Recipe by Jessica Weber
"These chicken and cheese-stuffed crescent rolls are a quick and easy appetizer or meal for any occasion."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 (3 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
sliced fresh mushrooms
chopped green onion
ground black pepper
1 (4 ounce) package
refrigerated crescent rolls
I used 1 chicken breast that I seasoned with garlic, pepper and onion powder. canned mushrooms, (that's all I had), 4oz cream cheese (only had an 8 oz block and it was easier to just cut in half), and an 8 oz can of crescent rolls. I prepared the "pockets" in several different ways, but found the easiest was to use 2 crescent rolls together flattened slightly into a rectangle, add the mixture along the edge of one of the longer sides, roll up and make sure seams and ends are sealed and bake for 20 minutes. My husband loved it, but I thought it was missing a little something (might add a dash of hot sauce next time). Thanks for the recipe, will be making it again.
This was ok for a change but a little boring
These were fabulous, my family was begging for more!! What a hit, the only change I made was not adding mushrooms because my family doesnt like them. I will make these again and again!
I made this recipe the other night for my family! It was a huge hit! Everyone loved it! I used leftover rotisserie chicken for it and it was delicious! I doubled the recipe because I had so much chicken and it worked perfectly. I also used two crescent rolls sealed together in a rectangle shape. Made pockets about the size of an orange. Because I doubled the recipe, I ended up using 3 tubes of crescent rolls. I think it made about 12 of them. It was great, but I think next time I might make some cream of mushroom soup or something to put over the top. Just the slightest bit dry...
AWESOME LOVED IT AND MY CHILDREN HAVE REQUESTED IT EVEN MY OLDEST WENT OUT AND BOUGHT THE INGREDIENTS SO I COULD MAKE IT FOR HIM. MY CHILDREN CLEANED THERE PLATES AND STILL ASKED FOR MORE WOO HOO.
I've made this more than once. The flavor is delicious and they are great to take in a lunch. I've had them as leftovers and they're just fine.
After some trial and error I have found that I like to make these with two packages of crescent rolls. I don't separate each piece of roll but rather use two pieces to make each portion. I keep them together in a rectangular shape.
These were great! The only changes I made were to double the filling and roll it up in 2 8oz cans of garlic-butter flavored crescents, using the turn-two-triangles-into-a-rectangle method as suggested by other reviewers. My fiance raced back to the kitchen for seconds!
These things are awesome! I love them cooked exactly as the recipe states and I have made alterations. To save time I have used precook end, sliced chicken and it was great. I do prefer to precook my onions just a little.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Amount Per Serving
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