My boys aren't that picky, but some nights they barely eat. I tend to end up making something from the freezer. The nights I do cook, I end up with leftovers. I have been wanting to make a taco ring that I saw on Pinterest. I had all the ingredients in my kitchen and I was set to make it. I planned to use chicken instead of beef. Then I had a great idea! (Well, I hope it is. It is in the oven right now.) I had fully cooked bacon in the fridge and some leftover barbeque sauce from a fast food restaurant. (Don't you keep them? I have taco sauce, ketchup, BBQ, mustard and lots of napkins.)
|Everything was in my kitchen. Crescent Rolls, Cheese, Bacon, Chicken, BBQ Sauce|
|Unroll crescent rolls, top with cheese and BBQ sauce,|
|I used fully cooked chicken and bacon which saved extra time. You could cook this yourself or substitute with ground beef, turkey or even steak strips. I chose the quick and easy version.|
I love to be honest on my blog, so you can see that my oven desperately needs to be cleaned. (I didn't show the stove top because none of the pinterest tricks have worked to get that clean.) To be honest, I don't really like to cook anymore. It used to be fun to come up with new recipes from whatever was in my kitchen. Now, I tend to throw something together just to get the boys fed. This was super simple and required little thought!
Don't forget to preheat your oven, I seem to always skip that step.
Well it just came out of the oven, so here is the recipe. I hope it tastes as good as it looks! Try it and let me know what you think.
Barbeque Chicken & Bacon Cheesy Bites
You will need -
crescent rolls (8 count)
fully cooked bacon (4 strips)
fully cooked chicken strips
shredded cheese (colby jack or cheddar)
Preheat oven to 375 degrees
Step 1 - unroll crescent rolls into a starburst on a stone or baking sheet
Step 2 - sprinkle shredded cheese
Step 3 - add barbeque sauce
Step 4 - Add chicken and bacon
Step 5 - top with more cheese and barbeque sauce
Step 6 - roll up the crescent rolls
Bake at 375 degrees for 12 minutes or until golden brown
Let cool and then cut into bite size slices.
OK - so I had to try it before I could finish editing this post. It was so good.