These were easy to make, and I liked the idea of croutons as a coating. However, we found them bland. My husband and I both agreed they needed a sauce or a dip or something. I will agree with other reviewers that they're easily portable - I took one for lunch the next day and ate at room temp. One really bright spot was that my 2 year old really liked it and was able to hold it and feed herself. In summary, they were fine, but I probably won't make again.
These are fantastic with 8oz. cream cheese, fresh from the garden chives, and topped with chicken gravy.
This recipe worked and had a pretty presentation, but we found it just not as tasty as I thought it should be. The dough was pretty bready and the interior was not as flavorful as I'd hoped. Sorry, I see I am in the minority.
The Once A Month cookbook actually says 3 ounces of cream cheese. Everyone that I have served these for has loved them and requested the recipe. But the recipe alone is missing something. The first time I made these my husband and I thought they were good, but they were missing something. My husband suggested the white cheese dip from our local Mexican restaurant. Next time we tried it and THAT was it! You have to serve these with white cheese dip. They are yummy. Very much a comfort food!
I had used canned chicken, and half italian crumbs and the other half plain bread crumbs. The italian tasted much better. Next time i may put less cream cheese in it, as I never even got a piece of chicken in my pocket! I will also use fresh chicken this time.
added oct. 2.- i now use biscuits, flatten them. use one rolls to put stuffing on, then take the next roll and put it on top then squeeze the edge together. its much easier!
These were good but a little bland as others have stated. I will make them again but add a little seasoning and maybe some cheese.
I thought this was pretty good. My husband thought so, too. The best part was my husband, who never cooks, was able to make this on a night that I couldn't cook. :) Yippy!!!
Yum! I served these with soup for a quick after church meal. I made 16 small filled triangles instead of 8 large squares. This would be perfect thing to make to use up any leftover chicken or turkey after Thanksgiving or Christmas. the only problem with this recipe is that they taste too good!(I am really trying to WATCH how much I eat and I SAW myself eating way too many of these!!) Thanks for posting this great recipe!
My fussy 7 year old, who won't eat anything unless it's pizza or McDonalds, ate 3 of these! I am going to have a constant supply of these around. YUM!
Another winner in my house. I like the crutons Gives them good flavor.