Oh my! We loved these! I skipped the butter. I didn't have the flavored cream cheese, so I chopped a bunch of fresh chives and mixed them with a cube of cream cheese. I liked how crispy the bacon got and how juicy the chicken was! We will be making this again! Thanks for the great recipe!
So VERY easy and delicious!!! Next time I think I will wrap it both ways so all the cream cheese doesn't spill out of the sides, but it was still fabulous at that. Also, I used 2 pieces of bacon per breast...Thank you for the great chicken recipe!
Yummy Yummy great flavor think I'll keep this one handy for OAMC at least once a month.
I love this and so does my boyfriend. I use the low fat cream cheese and add chives to it separately becase BF doesn't like them. I also salt & pepper the chicken (both sides) before I put in the cream cheese to give it extra seasoning. I've made this lots of times...how can you go wrong with cream cheese and bacon??!!!
This was ok no much flavor to it.
Very delicious! My husband loved it! Will be making this recipe again! Very easy to make but I thought it was messy to prepare it. Next time I will not rush and hopefully it won't be as messy, lol. Thanks!
I cooked 5 of these for dinner tonight and froze the other 7. I wasn't sure about the cream cheese staying in because my technique was very sloppy. However, they turned out fine and tasted good.
Oh WOW!!! This was wonderful. I used some chicken breasts from a bag I had and did not pound them out. They were thinner pieces anyway. I just put some of the cream cheese mixture(I used regular cream cheese and mixed in dried onion, lots of garlic, and pepper) on the top then wrapped bacon around the whole pieces. I left the butter out and just sprayed the foil with butter flavored pam. I also did not need to broil them at the end because the bacon was already crispy. My whole family LOVED this. The kids who usually only eat a tiny bit of chicken each ate a whole piece and part of another.
This recipe is a winner! My kids, hubby and parents all enjoyed it. I think next time I will follow the suggestion of turning the breasts over and crisp up the bottom sides of the bacon.