Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Mmm...Buffalo Chicken Crescents #Recipes with #Publix & #Sweepstakes US 07/06 #MyBlogSpark

I'm busy every day...I work, I deal with errands, I come home and blog and before I know it, it's 2-3 in the morning and I need to get up at 6AM. Talk about busy, right? Well, this week has been no different, just a minor modification because I'm visiting family and heading to BlogPaws! Meaning I need to have a week's worth of posts in advance. Huh? You mean you can do that? It's tough enough keeping on top of things but to be ahead? LOL, well, what gets cut out is my meals. Yes, I'm terrible at this. In the past, when I was working on something, I'd lose all sense of time and hunger and work until I finished. Then I'd binge... likely on crap food. Are you like this too? This is where Publix would like to step in and help you and me out.
Publix
Publix realizes that the best meals happen at home, so they want to help you eat healthy without the added stress or time of preparing in the kitchen. IN celebration of this, they are having a "Best Meals Happen at Home" event. Starting June 21st, there will be in-store for coupons that will be valid until July 11th, 2012.

Visit them during Jun 21-27 to find great savings on products. You can also check them out online to find 30 minutes or less recipes that also taste great! You can also sign up for their email list while online to receive weekly recipes and coupon offers that can help you save up to $200 this year.

One of the online featured online recipes utilizes Pillsbury ® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls to make Buffalo Chicken Crescents. This sounds amazing! I need to try it out next time and show you pictures!
Total time: 30 min (Prep time: 10 Min)
Makes: 4 sandwiches
-Ingredients:
2 cans (4 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent rolls
1 cup shredded cooked chicken
2 tablespoons chopped celery
1/4 cup Buffalo wing sauce
3 tablespoons crumbled blue cheese

-Directions:
1) Separate or cut dough into 4 long rectangles, press perforations to seal. Place rectangles on ungreased cookie sheet.
2) Mix chicken, celery and sauce in a bowl.
3) Spoon mixture on half of each rectangle; sprinkle with blue cheese. Fold dough over filling; press edges with fork to seal.
4) Bake at 375°F 13 to 16 minutes.

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22 comments:

JC said...[Reply]

I'd like to make Ginger Chicken Stir-Fry

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JC said...[Reply]

We don't have much time to cook during weekdays so we do freezer cooking on weekends.

Doreen said...[Reply]

Life is quite busy that's why I have my family help with the cooking.

Doreen said...[Reply]

Would love to try the Crusted Parmesan Chicken!

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Karin said...[Reply]

The beef taco skillet appeals to me--

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myfolly said...[Reply]

My life isn't busy at all, I have no children at home so I can make any recipe on any day. All my meal plans are usually kept on schedule.

Wanda McHenry
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myfolly said...[Reply]

I'd like to try the Halibut with Lemon-Herb Crust

Wanda McHenry
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Stella said...[Reply]

my life is super busy and it's gonna get even busier bc i'm gonna b a college student in the fall. i think i'd try to simplify my meals to accommodate my schedule

Stella said...[Reply]

I'd love to try the Halibut With Lemon-Herb Crust

Christie Robinson said...[Reply]

My life isn't THAT busy but, my fiance' works some crazy hours so, he's usually either not hungry , starving or just wants something quick & simple. He has "Foodie Moody Swings". So, I have to try to make something at the last minute & that will satisfy his mood swings.
I make a Roast Beef w/gravy slices & use a hamburger bun opened & laying side by side on a plate, put mashed potatoes (instant) on the buns, then roast beef slices & the gravy.
This meal fills you up...even the big men!!!

Christie Robinson said...[Reply]

@Christie Robinson

I would love to try the
Halibut With Lemon-Herb Crust.

Donna George said...[Reply]

I have such a hectic life during the school year, that I often find myself picking up somehting from the deli to heat and eat

Donna George said...[Reply]

I'd like to try the Tomato Asian Chicken Salad

BethElderton said...[Reply]

Now that it's just Hubz and me at home,my life is much less busy. My challenge at dinner time is accommodating Hubz schedule. Sometimes he is early or late and I am rushing around to get dinner. Now, when I have the grands it's a whole different story...
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

BethElderton said...[Reply]

The Mexican Casserole sounds yummy!
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Paul T / Pauline T said...[Reply]

I like the halibut w/lemon herb crust - Paul Tran ..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

Paul T / Pauline T said...[Reply]

I do most of prep work on sunday and start on dinners for monday and tuesday on sunday too - Paul Tran ..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

Bianca Roman said...[Reply]

I'm actively looking online and in the library for good/healthy toddler recipes that are quick and easy. My son would eat a variety of things at daycare, but now that I'm home, he doesn't want to all those other things, so it makes it difficult!

Bianca Roman said...[Reply]

I would love to try the spinach and chicken skillet! Sounds SO SO good!

lorialcorn2006 said...[Reply]

I am so busy the changes I make to keep up with dinner is go to publix where I can get in and out fast with everything I need for a awesome dinner I Love Publix !

lorialcorn2006 said...[Reply]

I would love to try the quick chicken and dumplings

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