Tasty buffalo chicken wrapped in delicious pastry. Great for parties! Serve with ranch dressing, blue cheese dressing, and celery.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

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  • Mix cream cheese, hot sauce, ranch dressing, onion, garlic powder, and onion powder together in a bowl; fold in chicken.

  • Roll crescent roll dough onto a work surface, pressing dough into a thin layer without tearing. Cut 3-inch pieces out of dough using a biscuit cutter. Spoon about 1 tablespoon cream cheese mixture into the center of each dough piece. Pull dough over filling and press into other edge of dough; crimp edges together using a fork.

  • Arrange pockets on a baking sheet. Brush each pocket with butter and sprinkle with Cheddar cheese.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until golden brown, about 15 minutes.

Tip

Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.

Nutrition Facts

337.93 calories; 13.42 g protein; 16.03 g carbohydrates; 23.79 g fat; 55.02 mg cholesterol; 870.88 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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11/02/2014
I am giving this a five for taste - absolutely delicious filling. I put the cheese inside instead of outside just as a preference. I made this recipe as stated except I used fresh chicken breast because I had some on hand I needed to use. My husband loved this. It didnt come out as pretty I used pillsbury crescent dough sheets. I got tired of making the crescents so made balls instead. I have filling left over(only used one crescent) so I am making a calzone for dinner. Will make again!
(7)

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07/16/2016
I even put some shredded cheese inside. So easy and tasty.
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11/02/2014
I am giving this a five for taste - absolutely delicious filling. I put the cheese inside instead of outside just as a preference. I made this recipe as stated except I used fresh chicken breast because I had some on hand I needed to use. My husband loved this. It didnt come out as pretty I used pillsbury crescent dough sheets. I got tired of making the crescents so made balls instead. I have filling left over(only used one crescent) so I am making a calzone for dinner. Will make again!
(7)
01/01/2016
Delicious! I did make a few changes (below). Everyone was raving during the New Years party my husband commented at the end of the night AND next morning about how good they were and my mom called to tell me how much my dad liked them and that when he went back for more they were gone. My changes were: 1. pulled meat from leftover buffalo wings (meat only skin tossed). 2. Replaced chopped onion with chopped celery. 3. used half the cream cheese and added chunky blue cheese. 4. didn't stir in hot sauce...dribbled a little on crescent roll dough first then added mixture and rolled up. 5. omitted cheese on top. 6. didn't serve with dipping sauce. I forgot to but it certainly didn't need it. Will definitely make again....I think I'll be requested to.
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10/13/2015
a must make and try its a great appetizer
02/07/2016
Delicious!
02/05/2016
great recipe - went over real well at the pre-Superbowl party - I varied the spice mixture - the milder ones I used a Sweet chili sauce and for the hotter ones I used Siracha sauce (and lots of it).
02/07/2016
Really good I added a bunch of red onion and used chicken that I cooked in a slow cooker overnight and pulled apart the next day for this.... I just can't bring myself to ever use chicken from a can
07/14/2016
Excellent! The only change I made was using Mozzarella cheese instead of cheddar. I had extra filling so I baked it and dipped crackers in that. Very versatile
07/16/2016
I even put some shredded cheese inside. So easy and tasty.
02/22/2016
Yummy recipe but heads up that you actually need 3 packages of crescent rolls. Otherwise you get 24 appetizers with lots of filling left over.