Chicken Roll-Ups might just be the best thing to happen to your kitchen. You honestly can’t go wrong with chicken, cream cheese and crescent rolls. I found a few different recipes online and combined them to create this DELICIOUS meal. It takes no time to throw together especially if you use a rotisserie chicken. This is an easy and affordable way to feed a crowd. When all of my family comes to town we are always looking for easy ways to feed a lot of people. You know that time frame between lunch and dinner when everyone keeps saying “I’m hungry, when is dinner ready, can we try the stuffing?, Ooh what’s this (as a finger pokes into that fresh baked pie you just slaved over.” Chicken Roll-Ups is a surefire way to keep your people fed and your pies beautiful this Thanksgiving 🙂
- Rotisserie Chicken
- 8oz of cream cheese (I used greek)
- 1 pack of dry Italian dressing mix
- 2 cans of crescent rolls
- 2 cans of cream of chicken soup
- Lawry’s season salt and regular salt
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees
- Add cream cheese, both cans of soup and the dressing packet to a sauce pan and turn the heat to medium/low.
- While your sauce is heating up go ahead and shred your chicken from your rotisserie and set aside.
- Once the sauce is heated go ahead and taste the sauce and see if you want more salt. I added Lawry’s season salt and some regular sea salt to taste.
- Pour the sauce over the chicken and mix well.
- Separate the crescent roll dough and place on a greased cookie sheet. I accidentally bought the dough that didn’t have the precut lines. I recommend getting the precut lines.
- Scoop a spoonful of the chicken mixture and place in the center and roll the dough up forming a normal crescent roll. *If you bought the regular dough with no slits place mixture in the center and bring all corners towards the center to form a little pouch.
- Bake in the oven for 15- 25 minutes. The time varies given how much mixture you put in each roll. Mine took 25-30 minutes to bake.
- If you see the tops getting too crispy place a sheet of foil on top to let rolls keep baking but not burn.
- Serve warm!