Crescent Chicken

Janelle from Comfy In The Kitchen invited 5 families for dinner and we were so honored to be on the guest list!  Here’s some pictures from our visit! 
Yum!  We brought nothing – Look at all of this food!  Awesome!
The boys fished.
And the girls watched a movie!And here is one of Janelle’s most popular recipes – Crescent Chicken!
 
This delicious recipe comes from my Grandma (or “Nana B” as we call her)…I have wonderful memories coming home from college to this delicious home cooked meal. It has become one of my husband’s favorites too. I like serving it along side of mashed potatoes …. the cream of chicken soup serves as a delicious gravy. Enjoy this simple yet delicious meal! 
~Janelle 
Crescent rolls, chopped and cooked chicken (I simply boil chicken breasts and cut), cheddar cheese, cream of chicken soup (milk).
Make soup in a medium saucepan using milk according to directions.  
Lay out one crescent roll at a time and place appx 3-4 bite sized pieces of chicken and appx 1Tbsp of cheese in the center of each triangle. 
Gently roll up
Seal edges by pinching the dough. (You will not get perfection, just make sure the filling cannot leak out)
Place all of your rolls in a 9×13 dish and pour soup mixture over top ( salt and pepper as desired).
Bake at 350 for 30 mins until crescents are golden brown
Serve with mashed potatoes and your choice of veggies! 
A combination of buttery crescent roll, melted cheddar and juicy chicken…Mmmm…
Crescent Chicken
(serves 6-8 rolls)
1 (8 or 6 jumbo count) package refrigerator crescent rolls
2 cups chopped cooked chicken
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can of milk (using soup can)
Preheat oven to 350
Prepare soup using milk and set aside. Separate crescent rolls. Spoon chicken and cheese onto each crescent; roll and seal to enclose filling. Place in a 9×13 baking dish. Pour soup over rolls. Bake at 350 uncovered for 30 mins.

Enjoy!
~Janelle

 

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Comments

  1. Sounds yummy and I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Brigette says:

    Cant wait to try it.

  3. Yum, I will certainly try this.
    Mama Bear

  4. This is going to be one of the first things I try in about 7 months. I have to low carb it through my pregnancy. This looks like a dish that would definitely be a winner. Thanks for sharing.

  5. My oh my!!! This looks fantastic! Definitely going to make this within the next couple of days! Comfort food for sure!

  6. Too funny! This is what I’m cooking for dinner. I love this recipe. I’ve been making it for the past couple of years!!!

  7. Aww…that was such a fun evening! Thanks for posting! Love ya, Janelle

  8. I think my family would really love this! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe!

    It looks like you all had a wonderful time, too. : )

  9. Kirsten says:

    Wow, five families–that sounds like so much fun! :) Love the practice of hospitality!

  10. Ohhhh that looks mouth watering delicious!!!

  11. What time’s dinner? I’m pretty sure I could make these!

  12. I have made this a few times, and it in now a family favorite!!! I serve it with mashed potatoes and Janelle’s green beens(which I cant’ get enough of!!!) Thank you for all the yummy recipes!

  13. Deborah says:

    Thanks so much for this recipe. I read this post this morning early and couldn’t get this recipe off my mind, so I had to make it for dinner this evening. I have 6 kiddos 12 and under…wasn’t sure if they would like it or not but they did. It was a big hit for everyone in our family!!! Have a blessed weekend, and thank you again.

  14. That just looks like down home good cookin’! :) I had no idea what to make for us to eat today and was able to get this started with just basic stuff on hand. I didn’t have cresent rolls or cream of chicken soup but found great recipes for both online, so I didn’t even have to go to the store! :) Thanks so much for the recipe!

  15. I made this tonight, and the whole family loved it! I used cream of mushroom soup instead because I didn’t have cream of chicken, and it was still great. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Ooo!!! So glad you ladies tried and enjoyed the recipe!

  17. please please please answer this quickly as I am making this tonight! Silly question Here! You said you boiled the chicken? How long? I have never boiled chicken before so I am CLUELESS! LOL!

  18. Wow!! Looks fun, and I can’t imagine how tasty it must have been too.

  19. Just had to pop back in and tell you that I made this last night and it was a hit! I’m so glad to have another thing to add to the dinner rotation!

  20. I often make this and add chopped frozen spinach with the cheese and chicken to round out the meal and we usually have it over whole grain rice. It’s a favorite!

  21. I made this for my family the other night & there was not a bit of leftovers! :)

  22. Just made this for supper. Yummy!! We will definitely have this again. Thanks for sharing.

  23. I found this recipe on Pinterest and made it for dinner tonight–it was a big hit! (even with my picky two year old!!) I made a couple changes–one is that I added crumbled turkey bacon to the chicken/cheese mix and, unintentionally, I bought Cream of Chicken “with Herbs” soup, so I used it anyway and it turned out great! Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  24. So good. We really enjoyed these little bundles with sticky rice. Thank you for sharing!!!

  25. Thank you for this yummy recipe!!!! I will be trying this out for supper tonight. I have a 8yr old who will try anything when he feels good (not feeling to great right now) and a very picky 6 yr old!!!! Guess he kinda gets that from me!!! lol But I think this is something everybody will Love!!!

  26. It’s in the oven as I type this!!! Smells YUMMY!!!! I used frozen chicken tenderloins and baked them. Hope it works out the same.

  27. Oh me oh my…I love this recipe! Over time I have adapted many versions. My fave has to be adding caramelized onions and peppers with the diced chicken. I take some of the “soup mix” (about 2 heaping spoons) and mix chicken, onions, peppers, shredded cheeses (italian blend) and about 4 ounces cream cheese all til blended. I put a little swiss cheese on bottom of crescent then chick. mixture and seal all edges. Pour soup over and add shredded parmesan and bake. When it is almost done, I sprinkle crumbled bacon on top. This one will have you wanting more and more!
    Thank you so much for sharing this recipe ~ it is an all time fave for my family!

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  29. I made the credential chicken and my kids said it tasted sweet. So I tried and there was a hint of sweetness….what did I do wrong.??? This recipe was so simple and I still managed to screw it up…I should just stay out of the kitchen

  30. Can you make 2 hours in advance? Then bake?

  31. Jennifer says:

    Hi, thanks for the recipe-it was delicious!!! It was a hit and will definitely be making it again. However, definitely not enough sauce, next time I would double or even triple the sauce. I’m wondering if you make extra sauce to serve with it, especially as you serve with mashies as we did. Thank you!

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