Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

These Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets are loaded with sausage, scrambled eggs, onions, peppers, and cheese. Talk about a breakfast of champions.

Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

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Who loves Hot Pockets raise a hand 🙋‍♂️. Hot Pockets used to be a go-to meal for me growing up and into college. Now that I have a perfected Keto Hot Pocket that has a flaky pastry style crust, I am super excited! You can fill it with whatever your heart desires but today we’re doing a breakfast style hot pocket that’s loaded with Kiolbassa Jalapeño Beef Smoked Sausage, scrambled eggs, onions, peppers, and cheese. Talk about a breakfast of champions.

The Kiolbassa Jalapeño Beef Smoked Sausage adds a great smoky/spicy flavor to the hot pocket. I like that it’s a bit heartier than your traditional style breakfast sausage too. With the peppers and onions, it just can’t be beaten.

The dough recipe here is sort of a fathead dough but without cream cheese. It’s super easy to throw together making this perfectly easy enough for weekday mornings.

The dough also holds together REALLY well making it easy to stuff and fold without the dough ripping apart, not an easy feat in gluten-free / keto / low-carb cooking let me tell you.

I’ve added a bit of xanthan gum here to help with that as it kind of acts like gluten to increase the elasticity of the dough. It’s not 100% necessary so if you don’t have it on hand or don’t include it in your diet, no worries, just leave it out.

Step By Step Folding Instructions:

Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

Keto Breakfast Sausage Hot Pockets

The best part? You can make these ahead of time and freeze them so that you can just pop one in the oven when you’re ready. I place the uncooked pocket on a parchment sheet and freeze for about an hour then wrap in aluminum foil or parchment and then place in a freezer-safe container.

The cooking time for a frozen pocket will be a bit longer than that if you’re cooking them fresh. I’d start with 30 minutes and go from there until it’s nice and golden brown.

Now I have all sorts of fun recipes planned using this dough, pizza pockets anyone? How about ham and cheese or Philly style? Oh yes, this will be fun!

If you enjoyed this recipe check out these other awesome keto breakfast ideas:

  • Keto Breakfast Sandwich (AKA Copycat Keto McGriddle)
  • Breakfast Fat Bombs
  • Breakfast Meatballs
  • Keto Breakfast “Potatoes”

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