Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Family Friendly

I stole this recipe from my friend, who also put it in our church cookbook. She's got two young kids, confirming this was the family friendly kind of dish I was looking for. It ain't fancy, but it's hearty and fairly kid pleasin'. Besides, it's made with Pillsbury crescents- and honestly I love EVERY recipe I ever make with Pillsbury crescent rolls- seriously. A lot of you may make a similar version of this dish.

Chicken Rolls

1 can refrifgerate cresent dinner rolls
2 chicken breasts, cooked and shredded
1 c. shredded cheddar
* I also added chopped green onion for flavor

1 can cream chicken soup
1 c. milk
1 c. shredded cheddar

Preheat oven to 325. Heat sauce ingredients together until smooth.
Seperate rolls into triangles.I just mixed the chicken, cheese, and green onion- then placed a little bit of mixture on each triangle and roll as you normally would. Place in 10x6x2 dish (or something similar), top with sauce and bake for 45 minutes until very brown.

(I made this abck in January but if I remember right from looking at the pic, I think I may have sprinkled some paprika on top before baking, just for color).

Remove from oven and let the fam dig in.


  1. I make these too! But we call them Cheesy Chicken Crescents. They are VERY kid friendly!

  2. Come to think of it... I think I made these for you when you had Hannah! I have no idea how in the world I remember that... very random! lol

  3. Erica,
    I thought of you when I put this on here, because YES, you did make these for us and we thoroughly enjoyed them. I remember those kinds of things too =)