Chicken Roll Ups

Chicken Roll Ups – chicken, cheese, milk, chicken soup and crescent rolls – Only 5 ingredients for a delicious weeknight meal that is ready in 30 minutes! I could eat the whole pan myself!!

Chicken Roll Ups - chicken, cheese, milk, chicken soup and crescent rolls - Only 5 ingredients for a delicious weeknight meal that is ready in 30 minutes! I could eat the whole pan myself!!

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This is one of my all-time favorite dishes.  My mom made these YEARS ago when I was in high school and I LOVED them! I have been making this dish for myself since I was in college. It is simple to make and really good!  I could eat the whole pan myself!

Chicken Roll Ups - chicken, cheese, milk, chicken soup and crescent rolls - Only 5 ingredients for a delicious weeknight meal that is ready in 30 minutes! I could eat the whole pan myself!!

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Chicken Roll Ups

Yield: 4 people
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 35 mins
Chicken Roll Ups – chicken, cheese, milk, chicken soup and crescent rolls – Only 5 ingredients for a delicious weeknight meal that is ready in 30 minutes! I could eat the whole pan myself!!

Ingredients:

  • 6- oz cooked chopped chicken breast (approximately 1 to 1-1/2 cups)
  • 1 (8-oz) can refrigerated crescent rolls
  • 1 (10.75-oz) can cream of chicken soup
  • ½ cup milk
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese

Instructions:

  • Preheat oven to 350°F. Lightly spray a 9×13-inch pan with cooking spray.
  • Mix together milk, soup and cheese – set aside.
  • Separate crescent rolls into 8 triangles. Top the large part of the crescent triangle with the chopped chicken. Top each crescent roll with 1 tsp of soup mixture. Roll crescent rolls up.
  • Spread approximately 1/3 cup of soup mixture in bottom of 9×13 dish. Place crescent rolls in dish. Pour remaining soup mixture over crescent rolls.
  • Bake for 30 minutes or until bubbly.

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Notes:

Can freeze leftovers for a quick meal later.

Steph

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  1. I can't believe how much I love these because they are so simple. I do them a bit different. I mix 1/2 the cheese with the chicken a long with about 1/3 cup of diced onions. I also add a bit of dry mustard, garlic powder and thyme to the soup mixture. I don't put any of the soup mixture in the crescent rolls.

  2. I can't believe how much I love these because they are so simple. I do them a bit different. I mix 1/2 the cheese with the chicken a long with about 1/3 cup of diced onions. I also add a bit of dry mustard, garlic powder and thyme to the soup mixture. I don't put any of the soup mixture in the crescent rolls.

  3. We made this recipe tonight and give it two thumbs up! Easy to put together which is a major plus after working all day! I sprinkled a little of The Melting Pot's Garlic and Wine Seasoning over the top before before putting it in the oven and it was delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Our Oscar Kitty even approved since he got a couple of bites of the rotisserie chicken while I was prepping dinner!��

  4. Made this tonight and we give it two thumbs up! Easy dinner to put together which is a plus after working all day! Added a little sprinkle of The Melting Pot's Garlic and Wine Seasoning before putting it in the oven and it was so good!

  5. I grilled my chicken with chopped onion and chives in a little dab of butter and mixed in a Tbsp of mayo and cheese in chicken ( from previous comments ) before adding to crescents. . My whole family loved this recipe!

  6. I also have made this for years! It is my grown son's favorite. I add a cup of sour cream and 2-3 t. Chili powder to the cream of chicken

  7. I've made this twice now, hoping the second time would turn out better. The flavor was good & the top portion was excellent. I found, however, that on both occasions, the dough on the undersides of the crescent rolls tasted raw & doughy. The tops were nice & crispy & the gravy nice & thick. But the crescent rolls were doughy. I made sure the oven temperature was correct & I deliberately baked it longer the second time to get past the raw rolls…still no luck.

  8. Made it tonight. But for some reason. Was really salty. Does anyone know what may be causing it? It's really good though.

  9. My mom used to make these as well and I love them! The only difference I saw was hers called for 1 tbsp mayo and shredded cheese to be mixed with the chicken before putting it in the crescent roll.

  10. I made these last night and they were delicious! I have a family of 6, so I doubled the recipe. I only made 3 minor additions: I seasoned my chicken while cooking it, added in the green chilis (suggested above) to the chicken as it was cooking, and then topped the final product with a thin layer of shredded cheese (in addition to what was in the mixture) before it went in the oven. I also used the large crescent rolls since it didn't say. They looked small after they were rolled up, but they of course expand. There was plenty for everyone, with leftovers, and even my pickiest child said they were "heaven". They are all asking me to make this again. Thank you for a great recipe!

    1. You need to pre-cook the chicken. The only thing the 30 minutes should be doing is cooking the rolls and melting the cheese.

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