Thursday, February 25, 2010

Gold Medal Fare!

She told me our meal that night was even better than Pancakes and Waffles.

Based on the dinner scale at our house, that placed Chicken Roll ups in gold medal positioning (yes I am experiencing Olympic overload!).

If you are looking for kid-friendly fare that is easy to make, I'd invite you to give this scale topping meal a try:

Chicken Roll ups
Ingredients:

2 large cans of canned chicken, or 2 cups of baked and shredded chicken breasts
2 tubes of refrigerated crescent rolls
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 cup milk
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese


Mix cream of chicken soup, milk and 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese in pan. Heat til just boiling.

Pour 1/2 of mixture into a 9x13 pan.

Unwrap crescent rolls. Tear apart at perforations. Take each triangle, fill with chicken and shredded cheddar, roll-up and place in pan. Once all 16 crescent rolls are filled, wrapped and placed in dish pour remaining soup mixture over top. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until crescent rolls are browned on top.

Enjoy! For more kid-friendly, quick and easy recipes, head on over to Genny's at http://www.mycup2yours.com/!

8 comments:

Marla @watermelonslices said...

Good to know for when the kids are over next.

Daish said...

this was what i chose for my birthday meal when i was little.

Genny said...

Better than pancakes and waffles... that's a top rating. :)

This recipe sounds really good! I think my kids would love it.

Thanks so much for joining in today,

Genny

SoCal Frugal said...

"Better than pancakes & waffles" WOW-that's a review if I ever saw one! (How cute is that?) sounds yummy. Leftover rotisserie chicken would be great in that,too, I bet.

megs @ whadusay said...

Daish - I'm pretty sure I chose Chicken Rollups for my birthday meal many times as a kid too!

SoCalFrugal - I think left over rotisserie chicken would make it extra yummy!

Adoption Mama said...

Sounds yummy. Those easy dishes are some of the best.

Blessings.

Lisa @ Stop and Smell the Chocolates said...

Sounds yummy and simple!

Taylor said...

Sounds good!! Thanks for sharing Megan! And congrats on that sweet little girl!!!