Chicken ‘n a Biscuit

by | Jan 12, 2015 | 0 comments

Chicken n a Biscuit

2 cups of shredded mild cheddar

2 (8oz) cans of all natural canned chicken

1 (26oz) can of cream of chicken soup

1% milk

3 cans of crescent rolls

In large mixing bowl combine cream of chicken soup with milk, until it is gravy consistency (probably 1-2 cups milk). Set aside. 

In a different bowl combine cheese and shredded chicken. (Break up chicken with fork or fingers until finely shredded)

Lightly spray pan with nonstick spray

Pour small amount of gravy in bottom of 9X13 baking dish. (Just enough gravy for biscuits not to stick to bottom)

Spray counter-top with no-stick spray and thoroughly wash hands

Now one by one separate crescent rolls and flatten with fingers until thin but with no holes

Fill crescent with chicken and cheese mixture (palm full of mix) and wrap tightly in crescent roll

Continue until pan is full or you are out of chicken and cheese mixture

Finally pour remained gravy over top and bake for 40-45 mins at 350 degrees

Crescent rolls will bubble and some will brown on top if not thoroughly covered with gravy

Let cool and enjoy!

This recipe yields about 24ish biscuits depending on how big you make them, but for my family it feeds 8-10 people if served with veggies. Enjoy!

-Ashton

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