Artichoke & Spinach Chicken Roll-Ups

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  • TSLisaTOT

    Simple and Yummy

    I've made these a couple of times... So easy and a perfect example of everyday cooking with dip mixes.

  • Love to tastefully eat


    Instead of crescent rolls I used hawiiann sweet rolls and toasted them with mixture and OMG AMAZING!!! One of my favorite recipes!!!!

  • Janicep

    Hit at a party

    I was asked to bring an appetizer to a summer party and I know those people go all out on food a drinks so I wanted to bring something more than chips and dip. Well it went over great! I used a crescent sheet instead of just crescent rolls

  • artichoke lover

    Should be labeled disapperaing artichoke chicken

    These are awesome easy to make and first plate to empty on the buffet table.

  • Chicken Roll Ups

    Big Hit Appetizer

    These chicken rollups used with the artichoke & spinach warm dip mix are so easy & delicious!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE them!!!

  • simplybecky

    perfect appetizer!

    Made these for a holiday open house and the crowd went wild. I was making them while guests were here, so instead of rolling them up, I simply filled a mini muffin pan with squares of cresent roll dough then added a small dollop of filling. So easy and tasty. A great use for leftover roast chicken.

  • Supper star

    Dinner in a flash

    This is our favorite quick meal...I take two cresents and make a bundle! It is a bundle of delicious!

  • Jennifer W

    Awesome roll ups!

    Very yummy and easy to make. Great for picnics! The family loved these.

  • Mshea

    definitely making again

    I made these for a picnic and received numerous compliments on how delicious they were. I used a small can of chicken and cut the dough in half before stuffing them. Highly recommend! !

  • KBitt66

    These were so easy and turned out excellent!

    I followed the directions with chilling the mixture for two hours and I am so glad I did because I realized it would have turned the mixture to soup if not set and chilled prior. Once chilled, I added the mixture to Pillsbury grands crescent rolls. I actually forgot to add in shredded swiss cheese, so instead I put little slices on top of my crescents before baking. I don't think you can go wrong with how you vary it :)