Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs

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Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs made with a quick and easy skillet meal and frozen bread dough or pizza dough makes a perfect after-school snack or portable dinner bites.

Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs made with a quick and easy skillet meal and frozen bread dough or pizza dough makes a perfect after-school snack or portable dinner bites. Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs are a quick and easy portable meal option your friends and family will love using a delicious skillet meal with no artificial flavors and your favorite bread dough.

We’re a big fan of portable snack options, especially cheesy ones or ranch flavored ones. The best part about this recipe is you can fill these little bread cups with the filling of your choice. We love the Cheesy Ranch Chicken from Bird’s Eye Voila and made 48 bites.  Bird’s Eye Voila and other quick and adaptable frozen product can be found at Kroger stores, who generously sponsored this post.Easy Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs were a huge hit with kids and adults and took just a few minutes!If you freeze these Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs you’ll want to defrost them by putting them on a plate and covering it with a wet paper towel. Microwave on half-power for 1:00-1:30 minutes.

You’ll love these Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs so much you won’t want to share! They’re a mix between a delicious cheesy pasta and a chicken pot pie filled with carrots, corn and broccoli you’re getting chicken breast meat and vegetables in a light and creamy sauce. The best bite of creamy ranch chicken ever!

Bird’s Eye Voila gives you a number of great options you can use in a puff like these, and you can get creative with the type of cuisines you use because the pizza dough is so adaptable. We also have made this delicious snack/meal with the Sausage and Peppers variety as well as the Chicken Alfredo variety with delicious results. Our favorite is hands down still the Cheesy Ranch Chicken Skillet Meal.

Kroger has a great variety in their frozen section that allows you to make quick, easy meals that save you time and money. Kroger’s Fresh Ideas from the Freezer site has some great ideas, tips, and recipes you can use to help you in your meal planning.  Using a Tasty Time Saver frozen option in a recipe can be a great way to add some easy, inexpensive variety to a weeknight meal if you’re low on time.Bird's Eye Voila Easy Cheesy Ranch Chicken is a delicious option for a quick weeknight meal.

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Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs

  • Yield: 24 servings
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 12 minutes
  • Total Time: 27 minutes
  • Course: Appetizer, Main Course
  • Cuisine: American
Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs made with a quick and easy skillet meal and frozen bread dough or pizza dough makes a perfect after-school snack or portable dinner bites.

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons butter , melted
  • 1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 ball pizza dough , cut into 24 pieces
  • 1 bag Cheesy Ranch Chicken by Bird's Eye Voila
  • parsley for garnish

Instructions

Note: click on times in the instructions to start a kitchen timer while cooking.

  1. Add the butter, salt and pepper into a bowl together.
  2. Flatten each piece of bread dough and rest inside each well of the muffin tin.
  3. Scoop 1 tablespoon of filling into each well.
  4. Brush with the butter mixture and put into the oven at 375 degrees for 12-15 minutes or until the bread is browned.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 24 servings, Amount per serving: 145 calories, Calories: 145g

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Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs made with a quick and easy skillet meal and frozen bread dough or pizza dough makes a perfect after-school snack or portable dinner bites.

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We loved these Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs, they were so easy!
Cheesy Ranch Chicken Puffs made with a quick and easy skillet meal and frozen bread dough or pizza dough makes a perfect after-school snack or portable dinner bites.

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  1. Sounds like a winner . Will be trying this out ! One question: do I fully defrost the birds eye first or we can put the ingredients frozen into the dough cups?

    1. Thank you so much! You’ll want to defrost first before putting it into the dough cups. It doesn’t need to be fully defrosted but you just don’t want to have a huge frozen chunk, if that makes sense. I hope you enjoy them!

    1. It should still work but make sure that the crescent dough is spread out enough to cover the well of the muffin tin. You wouldn’t want all the filling goodness to fall out. Enjoy!