Today’s recipe is all about comfort… Crescent rolls and chicken stuffed with bacon, spinach, and cheddar cheese, then baked golden brown.  Absolutely delicious. This recipe was a huge hit and one that will be made again, the whole family loved it.

Stuffed Chicken Crescent Bake
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Servings Prep Time
8 20 min
Cook Time
25 min
Servings Prep Time
8 20 min
Cook Time
25 min
Stuffed Chicken Crescent Bake
Votes: 2
Rating: 2
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Servings Prep Time
8 20 min
Cook Time
25 min
Servings Prep Time
8 20 min
Cook Time
25 min
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Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 F and ready a baking sheet with foil lightly sprayed with cooking oil.
  2. Lightly spray a non stick cooking skillet and saute your onions for about 3 minutes then add i your spinach and bacon bits season with salt and pepper and some garlic powder, then set aside to cool. We just want the spinach to wilt down a little.
  3. With your shredded cheese just chop your knife through it roughly to make it a finer cut and place into a bowl once the spinach mixture has cooled enough add it to the cheese and give it a good mix.
  4. Now before i open my chicken fillet packets up i like to give them a small pounding with my rolling pin so they are nice and even surface and slightly thinner, doing it in the sealed plastic helps keep the mess in control =)
  5. Unroll your tube of crescent rolls and after separating them give each one a slight roll out with your rolling pin giving it a slight stretch to help wrap around the chicken.
  6. This is going to be a messy job so have a towel near by lol. Lay a piece of chicken on top of the crescent roll then add your filling then very gently but firmly begin to roll up sealing as much as you can as you go. Its okay if not all gets sealed up. These aren't meant to look perfect but they will taste awesome. Lay them on the pre sprayed cooking sheet. Continue with the rest wiping your hands and work space as you go along will help.
  7. Give them a quick spray and with any left over marinade from the chicken just dab a little onto the chicken with a basting brush adding flavor to the crescent. I set them back into the freezer for 10 minutes before i bake them, that's optional.
  8. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes turn them around for even cooking and continue for a further 8 - 10 minutes till cooked.
Recipe Notes

WW Smart Points -          6 Smart Points a serve - serving size is one.

WW Points Plus -   6 Points Plus a serve - serving size is one.

Calculating WW Smart Points for your recipes can be complicated with fruits and vegetables being a "No Cost Food", unless you blend them of course. This recipe has been put through the official WW Recipe builder to get the Smart Point values it has also been put through a nutritional recipe builder to calculate all the nutritional values for other users as well. The nutritional facts chart may differ to WW smart points as all of the ingredients (fruit, veggies & herbs) are included in the nutritional facts data sheet.

 

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Stuffed Chicken Crescent Bake

Mina


Hi my name is Marina but most people these days call me Mina. I am starting this Blog for many reason and I am not all that sure if i want to be here yet lol if that make any sense. Anyways Mina's journey is about me eating my way back to a healthy weight. I made a decision this year to begin and reach a goal of a weight loss of 200 lb. My starting weight was 365 lb and now I am at 327.8 lb. I am doing this with the help of Weight Watchers, family, friends and a awesome group i belong to. So thank you for stopping in and meeting me along my paths journey. Here you will find me cooking my way to freedom with recipes i find along the way and adjusting them to fit into my new life style. They will all be put on display to share to help others along with WW points.


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6 thoughts on “Stuffed Chicken Crescent Bake

  1. Thank you Mina, this cresent chicen sounds delicious. I look forward to following your blog and send you best wishes on you journey.bj

  2. Thank you for this recipe, and congratulations on your weight loss, this is a lifestyle not a diet. I started WW online Jan 3 at 223, today I am at 209, slow and steady, I am doing tyis to be a healthy me,period. I am going to make these, they really look yumalicious!

  3. This is a winner in my house. My family absolutely loved it.
    I sprinkled a little extra cheese on top after I rotated the chicken….extra yummy

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