creating the cordon bleu pocket meals. I can tell there are more amounts of each ingredient in the homemade variety and more freshness also.

  7. Rosie says

    This is company fare!!! Even if just for the “regulars” it will make anyone served this feel pampered and special. I won’t spill the beans that it isn’t that hard to make!!! It is has everything yummy in it I love, and look forward to making this, and serving it, and listening to all the oooh’s and ahhhh’s!!!

  8. Michelle Salais says

    What a great idea considering there was a recall a few months ago on Hotpockets. Thanks for the idea. I’m thinking that you could stuff anything you’d like into them. Make some pizza ones, sweet ones too.

  9. Julie Wood says

    These look so delicious and easy to make, and I know my family would love for me to make these! I will have to make these for a lunch this week. Thanks for an awesome recipe.

  10. says

    This recipe looks really good and my husband would love it! I agree with above comments that they are much better than store bought hot pockets. I love cooking meals for my family, much more healthy.

  11. M.Clark says

    This looks delicious. It’s always better when you make it yourself rather than buying the microwavable version of a particular dish, because when you make it yourself you can customize it and add more of things that you like. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  12. says

    These chicken Cordon Bleu Pockets look like they would just melt in your mouth.I wll definitely make them and enjoy every bite.Thanks so much for sharing this delightful recipe.

  13. melisa says

    You are such a gifted cook/chef, how do you come up with all of these wonderful recipes? And they always look perfect!

  14. Wendy Arnott says

    wow.. awesome idea. Can easily be tweaked to add veggies steamed prior to cooking and other ingredients. And it would be a fraction of the cost of buying the store bought ones! Thanks for this neat post.

  15. Suz Saves says

    Wow – these look great! I used to have hot pockets all the time because they were quick to make but stopped because I am trying to eat less processed food. This recipe looks so easy and yummy that I can’t wait to try it! Thanks for sharing :)

  16. Jody Arbogast says

    Oh how I am going to make this. It really looks so yummy and easy to make. Thank you for the review and the recipe!!

  17. Melissa C says

    Thank you for sharing. Presenting home made cordon bleu pockets to guests will be much more impressive than mere store bought Hot Pockets.

  18. Rebecca Wilson says

    This recipe looks and sounds delicious. I enjoy chicken cordon bleu but don’t get it very often because of the hassle, this is hassleless lol.

  19. David Smith says

    Thank you for the recipe. They look really good and easy to make. Most of the stuff you buy in the store aren’t very good and making your own would be much better. You could make up a bunch and freeze them just like the store-bought stuff too.

  20. Gale McCarron says

    These look delicious. Our family eats a great deal of chicken so i’m always looking for new recipes to try. Thank you!

  21. Leah Lucas says

    Thank-you for this idea! I made these last night and they were a hit with the fam! Will be trying more of your great recipes!

  22. Shannon says

    These would be great to make up to be reheated for parents that have to be away from the home or snacks after school.

  23. Sandra VanHoey says

    This recipe looks so darn good. We have bought the chicken-cordon-bleu before but never attempted to make any, Yours looks so much better than anything we ever bought before. Thanks for sharing

  24. Dorothy Boucher says

    this recipe looks so good and so easy to make, love all the fresh ingredients you added and the cheese.. i bet i could get the little ones involved in make some of these with me… thanks for share :) another great recipe :)

  25. says

    These are delicious and super easy! I’m a starving student, so I’m definitely an expert on easy and delicious.

    Also, one thing that might help people making this recipe is that Pillsbury sells their croissant dough in whole sheets, not sliced up into triangles. It’s in the same section as the other canned baking stuff, and it made it a lot easier; I didn’t have to press the triangles together, I just cut the sheet into eight rectangles.

  26. Dandi D says

    These look incredible, and what a great idea. We love chicken cordon blue, so I’m sure my family will gobble these down!

  27. suzanne says

    I wish I would have seen this a couple days ago. I’ve been wondering what I could do with all the left over ham. This looks very good, I will save it.

  28. Brigid OHara Koshko says

    This looks delicious! With our crazy school/work/sports schedules this would be a great heat and run dinner. Thanks for posting!

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