Chicken Bundles

It’s hump day! Woooo. Which is ultimately my favorite day to spread a little food love. Correction: a lot of food love. Working downtown allows me to eat a good chunk of things like these and sweat some of it off during my lunch break. Fall is such a beautiful time of year on the waterfront. I almost enjoy it more in the fall than the summer. There are less people on the boardwalk and the sun keeps your outsides toastsy while TIBS keeps your insides warm.

As I’ve mentioned before, anything stuffed and secretive, makes you instantly a favourite in Jud’s books. So I’ve kind of developed a twitch when I find a decent recipe. I’m like one of those chronic recipe-ripping-sob’s you find in the doctor’s office. I admit that these little bundles were a pinterest inspiration, no ripping needed. Spending time on pinterest is a given in the run of a day. I have a hard time not making something that I find on pinterest. Refinished lamp? Picture frames? Come on over and see how pinterest threw up in my living room. Then make these delicious little chicken bundles.

It’s a relatively easy recipe which looks like you spent all night making.

Inspired by Quick and Easy Dinner


4 oz cream cheese

1/2 c feta, crumbled

2 chicken breasts, cooked and diced

1/4 c green pepper, chopped

1/2 package mushrooms, diced

1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

1 T finely chopped onion

1 tsp ground thyme

chives, diced

Combine the above ingredients aside from the crescent rolls and chives. Mix well. Unroll the crescent rolls and keep two of the triangles together. Push the seems together so they don’t fall apart. 1 can will create 4 squares. Place roughly 3/4 c of filling on the square and begin folding up the corners. I found it best to start in one corner and go to the next, pulling up all the corners to create the look of a flower. You’ll have to bring up the dough in between the corners as well. Place on a baking sheet and bake in a 350 oven for 18-20 minutes  or until golden brown. Make sure they aren’t still gooey in the middle! Brush with olive oil and garnish with diced chives when done.



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