160 Reviews

Family loved it! Easy and tasty!

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Rhonda NP October 08, 2009

I actually was given this recipe/idea from a young couple I went to church with years ago...her mother had made these. It's great to do w/ any leftover poultry. One time saver I have started doing is just using the soft cream cheese w/ chives already in in (when it's on sale I grab them). I like to use thigh meat for these, it makes them so flavorful! I usually skip the croutons and just sprinkle italian bread crumbs on the top once I brush them w/ butter. You really do need to mix these by hand in order to break up the chicken and get it all mixed evenly. It helps if your chicken is a *little* bit warm when you mix it, as well.

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NoDramaMama October 06, 2009

These were amazing!! Even with some of my changes...I used 1 8 oz. pack of diced ham, 1 can crescent rolls, 4 oz. cream cheese, a few sprinkles of TS onion onion, garlic garlic, and some spinach and herb seasoning (TS too). I also threw in some cheddar cheese...it was DELISH! I wanted to make it with chicken and do it that way, but well it was frozen and ham was my easier alternate! This recipe is great to use and make up whatever combo of flavors suit you and your family! I'm so happy I came across it. Thanks so much! Oh, I also just sprayed the tops with Pam and sprinkled on some whole wheat bread crumbs...amazing...so happy :)

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Ashley S. October 04, 2009

These were very good, I loved them! I would absolutely suggest using the crescent rolls that are in one solid sheet instead of being perforated, then just cut the sheets into quarters. This way you don't have to deal with sealing the edges that tended to come apart for me. I also used 2 Tbsp. 'chive and onion' cream cheese in place of 2 of the regular and that worked really well. Thanks for posting Tish!

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PickleLover September 26, 2009

This is always a part of every OAMC day for me--my kids love these in their lunchbags--they actually prefer them cold. I leave off the rolling in butter and croutons to save on a few calories and they are still yummy yummy.

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CALaura September 23, 2009

Made as directed and they were pretty good but a little bland for my taste. Next time I'll add some salt, pepper, and garlic powder to the mixture. Maybe some Parmesan Cheese? Also, I was unsure if the croutons were measured before or after they were crushed. I crushed 1/2 cup and only had enough to cover 4 packets so next time I'll crush a whole cup. Note that doesnt' effect my review; I made a mistake a grabbed one Pillsbury can and one "generic". Do not skimp on cost and purchase the generic. Pillsbury was much better in taste, look, and was much easier to work with and held together better.

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truckerboo September 16, 2009

WOW is the best way to say it. My family loved these. I purchased the new large size crescent rolls and stuff them really full and they turned out great. My niece asked me to make them again the next day. Thanks!

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Chef_Beauchamp September 16, 2009

Very good! My husband and I enjoyed this very much. We will definitely try to spice up the cream cheese mixture next time. Delicious, though!

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Jenn_Chelle September 09, 2009

Very good! I didn't have chives but mixed in onion and garlic powder to taste and we loved it! Next time I want to try making it with the chive and onion flavored cream cheese.

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muncheechee August 29, 2009
Chicken Packets (Oamc)