Buffalo Chicken Roll-ups are just the recipe you need for game day or parties! An easy buffalo chicken and crescent roll appetizer that is made in minutes and always a hit. If you love buffalo chicken dip, these roll-ups will be your new favorite.
Buffalo sauce is the perfect ingredient for game day appetizers! It’s slightly spicy but not too spicy, especially when paired with ranch dressing like in this recipe.
This recipe is easy to make with ingredients that don’t need much prep work, so it’s perfect for whipping up before guests arrive.
How to make Buffalo Chicken Roll-ups
- Start by mixing up the filling. Drain a can of chicken and combine it with the cream cheese, buffalo sauce, ranch and cheddar cheese.
- Open the package of crescent rolls and gently separate each triangle and lay it on a clean surface, like a cutting board.
- Spoon a tablespoon of filling onto the large end of each triangle and then roll up. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or foil.
- Bake and serve warm!
Can I Use Homemade Shredded Chicken or Rotisserie Chicken in this Recipe?
Yes! Canned chicken is simple for when you are in a hurry, but this recipe can be made with homemade shredded chicken or rotisserie chicken instead. One 12.5 oz can of chicken measures out to about 1 cup of chicken, so just use 1 cup of whatever chicken you would like.
Can I Prep This Recipe In Advance?
If you want to get some of the prep work done earlier in the day to make things easier, you have a couple options for prepping this recipe. You can make the recipe and bake before letting the roll-ups cool and storing in the refrigerator. One you are ready to heat them up, preheat the oven to 375 F. and bake for about 10 minutes or until warm and crispy.
Or, you can prepare the filling and roll up but then refrigerate them until you are ready to bake. Bake as directed in the recipe.
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This post originally appeared on A Savory Feast on September 19, 2014. The photos and post has been updated but the recipe is the same.