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Garlic Chicken Puffs

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These have a rich, creamy garlic chicken mixture inside a croissant and then they are baked to form yummy puffs. A big crowd pleaser and great for gatherings!

Ingredients

  • 4 ounces, weight Cream Cheese
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • ½ cups Cooked, Shredded Chicken
  • 2 cans (8 Oz. Can) Refrigerator Crescent Rolls

Preparation

Preheat oven to 375 F. Mix cream cheese, garlic and chicken in a medium sized bowl until well blended.

Unroll crescent rolls and cut each triangle into 2 triangles. (When you unroll the crescent rolls, 2 triangles are attached, making a big square. You can just cut from there, following the perforation for one cut, and make another cut from the other corners, giving you 4 little triangles.)

Place 1 teaspoon of chicken mixture in the center of each triangle and fold the corners in over the creamy mixture.

Place on a cookie sheet and bake at 375 F for 12-14 minutes. Mine were actually ready in about 11 minutes, so watch how your oven cooks.

I used 2 cookie sheets at a time, and had to bake 3 batches to get all of mine baked (so allow for that time if you’re making a lot).

Notes:

For cooked chicken, I buy those big bags of frozen chicken tenderloins. I just threw 6 of them on a cookie sheet and baked them for about 25 minutes.

I doubled this recipe to take to a family party.

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Emily on 10.18.2012

I made this tonight and they were DELICIOUS! As a bonus they are extremely easy to make as well! I halved the garlic powder and added a tsp basil and a dash of oregano. I will definitely be adding these to my go-to recipes.

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redheadedfoodie on 3.1.2011

gonna have to make these for my next bbq! Thanks for the recipe

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dillydolly on 2.5.2010

These were a hit at a shower I threw last night! The only thing I would do differently next time is use about half the garlic powder. They got nicknamed Dracula puffs!!

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yummyum on 1.2.2010

WOW! Very very yummy. I am definately making them for the next get together or pot luck.

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cooks4fun on 6.1.2010

I made these this weekend for a gathering and my friends really liked them. I followed dillydolly’s comments and only put in about half the amount of garlic powder, which I think was plenty. I found that I didn’t have enough of the chicken mixture when I was putting 1t into each triangle. Seeing that this was going to happen, I went ahead and put more than that in them anyway b/c they looked kind of emty and I’m really glad I did. There was a definite difference between the puffs that had 1t and the ones that had more. The mixture was much less noticeable in the smaller ones, as there was a much larger croissant to mix ratio. Overall, I would make these again with those adjustments. Thank you for the recipe!

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dillydolly on 5.30.2010

These were so easy and went over so well! My only comment would be to watch the amount of garlic. Next time I will add half the amount and taste before adding any more.

Thanks for a great recipe!

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