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This Butternut Squash and Cranberry Galette isn’t quite sweet and isn’t quite savory. It’s perfect for a holiday part or appetizer!

This Butternut Squash and Cranberry Galette isn’t quite sweet and isn’t quite savory. It’s perfect for a holiday part or appetizer!

Crescent Chicken Squares

Yummy, gooey, flaky storage compartments of flavorful heaven. Actually, I swear. But the actual reason I really like them is they are super easy!

Blend in onion natural powder, milk, salt and pepper.

Stir chopped chicken into mixture.

Individual Crescent rolls into 4 rectangles. When unrolled and you will be able to find 4 rectangles quite easily. You can pinch together the perforated range that runs diagonally down the rectangle to ensure that none of the divine creamy combination tries to make a work for the border. Or not.

Then spoon a generous amount of chicken mixture into the center of every.

Close the pocket by tugging all 4 sides together at the very top and again pinch down each seam to ensure none of the divine creamy blend escapes.

Bake in 350 for 20-25 minutes.

I always double this recipe. They are great chilly and my kids will eat them for days. The end.

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I modified these quite a bit – no butter, less cream cheese, added cream of poultry soup, fresh chopped onion, garlic clove, and broccoli…but We loved the idea and ran with it! My children raved about it. Thanks! Thinking about posting my version.

I found this formula yesterday and made them for dinner last night. It was the perfect size formula for my house of one! I had leftovers among which I heated up for Lunch time today and it was just as good. This formula required me about 5 minutes to make because I utilized half of a rotisserie chicken from the store. I can hot cross bun dough be left overnight‘t wait around to create them again and tell friends. I believe they might also be great if you added vegetables.

Love this recipe.. It is today my standard Females Luncheon” speciality… And I always give credit to Tasty Kitchen.

Made these last night and they were so excellent. I had developed one for luch today right from the fridge and I think it was better still. Thanks for a great recipe.

Wow! So excellent for lunchtime for my starving number. I’ll make ‘em for supper next week. Thanks a lot!

We also made some modifications – I actually used neufchatel cheese – it tastes the same as cream cheese and has only 1/3 system.drawing.bitmap, some chives, fresh onion (instead of the natural powder) and a little diced tomato. I also seasoned the poultry effectively with Investor Joes every day seasoning and salt and pepper. It proved great! I believe adding the new ingredients and seasoning the poultry really well do the trick for me.

We made some modifications to the original recipe. It had been good, not my absolute favorite… my hubby really liked it, but my stepkids weren’t huge fans (and they are not really picky eaters at all).

I used reduced fat crescents, low fat cream cheese, parmesan (1/4 glass), 1 TBSP mayo, diced onion & garlic clove, and seasoned with parsley, garlic sodium, pepper, onion natural powder, and thyme. You need a large amount of seasoning to give the cream cheese any zip”. I brushed the tops with butter and sprinkled with an increase of grated parmesan and some paprika.

They sure looked pretty and were an easy task to make (although next time I would just use leftover chicken readily available rather than cooking it specially for this meal).

Worth a go and may become an intermittent” add to our supper rotation. We actually want to try other fillings in crescent move dough and find out what we are able to produce!

These were good, but richer then I thought they might be.

My children loves these. And I love that they are super easy to make with leftover poultry. Thanks so much for publishing this recipe as I had been searching for this one.

We modified these quite a bit – no butter, less cream mozzarella cheese, added cream of poultry soup, clean chopped onion, garlic, and broccoli…but We loved the theory and ran with it! My children raved about any of it. Thanks! Considering posting my version.

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