Sunday, September 21, 2014

Pingrey Puffs

Need a new chicken recipe? Or maybe a good football tailgate recipe?

Well I have one that is delicious with a hint of spicy! They are called Pingrey Puffs. They started out as just chicken and my dad decided to add a little buffalo for a Buffalo Bills Tailgate contest. It won and he had the chance to share it with all the Bills fans and now I am sharing it with you.

2 lbs of boneless cooked chicken
1-2 cups of buffalo sauce - depending on how spicy you want (I used Frank's Red Hot this time but normally I use Texas Pete)
1/ 4 cup blue cheese dressing (I used Wishbone but any dressing works)
8 oz of cream cheese or 1 cup of plain greek yogurt (healthier option)
2 tubes of 8 crescent rolls (16 rolls total)

Cut chicken into little bite size pieces and mix all ingredients except the crescent rolls. Set aside.

Preheat over to 350 degrees and then spray pans with cooking spray. Roll out the crescent rolls keeping two together so they are long rectangles. 

Put a scoopful of chicken mixture on each roll, adding more until mixture is gone. 
Roll up rolls by grabbing each corner and twisting at the top. Pour some buffalo sauce on top of each roll, if wanted. Put rolls in over for 20 minutes or until golden brown. 
Take out of the oven and enjoy! (Be careful they may be hot and not just temperature hot!)