Gluten-Free Bierock Dough

I am a contributing writer on $5 Dinners and share my recipes on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. Most of the recipes I share are naturally gluten-free, because that is how I normally cook. However, the Bierocks recipe I posted was not, so I wanted to share the gluten-free substitute I often use when I make Bierocks or “hot pockets” for my family.

You can find my Gluten-Free Bierock Dough Recipe at Gluten Free Flavor Full.

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You can use the  Bierock recipe to make your filling or come up with your own. We also like combining cooked ground beef with leftover pizza sauce and cheese to create a pizza pocket.

We eat them hot the first night with Beef Stew with Cabbage, then I freeze the leftovers. When I pack lunches, I put the Bierocks in frozen and they thaw by lunch time.

Here are the naturally gluten-free recipes I have shared on $5 Dinners:

Chicken and Radish Salad
Herbed Chicken on Vegetable Confetti
Eggplant Pizza Bites

This post has been linked to Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    Alea, my family loves them with Spanish rice in them. Make the rice the day before so it holds together. Yummmm! They have never liked the cabbage filling so we tried taco, pizza, ham and cheese and finally Spanish rice. Perfect blend of flavors for their taste buds especially with a hunk of jack cheese.

  2. Alea says

    What a wonderful idea! I never thought to put rice in them before, but I will definitely give it a try. Thanks for sharing the idea!

  3. Julie says

    These were awesome! I made them for dinner on Friday night, huge hit with my husband. Plus, it's been a great thing to have in the freezer as we need a quick meal. I did the traditional beef and cabbage filling, but I look forward to making an italian version too. Thanks for the great recipe!

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