1 packet of Lipton onion soup mix
A note on the frozen bread dough. I love the Schwan's brand bread for this recipe. It works perfectly and I love that I can make half with white and half with whole wheat. BUT, any frozen bread dough would work. You'll need two loaves worth. I suppose you could make it from scratch too, but then this recipe wouldn't be super easy.
Cut each loaf into equal parts, 4 to 6 per loaf. Flatten dough out on a couple cookie sheets.
Top with a little bit of the meat.
Now, fold over edges of dough, pinching closed and sealing the meat and cheese inside the dough.
Bake on a cookie sheet, with folded edge down, at 350 degrees until slightly browned on top. In my oven this takes about 20 minutes.
Brush with a little bit of butter.
We love to eat these dipped in ketchup with a big green salad on the side. Sometimes we even dip it in the ketchup and ranch mixed together. Yum!
These warm up really well as leftovers and are sure to please both adults and kiddos.