These easy chicken croissants with pesto and sun dried tomato are made with a few simple ingredients for a flavorful savory appetizer.
I got a chance to share my love of easy recipes with some of the women from my church. The theme for the night was appetizers and I was racking my brain for what I could share. Then it finally came to me! I’ve been on my croissant kick with the spinach and feta breakfast croissants and peanut butter chocolate croissants so why not share an easy chicken croissant recipe that uses rotisserie chicken! I really want everyone to see that it doesn’t take a lot of special skills or tools to make something delicious like these chicken croissants.
I used some canned croissants and topped them with store bought pesto, although you could always make your own, shredded parmesan cheese, rotisserie chicken, and jarred sun dried tomatoes. Just generously pile everything on and roll it up quick. If any of the ingredients fall out just tuck them back in.
The oil in the pesto does get all over the baking sheet while baking. I just placed all of the cooked chicken croissants on a paper towel to dry. The oil actually gave them a nice bit of crispiness on the bottom which was a nice surprise the first time I made them.
I was super happy when one of my friends who doesn’t really like to cook told me that all of the ingredients to make the chicken croissants were on her shopping list for this week! They are so quick and easy so anyone can make them. She said they were having them for dinner so you can totally do that too!
They would even be fun to make with the kids and might help to get the kiddos to try some new flavors. Both of my kids decided to try them out and my son ate half of my first batch. My kids still ask for the sweet potato gnocchi because they love rolling out the snakes! So don’t be afraid to get your kids in the kitchen!
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