Tiffany at Simply Modern Mom is having a party today. She's trying to come up with 365 favorite recipes from bloggers all over the world and I'm joining in.
I unfortunately do not have a photo of this dish, but it's super easy and delicious. I got this from my friend Amy many moons ago in grad school at UGA. It's Thomas's favorite dish now. I don't make it often enough!
Chicken Crescent Rolls
2 packages crescent rolls (I use reduced fat)
2 chicken breasts, roasted, broiled, or boiled
1 can cream of chicken soup (reduced fat works fine)
1 cup shredded cheddar
3/4 cup milk
Cook and shred chicken. Unroll the chicken crescent rolls. Place a little bit of chicken onto the wide end of the crescent roll triangle and then roll them up like a normal crescent roll. 2 packages of crescent rolls rolled up with chicken fit nicely in one layer in a 9x13 Pyrex dish.
Mix up the soup, cheddar and milk in a bowl. If you have leftover shredded chicken, you can mix that in as well. Spoon over the crescent rolls, covering them all completely.
Bake at 325 for 50 minutes. The tops of the crescent rolls will be browned.
Dish up and enjoy!
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