February 3, 2014

Cheesy Chicken Bacon Wraps For the Win

Sadly the Super Bowl was a big loss for the Broncos. And we ended up turning it off after the half time show, which was amazing. Bruno Mars really delivered a great performance and impressed me. The Jackson 5 and James Brown like dance moves from him and his band were my favorite part.

Despite the disappointing game, we still had some great food! Cause I'm awesome like that. Luckily the Crazy Cat Crew were too distracted to "help" me cook, so I was able to take my time and not worry that my chicken was being stolen.

The Cheesy Chicken Bacon Wrap was the star of the night. I mean, who doesn't like cheese and bacon?


4 Chicken Tenders (or 2 Chicken Breasts cut in half long ways)
Spices to taste
1 cup Shredded Cheese
4 slices of bacon (or 8 slices if you'd rather fold them in half)
1 can of crescent rolls (8 count)


Skillet or Forman Grill
Cookie sheet
Aluminum Foil

Step 1: Preheat the oven to 350

Step 2: Cook your chicken.
I used chicken tenders because they are smaller and easier to work with, and I cooked them on the Foreman grill on medium to high heat with some basic spices.

Step 3: Cut each tender in half.
If you used breasts I would suggest cutting your chicken in quarters or in small enough pieces to fit in the crescent roll.

Step 3: Roll out your crescent roll dough and put shredded cheese on them.
I used Colby Monterrey Jack cheese because it's our favorite, but a cheddar would be good as well.

Step 4: Place a piece of bacon on top of the cheese.
I folded a whole piece in half to fit, or you could cut the bacon pieces in half if you want to make it go farther.

Step 5: Fold the crescent roll around the chicken and place on a pan.
I use aluminum foil instead of greasing a pan, easier clean up that way.
*Optional: Sprinkle more shredded cheese on top of each wrap.

Step 6: Bake for about 12-15 mins or until golden brown and Voila! a tasty, manly, treat! Philip loves these.

What's your favorite game-day recipe?

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