Maw-Maw’s Chicken Biscuits

So it’s dinner time and you want something easy to throw together before your husband gets home. This is my go to recipe! I grew up making it with my mom. To be sweet, I like to invite my son to help me in the kitchen when I make them. There are a lot of kid friendly steps; plus, it helps me kill two birds with one stone. I can cook dinner and keep him out of trouble πŸ˜‰. (Side note: I made these for a cook-off at church the other night and WON! So, you can even call this an award winning recipe)

Ingredients:

1 rotisserie chicken

2 crescent dinner rolls

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 (8oz) cream cheese

If cooking with kids, I recommend making sure everyone washes their hands first πŸ˜‰. You should do that first every time but it’s extra crucial with kids lol.

First: You’ll want to pull all the meat off the chicken. I’m sure you could probably cook your own chicken, but I said this was an easy recipe, and who wants that extra step!

Second: You’ll want to add the cream of chicken soup into a mixing bowl with your shredded chicken and cream cheese

Third: Roll out your dinner rolls. I recommend using wax paper if you have some. I didn’t have any this time so I just cleaned really good first. Once you’ve got them all rolled out, spread the dough out as much as you can without it ripping. (*this is a great step for the little ones to help out with*)

Fourth: Cut it it into equal parts, and fill it with about a spoon and a half full of your chicken mixture. Then, fold all the corners to the middle to make little biscuits.

Last: Place biscuits on a cooking sheet, and cook at 350 until the biscuits are golden brown. They are now ready to serve! (The biscuits are the only thing that really need to cook.) Growing up my mom always served them with mashed potatoes and English peas. But tonight, I’ve made them with bacon and Parmesan zucchini and a side salad. πŸ‘ super tasty and very easy!

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