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  1. My mother used to make these all the time too! It's a great, economical way to feed a lot also! (I have teenage boys) Yours look really good, thanks for sharing!!!

  2. These are just too cool:) Little pockets full of surprise foodies. I just have to try these. Thank you so very much for linking up to Freedom Fridays!

  3. These look SO yummy! We've never tried runzas, so we're excited to give them a go! Thanks for sharing your ideas on "Strut Your Stuff" Saturday! We hope to see you again! -The Sisters

  4. Hi Jamie! Hopping on over from Recipes for my Boys! I'm always looking for authenic eastern european recipes being a Polish girl. These look and sound delish. Bookmarking! Your newest follower!

  5. These are definitely a German recipe. The full name is Kraut Runza's. My German mother-in-law taught me how to make them. I roll the dough out in squares, then put the filling on top, and bring the corners up and pinch the dough together. Thus they look like a shirt "pocket." Kraut is cabbage, and Runza means pocket in German. Thus we call them cabbage pockets in English. A family favorite of all 5 children, 11 grandkids, & 4 greatgrandkids.

  6. I miss these…Mom used frozen bread dough and canned sauerkraut when making these. Dad LOVINGLY referred to them as "gut bombs" and still to this day that is what we call them.

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