Thursday, November 21, 2013

Crafsty Recipe Contest and Tuna Melt Pockets

There is a great Craftsy Recipe Contest going on and I am also sharing my new recipe for Tuna Melt Pockets.  My Tuna Melt Pockets came out delicous, and they are really easy to make.  I got one of the new pocket pans that you see in infomercials, and have been going crazy making all kinds of new things with it.

Also, along with this Craftsy Recipe Contest, they are offering 25% off of all food classes in November.  This is a great deal.  Click the link below to receive your discount on classes.

The Craftsy Recipe Contest is a really fun way to have your recipes seen.  The best recipes will be selected by Craftsy to be featured on, and the recipe-winners will win a free Craftsy food class.  To submit your recipes, click the link below and follow the directions.  

They are also offering  a new 

which covers Regular and Gluten Free recipes.  I'm signing up for that one and a few others.  Take a look at their classes and see what you are interested in.

I am submitting my new recipe for Tuna Melt Pockets.  I hope they like it.

Tuna Melt Pockets


2 Pillsbury Thin Pizza Crusts
1 12 oz. can Albacore Solid White tuna Packed in water (drained)
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1/4 medium onion chopped
1/4 cup celery chopped
1 TB lemon juice
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1/2 cup butter, melted


Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

Lay 1 layer of pizza dough over your EZ Pocket Pan. Press dough down into each of the pockets.

Mix drained tuna, mayonaise, onion, celery, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a bowl.

Put approximately 2 TB tuna mixture into each pocket of 12 pockets.  There should be enough tuna salad for each pocket.

Next lay your next layer of pizza dough over the tuna salad and 1st pizza dough.  

Press down on each of the edges for the sections.  It makes it easier to know where to use your dough cutter.  Then cut the dough.  The EZ pocket pan comes with a cutter that also seals all of the pockets.  It is really easy to use.

Get rid of extra dough and use a pastry brush to brush the butter over each of the Tuna Melt Pockets.

Bake in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes or until lightly browned.


This makes 12 Tuna Melt Pockets.

I hope that you enjoy these for lunch.  They were so good.  We really enjoy them also.

Have a great day, and good luck in the Craftsy Recipe Contest.


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